WHAT ARE RV HOOKUPS

WHAT ARE RV HOOKUPSIn this video, I’m explaining what are full rv hookups and what hookups are needed for an rv. Learn what side are rv hookups on. If you’ve ever thought about RV living (travel trailer or motorhome) then you’ll need to learn the difference between boondocking and full hookup. Living in an rv without hook ups feels more like camping!

What does it mean to  “hook up” your RV?

 

In order to use an RV you will need to have the basic utilities (water, electricity, sewer) to be able to cook, take a shower, wash your hands, or use the bathroom.

If you go to an RV park or campground, they have these utilities providedYou pay to park and “hook up” as the call it.

 


 

What are full hookups?

 

Before you plan a trip to any RV campground you will want to know what type of “hook ups” they provide. FULL HOOKUPSmeans you will get “basic utilities” water, sewer, electric usually. If you’re lucky, they will have cable and wifi connections included.

In some cases, you may only have water and electric. If this is the case, you will need to move your RV to dump your tanks or use a sewage wagon. (P.S. >> I only stay at FULL HOOKUPS with sewer at my site.)

Moral of the story, DO YOUR RESEARCH. Look online, call ahead and read reviews to find out the nitty gritty before you book your stay!

 


 

Where do you find these RV “hook ups” ???

  • Campgrounds and RV parks
  • Travel Centers   
  • Truck Stops
  • Some Rest areas
  • RV dealerships & Service Centers

 

You can plug your RV into a house. But, there are some limitations. If you want to learn more about how to hookup your RV either to a house or campground, I made a whole series of tutorials showing you

 

HOW TO PLUG IN AN RV AT HOME  🎥 https://youtu.be/qROKY4odQRE

 


 

 

What side are RV hookups on?

 

Typically the left side of your RV or “Drivers side.” Most are all on the same side whether you have a motorhome or travel trailer.

 


 

 

How much does it cost to hook up an RV say at a campground?

 

DAILY

Daily is most expensive and runs $35-100 per day depending on the amenities and location of the campground.

 

WEEKLY

Some RV parks will offer a discounted weekly rate off of the normal daily rate.

 

MONTHLY

Monthly is the cheapest option or longer if they will let you stay. Monthly can be cheaper on the side of $300 a month or over a $1,000 again depending on the RV park everyone is different.

 


 

 

If you're not "hooking up" your RV to power and water then you must be "Boondocking." Not sure what that means I made you a video to help explain it.

 

What is Dry Camping aka BOONDOCKING🎥https://youtu.be/KCKetAZ9QDQ

 


 

Top 10 mistakes most RVers make

Now you know what RV hookups are! But, whether you are renting or buying you don’t want to make the same mistakes I did because they can be costly! Check the Top 10 mistakes most RVers make.