Hello! I'm pretty new to RVParkReviews but already value it highly. Those who see my reviews probably note that we tend to stay in low cost spots - especially when traveling. However, we still want an attractive, clean place but not all the extra stuff that we seldom use. My problem in doing reviews is I don't know how to rate a low cost campground relative to a top of the line park. When we are on our way somewhere we usually stay at each location for just a single night. In that situation all we really need is 30 amp electrical hook up, big rig access and an attractive, clean, quiet place. a campground that meets these qualifications and charges only $15 is a 6 in my mind. If it also provides water and a dump station and charges the same $15 it is a 7 to me. These campgrounds really meet our needs and I recommend them to other folks in our situation. A family staying for two weeks might disagree with my rating because they want a campground to meet totally different needs. So maybe we should define what type use we believe the park satisfies. For example, how about defining parks into categories such as the following: (A) high amenity (destination) park for seniors, (B) high amenity (destination) park for families, © destination park for hunters/fishermen, (D) Low amenity destination park and (E) overnight stay parks? Does anyone think this might help make our reviews more meaningful?