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Which TOP TWO of these amenities do you prefer most at an RV park?

Perhaps you just need a spot to stay for one or two nights and the amenities don’t matter to you. But perhaps you’re staying somewhere for one to two weeks (or longer) and the amenities are at least a bonus, if not important.

When looking at the list in the poll below, which top two of these do you most prefer at a campground or RV park? Is it that they have great Wi-Fi and a dog park? Or is it that the park is clean and has lots of space between sites?

Remember, you can vote for two items, so please pick your top two amenities before clicking “vote.” If you answer “other,” please leave a comment and tell us what that ‘”other” would be. We want to know! Thanks.

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SAW
28 days ago

Good reliable power.

Lorelei
1 month ago

Besides having lots of room between spaces, I like lots of brush growing between for a bit of privacy. No huge rocks at the entrance of the site or rocks and dumpsters along the road where you can’t turn your car to back in the trailer, although that’s not an amenity. Quiet and dogs on leash.

Lorelei
1 month ago
Reply to  Lorelei

And a nice view.

Dick Burgman
1 month ago

A swimming pool is nice sometimes but we prefer to have a laundry since we are full time. We have a combo washer and dryer in our RV and use it but it is faster to use one in the park also.

Linda Stumpf
1 month ago

Pull through with no large rocks or trees at the entrance or exit of the site

Don
1 month ago

pull through sites

Mel
1 month ago

Full hookups

Larry
1 month ago

For “other” I really would like a clean and good condition picnic table. Part of the outdoor camping experience is outdoor cooking, eating, game playing, and more. It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling in a tent or a Class A… You need a picnic table.

Hoople
1 month ago

Our preferences, large, level sites with good utilities and quiet

bob
1 month ago
  1. Level sites with good “solid” electrical service.
Doug
1 month ago

Nice laundry facility is important for us.

Joe
1 month ago

Nice landscaping/trees

Patty
1 month ago

We are headed to Asheville NC for one night , I see the picture of Asheville KOA , has anyone been to either one of these RV parks? We are 45 feet with tow car.

Debbie
1 month ago
Reply to  Patty

The Asheville East KOA is a nice place if you have a site on the lake, but all sites are narrow. I would not recommend the sites that aren’t on the lake. Also, the dump is badly designed and requires turning your rig around to use it. We were there several weeks ago. I’d stay there again, preferably during the week.

Patty
1 month ago
Reply to  Debbie

Thank you. We looked at bear creek as well. But we had a tow car issue yesterday and had it towed to a Lincoln dealership in Little Rock. Something flew up and busted the transmission. So we are going to bypass Asheville.

Rich
1 month ago
  • a clear view of the southern sky for sat-tv
  • a CLEAN, well maintained doggy park
DW/ND
1 month ago

We wish for natural tree shade, lake or river view, privacy and distance from next site(s). Power and water and a dump station. Think USPS, USFS, USCOE Mn SPks – perfect! Security too!

Marie
1 month ago

I would love enforced quiet and dog regulations. I am completely exasperated by rude and inconsiderate dog owners.

J.D.
1 month ago
Reply to  Marie

100% agree! Not all people are dog people and want to hear, be greeted by, or smell your dog.

Lorelei
1 month ago
Reply to  Marie

Yes!

Lorelei
1 month ago
Reply to  Marie

I have a dog. He does stay on leash at all times, he does not bark, and I pick up the poop. However, not many can seem to manage that. What’s worse are those with a retractable leash so they can ignore what the dog is doing and try to get to mine–even when I tell them to stop it.

Paul
1 month ago

Reliable power is my #1 desire .. meaning correct & consistent voltage.

Last edited 1 month ago by Paul
Cat
1 month ago

Quiet with a view and more space between sites. Sometimes you just don’t want to look at scrubby bushes and trees!

Cheryl
1 month ago

I always look for a water view, if possible.

Pam LoCoco
1 month ago
Reply to  Cheryl

Me too. Anytime I can gaze out at water, the other stuff just doesn’t matter.

Dave
1 month ago

Level site, or one I can at least get to level.

Robin
1 month ago

Trees

Bob Palin
1 month ago
Reply to  Robin

No trees (Starlink) 😎

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob Palin

Hi, Bob. Check out our new “Starlink RV” story we just posted. https://www.rvtravel.com/spacex-introduces-starlink-rv-rvt-1054b/ It will be linked in Sunday’s News for RVers newsletter. Take care. 😀 –Diane

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