Originally Posted by JPBeck
Beside all that, one does not need a CCW to carry a firearm in one's RV.
With all due respect, I wouldn't be giving legal advice like that on the internet. Each state is different in how they define a recreational vehicle. The key word is VEHICLE. In Maryland, it is illegal. Big surprise... anything having to do with guns in Maryland is illegal.
Back to the OP's comments, I find them entertaining and logical. We drive down to Florida every winter for a 2 week vacation. Luckily it is relatively easy to find inexpensive and clean in-and-out Rv parks along interstate 95. I'm not opposed to spending $20 for a legal and level place to stop for a night, get some electricity and hopefully a bath house. We usually grab dinner on the road, pull in to the campground, feed the dogs, walk the dogs and go to bed. Rarely do we even unhook... sometimes we don't even put the stab jacks down.
If I owned a campground that was along a major route, I would likely set aside some spots with electric only and charge a half rate for quick overnight stops.