We’re currently waiting for renters to finish heading out of our RV so we can do our part and tow away. While waiting, a ranger came by and began asking the renters a bunch of questions about if they were in a rental and who the company was. He told them it was Outdoorsy and the ranger proceeded to tell them no company was allowed to rent in California state parks except one local one.
Then he started to get upset with us and told us we weren’t allowed to be here and never to come back with Outdoorsy. He also started making phone calls and took a picture of our license plate and told us we’d be getting a fine.
Has anyone else experienced this and how can we fight it? Or can we?
Ugh sorry to hear that @Clan_Graham, you guys seem to have bad luck when it comes to parks hassling you about delivery!
Based on the link VagabondKaren sent above, there are vendors that are "approved contract providers" for California state parks. I wonder what the odds are for Outdoorsy becoming an approved vendor?