electrical service present at each pedestal at this campground consists of:
Service in Camp Areas- Important Notice
One 30 amp, 125 volt receptacle (Round RV)
2. One duplex 20 amp, 125 volt
3. One 1 pole, 30 amp circuit breaker
4. One, 1 pole 20 amp
Report any electrical service outlet that is not working properly to the on-duty
2. DO NOT remove any covers NOR try to
repair electrical panels.
3. LINE VOLTAGE As each RV arrives
and plugs in, the line voltage of the park electrical system may begin to drop,
especially in hot weather, when air conditioners are running. If the voltage drops
below about 105 VAC, your AC appliances could be damaged. It is the campers
responsibility to monitor changes in electrical voltage and take precautions to
protect your RVs components.
4. It is the campers responsibility
to check any of the campgrounds outlets for proper polarity BEFORE
plugging in their camping unit.
5. Circuit Breakers When
the circuit breaker trips flip the breaker to off and then back to
on to reset. It may also be a good idea to turn off items that may have been running
at time the breaker tripped before re-setting the breaker.
GFCI outlets or breakers. Some of the 20 amp outlets and 30 amp breakers
have GFCI (Ground fault Circuit Interrupters). If these trip you will need to
push a re-set button before it can be utilized.
7. Please park
your camping unit so that two camping units can access the pedestal.
Park Properly In the electric camp section all approved electric camping units
must be parked with the outlet side of the electric pedestal facing the camping
unit. (IMPORTANT: If any part of your camping unit or motor vehicle extends behind
the electric pedestal you are parked incorrectly.)