Each has its place. Full hookups are nice, but if you are properly equipped and know how to dry-camp, that opens up a lot of possibilities otherwise unavailable.
We've dry-camped for as long as 14 dwys straight, utilizing 300w of solar into a big battery bank, occasional generator use, a blue tote, and a 40-gallon water bladder for refills. Lots of beautiful state and national park opportunities available if you can dry-camp. Add in a few NA$CAR races, which also require dry-camping....
Be Safe, and Everyone Goes a Home,
2014 RAM Laramie 2500 w/6.7L Cummins Diesel and Automated Safety Hitch
2016 377RLBH Jayco North Point
300W of Suntech Solar w/Rogue MPPT Controller & Xantrex 2000W PSW Inverter