We are excited to see so many recreational vehicles out on the road this year, and are pleasantly surprised at the increasing number of really large units. As a new RV park, we have done our best to accommodate the wide variety of vehicles out there, while preserving the natural environment that our guests love so much.
Some handy tips
If you have a "big rig," that is, a class A motor home, 5th wheel, or bumper-pull trailer that is over 40 ft long, these guidelines should make your stay at Cedar Canyon Retreat more pleasant:
All of our sites have 50amp electricity, along with water and sewer.
As you reserve your site, review the site information and our site map to see the maximum length of each site. The total length of your vehicles and trailers must fit in this length--there is no extra parking next to your site or along the camp road. If you do need extra parking space, we have an overflow lot where you can park extra vehicles for an extra fee.
Site 6 is the best for really large vehicles; it is the longest, the easiest to get in and out, and has the fewest trees to contend with. Both of these photos are of that site. Sites 15 and 16 are very good sites for large Class A motor homes, with plenty of width, but are not long enough for long trailers.
Sites 1, 2, 7, 8, and 10 are also frequently used by larger vehicles, and work well for experienced drivers who are comfortable with their vehicles. Some of these sites have more trees which could be in the way if you have several slide-outs and awnings on both sides, especially 7 and 8.
When you reserve your site, we ask for your vehicle length and type. Completing this is especially important for longer units. Please also include additional vehicles or trailers. This will help us prepare for you.
Our camp has a couple tight turns. Big units have navigated these before, but if you are concerned, you are welcome to park at the office and walk to your site first to make sure you know what is ahead.
Please do your best to arrive before 8:00pm. 95% of the issues we have had with big rigs have been in the dark.