My son has asthma that can be aggravated by mainly pets, dust, and smoke. We have a converter in our van in case of emergency so he can use his nebulizer. When we camp we camp at sights with electric. They are getting a little older and thought of expanding to other camping areas without electric. The ADA sights in these areas do have power. Personally, I do not see his asthma as a handicap. But if there was ever an emergency, I would like to have access to power so he can take a treatment. This happened a couple years ago and we ended up in the parking lot of a closed hotel, hooked up to a gazebo's outlet at 1am. We were there because the fuse blew in the car converter. Would it be wrong to reserve an ADA sight just for the power?