I wonder if anyone can help answer a question for me. We have a 2000 31' Prowler parked at a camping lot. We do not have electric access, however our campsite neighbor does and has graciously offered to let us plug into his connection. Which is a standard household service (they are in the process of buidling a cabin on their site). The neighbors access is probably approx 100' (maybe a little more) away. I looked it up generally on the net and read something saying 10 guage extension cord would be the way to go. We may have to couple more than one extension cord, once we measure it out. Is 10 guage overkill? Would 12 guage be just as effective? I want to check with the experts on RVUSA Forum to see if anyone has experience or knowledge of the right guage extension cord to use in this situation. We would run the A/C, water heater, microwave, fridge, coffee maker and maybe a hair dryer (not all at the same time). I think I read that most likely we would need to cut the A/C off if we were running another high draw appliance, I am not sure of that either. If there is information that I didn't include that would be helpul to try to answer my question, just let me know. Thank you for any information you are willing to share.