We mostly like state parks, county parks, national forest campgrounds, national and sometime even city parks. Some have hookups of one kind or another, some don't. In general public campgrounds are more affordable. On longer trips we do sometimes use commercial parks here and there if we are en route to somewhere else or want a place to stop and regroup. We do belong to Good Sam with member parks offering a 10% discount (but you can also sometimes get a discount with AARP or other memberships), and also KOA...you can usually find a KOA for that necessary stop...building points for an eventual free stay. Lots of folks don't like KOAs but we have stayed in some very nice ones. There are also RV "Resorts" which means they offer more amenities and think more highly of themselves (sometimes unjustifiably) than some of the others. Costs go up accordingly. The main thing is to find how you like to travel and research the options open to you wherever you wish to go...and to ENJOY, of course!
TB & Greg and Abbey Schnauzer
AirForums #21900 . Membership Chair, 4CUnit #3954
Travel Log: AZBambi...On the Road Again