You had better define "real" campground.
IMHO there are many "real" campgrounds to be found by sifting through the urls listed.
One has to look a little more than at the surface, for example this one has 50 Amp service and lots of amenities at $15.00 per night.http://freecampgrounds.com/detail.aspx?id=2205
Part of the joy of traveling in an RV is our ability to stop wherever we want. I prefer sites that are not on the beaten path--just as I prefer not to use Interstate highways. It is about choice.
I am also a rolling stone--rarely stopping more than one night. I want to see what's around the next bend in the road. My next RV trip will be about 1600 miles--and the one after that about 5000. I prefer boondocking just as my parents did back in 1956. I look for places that are quiet. If there is power *great* if not that's what my inverter, battery bank, solar panels, and generator are for.
I'd likely be dead before I visited a so called "resort" RV park--let alone stay in one place for a month.
QUOTE(BBear @ Jan 7 2009, 04:26 PM)
I could see using one of those places as a stopover if no other campground is in the vicinity on your way to your ultimate destination. But, I would never consider any of these places as an alternative to a real campground to save money. I'd rather save money by camping in my own driveway before I'd consider any of these places.