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|Couple of questions from newbie wannabe's||newbie wannabe's||9-24-02|
|Is anybody still making those tow vehicles based on a chopped-off econoline + short pickup bed for pulling a fifth wheel?|
What seems to be the average high and low for parks with full hook-ups? Question is for every part of the country please.
|Re: Couple of questions from newbie wannabe's||Les Adams||10-1-02|
|I believe to get what your looking for in that type of tow vehicle you would have to purchase a Ford F-450, 550, 650, or the like which is supplied with the cab only and rail frame in the rear... You could then have a truck builder fabricate a custom frame and/or install the hitch...|
Regarding "average" prices for campgrounds they are pretty much "all over the map" depending on the amenities you want and the type of park... For a State Park such as we have in Illinois, the price for a Class A site (electric only) is $11 per night... Up in the Wisconsin Dells, the Yogi Bear Jellystone can be as much as $50 per night for a full hookup site on a Holiday weekend... For the very fancy camping resorts with golf courses, etc, it could be even more...
I consider "average" to be about $30-$35 for a full hookup site in a commercial campground but you can pay more or less than that depending on location, season, and amenities...
Your best bet is to buy a campground directory (Trailer Life, Woodalls, etc) and look at the various campgrounds and their amenities and compare prices...