Strangest RV park rules and policies?

I once stayed at a campground in Kentucky where you weren’t allowed to wear bikini’s or other “provocative clothing”. What’s the weirdest one you’ve seen?

I tend to ignore those RV parks with strange rules (it’s part of my research process to look at the rules and guidelines before making a reservation), but I find it odd to run a background check for an overnight or weekly stay at an RV park. I do understand it for monthly stays.

Photos of your rig before being approved to camp in said campground.

No alcohol…:wink: only experienced that at a couple of ACOE campgrounds. We just had our cocktails in regular glasses, instead of barware.