Originally Posted by Sundancer330
I have been to several high end campgrounds which are MH only and don't allow anything more than 10 years old on property without approval. I guess they are trying to keep the image up for the expensive rates they charge.
As a business model, it makes sense. If there's a demand for "upscale" campgrounds with a little more of a country club ambience, then by all means, somebody should cater to it.
There's really no rational reason for me to feel that slight pang upon realizing a campground I'm considering won't allow me in. The pang only lasts about five seconds, until I realize they're serving a legitimate market, not excluding me for some dark reason. But, I digress.