Wow, not sure I have camped at a campgound that either has grass to cut, (never concrete)
or it is just bushes/trees growing around the site.
And the kids playground is a long hike into the wilderness.
Baths are either Marine style, at a hostel or truck stop. Outside pavilion is sitting under the stars and looking up, with no ambient light. And on long hikes, the dogs carry their own poop that is contained in a dog poo bag, that is placed inside a small plastic bag from Walmarts, Smith's Grocery, etc. and attached to their harness. Or I just carry it back in the dog poop bag. Really not that hard to do; just be careful what hand you use to scratch your nose.
And the strange thing, there are hundreds of those types of campgrounds in the numerous national forests out west.