Now that most of us have hopefully recovered from the holiday weekend, I thought I'd start a topic I've never seen in the forum previously. Like many other terms and words commonly used on this site (in both reviews and in the forum), people here seem to have a wide variety of meanings for "destination park". For vacationers it is where you take the family for a week in the summer, for full-timers it is where you winter in the south, and for others it is ????? I have seen a number of reviews that call a park I have been to a "destination park" that I can't see as such. Simplistically, I think of a "destination park" as being a park that has the full services (FHU, WIFI, cable TV), adequate sites, and other facilities (recreational, store, etc.), so that you can spend days, even a week, without ever leaving the park. OK, you may want to go out for a meal once in a while, but you don't have to if you come well provisioned. You come to these parks to spend time in the park and enjoy what it has to offer. So, folks, what makes a park a "destination park" to you.