Thanks for asking for input. By know, you're probably having second thoughts.
Let me add to the mix. My wife and I travel several times a year for a month at a time. We have a 30 ft. 5-wheel with double slides and tow with a Ford F-350 crew cab -- the REAL long pickup. If the lot is less than 60 ft. long, we are unable to disconnect and stay in front of the RV. Landscaping or narrow lots sometimes prohibit parking beside the rig. When we can park beside the rig, we frequently we can not put out the awning.
When we stop at a new park, we usually pay for just one night. After setting up and looking over the site, we decide if we'll stay longer. Many times we have gone out that afternoon or the next morning looking around, then moved to another park.
To us, if you're in cell phone range, phone service at the site is a waste. We'd prefer wi-fi. Cable is nice, but I'd rather have a clear view of the southern sky for my TV. Laundries are appreciated. Grass, gravel, or concrete for the pad doesn't matter. But, it's real helpful if it is level so I don't have to play around with that aspect. Oh, ya, the lot needs to be wide enough to open our slides and put out the awning without impinging our neighbors or the landscape.
Except at ultimate destinations, we use our site as a base to visit local attractions, so amenities like gamerooms, well equiped stores, basketball courts, etc are not used. However, a pool is nice, as are trails or walkways for some exersize. Want to make my day? Have a steamroom...but I won't hold my breath.
Please, make sure the approach is wide enough so that I don't have to drive all over your landscaping to back in - I don't like doing that any more than you like having me.
I've seen others talk about price. We've paid over $40/night and felt that it was well worth it. We've also paid less that $25 and wouldn't go back on a bet.
Hopefully, we'll see you some time while passing through.