Dear campers, I am very interested in your opinion about the word ‘RESORT’ in RV park names. To me, a RESORT is a place with the possibility to relax during recreation. For the majority of people relaxation also includes a form of rest and quietness. And that’s something I often miss in ‘RV RESORTS’. In most cases these parks are located within 100 yards of a freeway or highway, where you can even smell the cars and trucks. But what I dislike the most is the traffic noise during the night! Reading reviews I often see people complaining about traffic noise, but that is of course highly subjective. However, nowadays almost everybody has a smartphone with the possibility to install a sound meter app. I think it would be a good idea to make ‘ambient sound during night hours’ (or whatever you like to call it) a standard review point. For example: Excellent (5 stars) for 40 dB(a) and below Very good (4 stars) for 40 - 50 dB(a) Good (3 stars) for 50 – 60 dB(a) Bad (2 stars) for 60 – 70 dB(a) Very bad (1 star ) for 70 dB(a) and above Doing so can be of great help to choose a RV park without being distracted by the name it carries. Looking forward to your reactions.