Because we are all so very different from one another, and we are all traveling for different reasons, AND doing so in different types of RV’s, there’s no doubt that what is the most important factor for one RV’er may be equally unimportant to the next guy. When asking the question, “What is most important to you when looking for a campground?”, we found that the array of answers is as varying as the the day is long. Some folks are in search of peace and quiet, enjoying nature, and relaxing, while others are on a mission for action. What you’re in search of will have great bearing on the campground you choose. One of the top responses we received when asking this question was, “An accurate description of the park, so we know what to expect”. If it says heated pool, then that pool should be warm (and clean!). If it says there are activities for children, then there should be some good activities and they should be run by people who enjoy children and know what they’re doing. There’s nothing worse than arriving somewhere that has falsely advertised their amenities, and you are disappointed before you even really get started. People want level campsites and many stated that it’s important to have staff that will in fact enforce the rules, such as making sure it does get quiet at quiet time. Making sure you do your homework first will ensure that you find the right fit for you and your family. We recommend not only researching the park on their website, but also take the time to read online reviews left by other campers and see what they have to say about their experiences. This is often the best way to get people’s take on their real life experiences with a place, and they be more current than what the parks website has to say. To help get you started, the people over at tripleblaze.com have compiled a fantasticTop 100 list of the best and most popular campsites in America, using their “unique campsite popularity algorithm that accounts for the average rating and number of reviews for a campground, the number of people who have camped or wish they could camp at that campground”. With so many awesome parks on the list, there’s sure to be one near you. We want to know what you look for in a campground. Where is your favorite place to stay, and why? You can share your comments with us here, or write about it on our Facebook wall.