The RV 10-year rule is one of those rules that you either love or hate. If you see any online RV community members discussing it, grab your popcorn because things are about to get interesting.
You’ll likely see these rules more in private campgrounds and RV parks, not ones managed by county or state officials.
The 10-year rule helps maintain a certain atmosphere at a camping location.
As such, private businesses have the right to refuse services to anyone, especially individuals who might affect other customers’ experiences.
So while we might not like that parks limit usage based on the age of an RV, they’re well within their legal rights to do so.
If your rig is in decent condition, they may make an exception for you.