Originally Posted by rickfriday
What i have heard is most curbside dinettes allow you to look at your campsite and not your neighbors. Do you find this to be true at most campgrounds you have been to? Some have written that is why curbside is a must for them.
Although I prefer a curbside dinette, I would not make a decision on what trailer I buy based on that. Storage, counter space, dressing space and things like that are much more important to me than what side the dinette is on. If all of those are equal then I would get the layout with the curbside dinette.
Ask yourself these things. In a campground with back to back sites, would you rather be looking at the backside of a trailer 4 feet from you or the front of the trailer 20+ feet away. In a campground with the "normal" layout, would you rather be looking at the backside of the next trailer and all the hookups or the front and the people having lunch at the picnic table.
My new 24RKS is the 3rd RV that I've had with a curbside dinette and I've had about 9 RVs. I have never thought about this before reading this question.