20279 Highway 8 - Saint James, MO 65559 - Office: 573-265-5149  Cell: 314-303-5504

Welcome to UnFUSSY camping . . . where relaxation is the ULTIMATE GOAL.
Visit us in the Foothills of the Ozarks and enjoy what UnFUSSY camping is all about.

Additional Charges - Please Read Carefully

NOTE:  Additional fans, refrigerators, ice makers, portable air conditioners, space heaters, electric smokers
and other equipment in addition to factory installed equipmen are an additional charge per day.

OVERLOADING ELECTRICAL USAGE
PARV is not responsible for any of your fuses, outlets, plugs or cords for repair or replacemnt or pedestals blown/burned from overloading of the electric pedestal with additional electric powered equipment beyond what was factory installed with your RV.

AIR-CONDITIONING:
When away from RV for any entended length of time turn your air-conditioning thermostat up.  When running air-conditioning, as well as other additional electrical appliances so as not to blow fuses or power.  Electric heaters are a hazard if left unattended.

EXTENSION CORDS:
Avcoid using an extnsion cord when making electrical connections at the campground.  The guages of the wire used in standard household extension cords are not suitable for RV electrical hookups.

PEDESTAL ELECTRICAL USAGE:
RV electric pedestals are designed to carry the electric load of an RV with factory installed equipment which is air-conditioning, refrigerator, furnace, lighting, slides, microwave, hot water heater, TVs.  Any thing additional using electric can compromise your RVs electrical system, or the RV electric pedestal.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT USAGE:
RV electrical system is not designed for using additional power consumption like portable refrigerators, space haters, additional air-conditioners, etc.

KNOW YOUR APPLIANCES:
Most kitchen appliances use a lot of electricity. The microwave, coffee maker and toaster are all electric hogs. Air-conditioners pull a lot of electric amps.  Bathroom accessories like hair dryers and curling irons can add to the electric usage. RV 101 tells you not to run a lot of additional electric equipment at the same time. TVs on the other hand, use very little electric.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ELECTRICAL USAGE and YOUR RV:
Click on this link:   https://rvshare.com/blog/rv-electrical/