Our local campground that we stayed at this past weekend, and over the past several ( 12+ ) years, would be a campground like I would like to have. A very primitive and woodsy nature appeal.
Approx. 50 electrical sites, no water or sewer hook-ups, with an area for dry campers and tents. Primitive bathrooms and accessible water stations spaced accordingly to the layout of the grounds for convenience. Very family oriented with nature trails and a playground for the kiddos. And pet friendly. Fishing on site for those fishing folk.
No Wi-Fi, as people these days tend to have data packages on their phones, just as I have. Television ( cable ) not provided by the campground. If wanted, or needed, would consist of campers personal Satellite Stations or rooftop antennas. I did see 3 Satellite Stations set up in the CG.
Black top or concrete pads with double lot spacing in between campers would be a must. With large fire rings and adjustable grills on each site. And of course all picnic tables would have the extended table ends for those disabled folk.
Now, before anyone would say this would not be suitable for many.... last weekend this CG was at 80% capacity with 5-5ers, 2 class C, 1 tent, 3 Pop-Ups, 2 HTT's, and the remainder were TT's.
A lot of Happy Campers consisting of families, couples, friends, and pets. So I suppose even though all the extra "perks" would be nice, this just goes to show that they are not an essential part to getting people out to enjoy themselves. People adapt to what they have at their disposal wherever they are camping.
This CG is never lacking for campers as it is usually near full every time we camp there. Just a quaint little CG with a good atmosphere.
**BUT, on a side note, I would not want to own, nor be tied down to a CG. I didn't buy my TT not to be able to travel. It would defeat my purpose.
Just my 2 cents!