I could do without the price rate box, but to some it gives them decision info. For planned stops, I like calling to ask if they have a vacancy, can my coach get around, how the utilities and wifi are working...TODAY. We do make instantaneous decisions when broke down, for weather, tired, no net service or ???, but feel lucky someone is there and can just pull in if the unexpected happens...cost is not a high priority under those conditions. I very seldom mention in a rating, personal and beyond the owners control issues. Most park owners didn't know future campers and tow/trailers would be 45'+ long, weigh 50,000#+, need TWO~50A, 120V power legs and slides that double the width of the RV. We recently stayed at a park under development...3 years in the making. The owner explained his present accomplishments and future ideas...Today it's 35 FHU sites developed out of his pocket next door to his home on a major highway with his farm land on the other 3 sides. Everything underground including future necessities is over spec'd, roads/base are heavy haul, all pull thu sites, all gravel and instantaneous wifi. NO bathrooms or really any other facilities. Now that the campers have packed his roads and sites, he's ready to start installing level concrete pads and asphalt roads. At $17 per night, he's paid back his investment and has covered his phase 2 material. He'll increase his prices to $23 after phase 2 and $32 after the final phase (most typical park facilities/amenities). He has considered 140 sites max, but has a start that has drawn satisfactory reviews, labeling the park as an overnight stay. He feels his return customers will make this successful because he started so simple.