What plugs do campsites use?
When you travel and camp in an RV, you will eventually need to plug your RV into a power source. So, what plugs do campsites actually use? Campsite pedestals typically have two or three different types of plug configurations. You will almost always see a 120 volt 30 amp, and a regular household type 120 volt 20 amp.
What is full hookup?
At most campgrounds, “Full Hookups” means youll have sewer, water, and electric hookups. Its the sewer hook-up that often makes a campsite “Full Hookup.” Sewer hookups allow your waste to go right out of your RV through your sewer hose. A water hook-up allows you to connect to city water supply.
Can I use regular extension cord at campsite?
Once you have electricity in your tent, you can use a multi-outlet extension cord so you can power all your appliances. If you want to be doubly safe you can use an extension cord that includes GFCI too.