<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> If you like trading paint with you're neighbor, then Friendship Village is your destination.
You're right about what you say. However, those sites were developed long before the arrival of large RVs with slide-outs and awnings. I understand perfectly with what you're saying because I've camped in some of those sites and had to "strategically" position my TT to clear the trees, access the utilities and still leave enough room to park my TV somewhere. Many of those sites are downright awful for today's RVs.
But, have you ever camped in their new area of campsites? I Have. They're HUGE
. The one I had was so long that I had at least 50 feet to the street with both my TT and truck parked in it. There's plenty of space between sites and mine was so level that I had to do nothing more than put down my stabilizer jacks once I positioned it. I must say that the new area is a job well done and hats off to the owners for implementing a well thought out plan to meet the needs of RVers. About the only negative thing I can say about the new area is that it's rather open.
Here's Friendship Village's Campground Map
. The new area is in the top portion.
The new sites are in the 200-300 range. If you have a large RV, I would recommend asking for one of these when making a reservation.