Many RV jobs in your listings require 20 hours per week for an RV site. That is equal to 86 hours per month. At 10 dollars an hour, this amounts to 860 dollars for lot rent. I believe this is rather high. There is no park that I know of that is worth that kind of money. I would like other people's feelings about this. Seems a little pricey.
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