Dear Mike, So just how much more power does a 50-amp shore power plug have compared to a 20- or 30-amp plug? There are two basic numbers to consider when we want to calculate the wattage available from each style pedestal outlet: Volts and Amperes.
We like to bring a lot of our electronic toys with us, and have tripped the 30-amp circuit breaker a few times. Voltage is a measure of electrical pressure, and Amperes is a measure of available current flow.
You just add up everything you want to turn on at the same time and make sure you have enough wattage available from the shore power outlet.
Since circuit breakers are only rated for 80% of their load capacity for continuous load, you need a little extra power available to make sure you don’t trip a breaker accidentally.
That’s because there are actually two separate 50-amp conductors in a “50-amp” shore power outlet.
The registering attendant will assign all campsites. Other amenities include a fire pit, pedestal grill, picnic table, and water faucet.YURTs do not have heat or air-conditioning and linens are not provided.But you can run a hair dryer, microwave oven, toaster oven, an air conditioner and a bunch of lights all at the same time from a 50-amp pedestal outlet and still have power to spare.So if you park your RV next to your house, you should consider having a real pedestal outlet installed by an electrician.Camping is limited to one 14-day stay within a 30-day period.