During a camper walkthrough, it’s important to meticulously inspect both the exterior and interior of the camper. On the exterior, look for signs of damage or wear, check the condition of tires, examine the roof for potential leaks, and ensure all external components operate smoothly. Inside, test the functionality of appliances, heating, and cooling systems, plumbing and electrical systems, and inspect the furniture and fixtures for comfort and condition. Ensure that safety and security features are in place, and examine the water and waste systems for leaks. Don’t forget to review documentation and manuals, inquire about any included extras or accessories, and ask questions to gain a comprehensive understanding of the camper’s condition and features.
RV hookups at campsites typically consist of three main connections: electrical, water, and sewer. Electrical hookups provide power to your RV and come in various amperage levels; ensure your RV’s electrical system matches the campsite’s outlet, use a surge protector for safety, and consider an extension cord. Water hookups provide a fresh water source for your RV, usually requiring a potable water hose, water pressure regulator, and possibly a water filter. Sewer hookups allow you to drain waste tanks, using a sewer hose with proper connections; ensure a secure and airtight connection, and consider using sewer hose supports to maintain a consistent slope for effective drainage. Always follow campsite regulations, conserve resources, and be considerate of fellow campers when using these hookups.
Our RV storage site is 8 minutes west from St. Albert just off Villeneuve Rd and Range Rd 264. Easy access to the Anthony Henday Freeway, Highway 44 and Highway #2/St. Albert Trail, St. Albert.