We are bring a 32' ft trailer and we have already paid for a 30 amp spot i am wondering are those spots big enough for a trailer that size, and also are they full-hook-ups? I know it has a 30 amp hook-up in it i need to if it has water hose and a hose for the waste?
Oh yes they are long enough for sure, a bit tight side to side we noticed. We walked thru all of them, we thought all the artists were staying in there with all the beautiful rigs that were in there! Man people have some cash!! We did not have hook ups last year and we have a 37' 5th wheel, but for example, we were so close to our next rig, with our doors facing each other, that we both could not open our awnings all the way up and out, so we worked it out, opened one all the way, and the other up to under it by about 2'.
No, no hoses, or sewer. Just the Electricity. Remember this is ON a polo field, the electricy is brought in by temp power generators, HUGE ones, with runners going down the isles and everyone just plugs into those strips.
I did see that this year there will be guys driving around to replenish your water and dump your waste, surely for a cost I believe. I know some of those motorhomes only carry 40-50 gls of water, how can you survive on that? Ours holds 150gls and we can last a week drydocking in the middle of the desert.
I would say back in, you can pull straight into your spot, but you cant pull thru, due to you would run over all the tons of electric cables running down the 200 yards of polo field between your line of rigs and the line of rigs butted up to to the other side of the row of wires. Make sense?, So there will be two rows of rigs, either way you park, then running down the middle of the noses/ends of the rigs is where all the wiring is...so if you drive head in and your plug in your rig is in the back end, you better have an extension cable, or vise versa.
Remember it is all just temp power, tons of cables stretched out, down a long row, then down another row and so on. You will have a nice driving/walking isle between the next set of two rows. It is very uniformed and done pretty well...no worries!