We plan to go fulltime RV living when we retire in 2 or 3 years. For now we own a 4-Star 3-horse slant load with semi-living quarters. Dear Wife (DW) insisted we buy just one trailer and have dual functionality; it would be less expensive than 2 trailers. Smart girl that DW of mine!
So we use our horse trailer as a toy hauler and we like to visit campgrounds that have a nice lake. We pack our Old Town canoe and bicycles, grill, etc. in the back horse area (no horses). And the semi-living quarters work just fine.
When we were visiting Lake Anna, outside Washington D.C. we were pulling in and setting up. It’s a very nice campground, and well organized. The camp master came rushing up to our site in his golf cart and had a horrified and panicked look on his face and blurted out, “Horses aren’t allowed in here!”
I assured him that we didn’t have the horses with us and opened up the back and gave him a peek at the canoe. Boy, was he relieved and a little embarrassed. He was certain that we must have brought horses into his campground! We all had a good laugh after we were all on the same page of correct information!