To me, staying in an RV-park is an overnight-only, on-the-way-to-somewhere-else activity... "Camping" on the other hand, is more of a back-to-nature activity, and we prefer to stay at state parks, BLM sites, etc.
When we opt to stay in one of the "glamping" parks, we know what we're getting into, and are making that trade-off for convenience. (Example: staying at a luxury RV park in the middle of Santa Fe, to be within walking distance of all the tourist stuff...)
That said, rising prices are making it more challenging. We'll probably be taking more "camping" trips this year, and fewer "tourist" trips...
Jim Parker - 2020 Jayco Redhawk SE 22C