Ok, can of worms coming up . Lets put land price and taxes aside. I may expect to much but these parks asking $25 and up with nothing more to offer than E/S/W are out of touch with the time. Here is how I see it: First, general site 15 to 20 dollars; second time of season, if the pool is closed or wifi is down, ect, I should not have to pay extra. What I am saying is the price should go up according to amenities. Tonight I am staying at a park for $34.02 a night. Pool is closed, boats for rent are packed away, no cable, Wifi works, e/s/w, and park is located on a busy interstate .
What I am trying to accomplish here is not to vent but to get people thinking about things when they write their reviews. To give a park an eight through ten, I believe, requires that the price reflect what you get. Further, I praise all who contribute to this sight because I now use my two wonderful camping books(not mentioning any titles) for camp fire starters. Thank you and safe journey .