We camp with dogs....
I have purchased an antibark unit for inside my camper because my newest rescue hates being left in the crate. Works great (& we use it at home too). Would hate to have one of those yipping pups on my site bothering everyone else when we leave ... and I am one of the courageous ones who will approach other pet owners and make suggestions about the anxiety the barking dog is dealing with when they leave their camp sites. I want it quiet too & have enough credentials to offer those suggestions.
We know we could go to adult only campgrounds... but the sounds of kids during the day is usually pretty enjoyable although we are careful to not be right next to playground areas & we set up our site so it would be difficult to cut thru most times
That said... we have a great county park & the pet friendly camp area is sooo small ...we hate that we can't join up with friends that camp there regularly because sites are rarely available in the pet area.
Was only disappointed with a 'pet friendly' RV resort once since we started camping 3.5 yrs ago. Our site was approx 1 mile into the CG, no grass in the park & pets had to be walked on the road only until they exited the park to relieve themselves (or stay on your site only... was all gravel). Unfortunately our pup was arthritic & could never walk that far... ended up having to drive her in / out a couple times a day in search of grass in the F250 diesel. If we had been told what that CG defined as 'pet friendly' we may have brought a cart of some sort to move her around a bit better.
Love FL SP system and the freedom to camp with our dogs (& cat too who just passed
). Just had to watch out for the rattlesnake on our last stay....