This subject was brought up in another thread and thought it should be pursued on it's own thread. My travel trailer is a year 2000. Is this getting too 'old' to be welcome in some 'snooty' RV Parks? I might be able to understand if an RV were forty years old with chipping paint and falling apart, but geesh! Why would a place object to a 10 or even 15 year old rig if it has been taken care of and looks good? Why the snobbery in RV Parks! I say if when you are checking in and they ask what year your rig is, you should ask why they want to know. If they say there is an age limit to the rig, tell them they are giving RV'ing a bad name and you wouldn't stay there if they paid you! Then leave! After awhile, maybe they would get the hint! D@mn snobs!