Not surprisingly, higher fuel prices change the pattern of recreational vehicle owners. Many use their RV less and, when they go on the road, they tend to live closer to home and don’t move much between RV parks. And that is customers who are looking for camping sites. Camp clients come from all socioeconomic levels. They drive Mercedes, Buick and Chevrolet, both cars and SUV. Everyone’s similarity is that they like camping and, when they travel, they want to camp rather than stay in a hotel. And camping, of course, is very economical, so you can spend many nights without investment. Most RV parks must have a camping section, because it naturally suits RV tourists. And they require very little in terms of terrain and completion.