I'm going to throw a slightly different slant to this discussion. I bought my first RV in May. I left home "Full Time" May 31. So, in the last 4 months I have stayed at many parks from Coast to Coast. Issues with 98% of them. 1. The personnel, mostly women or 20 somethings have been RUDE, Disrespectful witches. Some paid but most are work camper suckers trading labor for a place to camp. 2. Parks advertise amenities and then don't provide them. When you protest they are always rude and defensive. it's never their fault and how dare I want a small refund for NO WIFI. I asked on RV Park for a free bag of ice for 3 days of no WIFI and I got told NO. 3. The prices are getting outrageous. here in Oklahoma I have paid 36 two nights in a row and neither park was more than a parking lot with hookups. 4. Do not sign up to Franchise as a KOA. Their fees force Campgrounds to overcharge and be expensive. Tonight's parking lot is a KOA next to I-40. I run my air conditioner as long as I can to drown out the noise from the Interstate. You want to make money, build a small casino. Everyone who has told you to camp first and then do the park is telling you straight. Until you spend time on the road being treated like dirt, you'll never understand the people you are serving and you will end up treating them like dirt too. After four months, I am pretty much sick of this RV adventure. All the hassles have far outweighed the fun I have had.