|Above, my "new toy" parked at home. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
It has been about 20-25 years since I last camped in an RV park.
I recently received the 2015 Good Sam Club and the 2015 KOA campground directories and have spent some time looking them over. I've noticed that things are a bit different these days.
Back when I last camped at a RV park or private/commercial campground, the Internet was either in the experimental stage or non-existent (very few people, if any, had home computers back then anyway). Today, people now require that their camping experience includes Wi-Fi service, besides the usual water, electric, sewer and other amenities. They also want, if they are lucky enough to get it, cell phone service out in the wilderness (that's all I need, some dummy at the next door campsite chattering on his/her cell phone in the middle of the night while I am trying to sleep).
Here is what one KOA Kampground is offering in amenities today: