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.
What does full hook up mean at an RV site?
KOA Campgrounds offer a range of hookups for RV camping, including: Full hookups: Full hookups let you directly connect your RV to water, electricity and sewer, allowing you to enjoy the great outdoors without giving up any of the basic conveniences of home.
What is partial hookup?
Partial Hookup—A site with water and electricity but no sewer. Pull Through—A campsite where you can pull your rig through instead of backing in. Season—The time of year that the campground is open.
What is full hookup vs water and electric?
Full Hookups A water hook-up allows you to connect to city water supply. This means you wont be relying on your fresh water tank for water. Electric hookups allow you to plug your RV into a power pedestal and power your electric RV appliances and components without using a generator, battery power, or solar power.
What is a premium hook up?
Premium Full-Hookups These campsites offer the most amenities intended for RV campers and camper trailer campers. These sites include water, electric, and sewer hookups. These campsites often include a picnic table, fire pit, grill, and often include a padded drive for your RV or trailer.