Well, I've been on the road for 3 weeks, now, and I have to say I'm really enjoying it. It is so nice to have "no place you have to be"! I've stayed at two Michigan State Parks/Recreation Areas so far: Ionia Recreation Area (west/central lower peninsula), and Pontiac Lake Recreation Area (northwest of Detroit). Both have had 30A electrical hook-ups, but no sewer or water connections at the campsites. Each has a dump station with water fill for fresh water, and a separate water fill for flushing the black tank. Each campground also has a restroom/bath house with lockable individual showers for guests. I used the one here at Pontiac Lake once, but wasn't comfortable showering among the bugs and tree frogs inside the shower. So I stick to showering in the trailer. My Eagle 266 RKS has a huge bath room with a neo-angle (corner) shower. It's very comfortable for all the morning's business, and it's clean . . . or at least I know the dirt in it is mine. If I'm very diligent, I've found I can make it 8 days before I have to dump the grey/black tanks & refill the F/W tank. I've had absolutely no problems with this trailer. In fact, the Eagle has proved to be every bit as comfortable for full-timing as I hoped it would be. Just shows if you are honest with yourself about your wants/needs, thorough with your research, and realistic about your expectations, you won't be disappointed with your trailer choice. Of course, Jayco/Eagle's quality and a little bit of luck helps too!
You can stay at a Michigan State Park/Rec Area campground for a maximum of 15 continuous days, so tomorrow I'll be moving northeast a few miles to Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area. My reservation there will take me through Labor Day. After that, I'll go back to Ionia for a few days, so I can take care of some remaining "old house" business. From there on out, I'll be winging it through the fall color change, hunting seasons, and Thanksgiving. Then, heading south for the winter.
Will post another update in a few days. Until then, Happy Camping everyone!