With Mount Bachelor set to open today (Nov. 30), visitors will find the same chairlifts and runs they’ve enjoyed in past years — but they’ll also find that a few things have changed at Oregon’s biggest ski resort, according to a press release.

RVs are another common sight in the West Village parking lot. Soon, RV users will be able to hook up to services like in a regular campground. Drew Jackson, director of marketing and communication for Mount Bachelor, said the 10 newly-added full hookup sites are ready to go, but aren’t online just yet. The cost per night will be released in the near future and Jackson said they will expand to 20 sites as soon as next summer.

Jackson said the RV sites will be more expensive than the regular overnight camping prices, currently $20 per night, with additional vehicles costing $10 a night.

Currently, people can buy a winter season overnight parking pass for $169. Jackson said people can camp or RV for seven nights in a row, but must leave for at least one night before they camp again.

Jackson said the RV full hookup sites are planned to have the same seven day restrictions, but people won’t be able to purchase season passes and will have to reserve their spot on a night-by-night basis.

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