No idea but they are as welcome as any other caravanner or motorhomer. Its not the unit but the personality and will to help others that matters. Might be interesting to know ratios though ie caravanners: motorhomers: rv-ers: folding campers: tenters: etc. Perhaps you should add a poll to this thread... i.e are you a 1) Caravanner, 2) Motorhomer, 3) R-Ver, 4) Folder, 5) Pop-topper, 6) Tenter, 7) Other interested Friend.
Andy, A good question the answer of which is yes. We travelled to the USA to buy our motor home (RV) in which we then continued for nearly two years to tour the USA & Canada.
Now when you decide to occupy a vehicle in which you intend to spend a great deal of time in you need in my opinion as much space as possible, apart from the actual size of an American RV the addition of slide-outs really transforms a vehicle in which to live, our RV has 3 slide-outs.
Before travelling to the USA we knew that once our tour was complete we would be returning to the UK with our American purchases in order to continue touring in the UK and Europe.
With that in mind we invested in The Big Pitch Guide which as its name suggests is a guide, well two actually UK & Europe compiled by a couple who toured all over the UK in their RV logging details of RV friendly sites, as I like to call them which they later made into a guide for other RV owners.
We also knew that there would be locations we cannot access with our RV but then that is why we tow a car. To sum up where ever a tour coach or service bus access so can we, with a bit of planning
It is my opinion and I may be wrong but caravans and motor homes these days are being made bigger in order to cater for all of today's luxuries that people demand, the only problem that I see is that organizations such as the Caravan Club are reducing their maximum pitch sizes presumably and I don't know why?
Not to worry the BPG has plenty of sites capable of accommodating even the largest American RV