I like having a teardrop trailer. Clarence, my MyPod, is absolutely adorable.
That being said, I’m not a big fan of paying big-rig prices for full hookups when all I need is a little heat at night. Most campsites have a flat rate regardless of the type of camper you have. It seems silly for me to pay the same amount as an energy-guzzling RV that could swallow 10 Clarences whole.
I understand that owning an RV park is a complicated business. I also think that people should start becoming more teardrop-aware of this growing minimalist trend of just needing a little electricity to stay warm (or cool) at night.
I have run into places that offered cheaper prices for just electric, or who charged based on the amount of electricity used. Kudos to you.
In the meantime, Clarence and I will continue spreading the word that bigger is not always better. In fact, smaller should mean cheaper.