matt@kim wrote:Apparently reclaiming your campsite comes with stipulations, if you are in south reserved some of the sites are being converted to XL campsites because they say they dont have enough XL sites which is a higher fee. You will be told this when you order your camping. My complaint is alot of people wont reclaim there site because of the fee and they really dont need a bigger site. Are camper is 19 feet. We are on the tree line now and if we could get another tree line site then great otherwise might have to just stay put. (we love the tree line) But we still feel the extra 35 dollars is not fair when where reclaiming a site that we have had for 6 years with mostly the same neighbors not knowing where they will end up. Another complaint is if this is the case then when you look at the maps it should reflect this. We love moondance and will always attend but things like this just tend to make people mad when you find out at the last second.
The Jam Web Guy wrote:I hear your frustration and looked into this. From what I found out, it was a situation where this block has had XL sized sites for the last 6 years. The other option was to put another row (or two - can't remember for sure) of regular sized reserved campsites into that block. I am in the process of updating the map to reflect this. I am sorry, I know that doesn't solve your problem, but I will try to get the correct info on the maps. I'm not positive, but I think one of the main issues is that every year we get more and more 30+ foot RVs and campers. With reserved camping being packed every year, space is at a priemium so it was either more smaller sites or make the area reflect what it is. Every year there are areas in that campgrounds that are improved and remarked to be more efficient, avoid ditches and drainage areas, add electricity, etc. We try to have those on our maps ASAP, sorry that didn't happen this time.
JackFord wrote:Well, I discovered the fine people at Moondance want the total purchase price for both camping and tickets on or before the 15th of September? Use my $500 - $700 for a year before the concert venue? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize this is not a very good economic deal.
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