Judging from the campgrounds we stay at, the young adults and their families are well represented. From mid-April through mid-May, and after school begins in late August, the older generation holds the reins.
That's the beauty of retirement--we camp whenever we want. Both my wife and I took early retirement, and purchased a new TT that same year. We've camped for over thirty years, and owned other units, but it seemed time to reward ourselves to a new trailer.
I see the same trend in motorcycling. Lots of folks retiring, and wanting to experience their new found freedom. For certain, the Great Recession of 2008 hurt the leisure sports, but things are finally rebounding for many.
We'll need more campgrounds, and for the designers and builders out there, please give us some space! We were going to pull south this winter, but after viewing dozens of sardine-can parks on the Net, it was a bit discouraging. We'll just need to look a bit longer!
2016 Coachman Leprechaun, 319DS, Motorhome, Dodge Durango Toad