My wife and I aren't new to the RV camping life. We have sun worshiped since 2016 spending time in Texas and Florida, through the pandemic until today. Over that period, campground management have changed philosophies, focusing more on reducing seasonal revenue uncertainty for guaranteed incomes. In lay terms campgrounds are moving away from transient bookings to longer term bookings or annual leases. When we first started traveling south from Canada to the sun destinations booking a month here and a month there was normal. Or even shorter stays of a week at a time along our route to the finally destination was pretty easy to find especially if you booked more than a year out. However, with each year passing minimum stays went from one month, to two months, to minimum three month stays or camp offices wouldn't even give you the time of day. What I am saying isn't all over but it is becoming the norm. We tend to stay in the more popular corporately managed resorts. Each time we book we have asked why the move to longer minimum stays and we get to typical "It's the industry standard" answer. Each time we counter by saying, "Our RV has wheels and we would like to see more of America than one location year after year!" to which we get "Oh well there nothing we can do! We also had the opportunity recently to participate in a corporate focus group to which we expressed our views and we were shocked at the amount of support from the other participants our answers received. We feel if we as RVers don't group together and become vocal, our lifestyle of traveling across the country to see America or Canada will be pigeon holed into us buying Park models and setting up winter homes in what we call popcan communities of retired geriatrics. We are sure we are not alone in our view and would be interested in hearing from you.