Pet Peeve: Doing your laundry while living in an RV is one of the biggest negatives to full-time RVing. This past weekend we arrived at a new RV park and decided to do the laundry. It took 3 hrs to do a small single load. First the 2 washers and 2 dryers were in use. When we went back 45 minutes later, the coin slot on the only vacant washer was jammed by too many coins. Off I went to the office to see if on a Sunday they could fix the machine. The maintenance guy/owner came right over and after spending 20 minutes he finally got the coin box out of the machine. It must of had over a $100 in quarters jammed in it. Finally I got my clothes in the machine and from there on it was smooth sailing. However, this got me thinking. If you pull out at least $100 from your washing machine and people are waiting to use it, why wouldn't you install at least 2 more washers and dryers. Over the past 13 years full-timing, I have noticed that MOST RV parks do not have adequate laundry facilities. This isn't too bad if you know where the local laundromat is located. But all too often there isn't one close by, so you are at the mercy of the RV park and it's way too small laundry room. If I were an owner of a RV park and I could get big profits from my laundry room, I would have as many machines as required to adequately service my customers. I often bump into other RV'ers from the RV park doing their laundry at the local Laundromat instead of at the RV Park because of inadequate laundry facilities. That is lost profits to the RV park. Common sense would dictate expanding the laundry facilities if you were the owner. Having your own washer/dryer on board your RV isn't really the total answer either. I often hear (at laundry room/local laundromat) RV'ers that have on-board washer/dryers describing how long it takes to do a batch of clothes in their RV. Drying seems to be the biggest problem as most home electric dryers take a 220 V line and RVs only have 50 amp service. Well it's off my chest and gives you RV'ers contemplating full-timing one of the biggest negatives. It's still worth it and a GREAT lifestyle.