It depends on where and when. I prefer full hook-ups on the first outing of the season, so I can check everything out, and for the last outing of the season, when I can flush everything in preparation for the long winter. For most of the year, electric-only is nice, although I do a few dry camps a year. Lately, though, beetle kills have ruined some of the best dry camping areas in the state, and significantly reduced the amount of shade available on a hot mid-summer day.
Gary Shapiro, 2011 Georgetown 29' Class A
Dash, Molly & Lily - now at the Bridge and forever in my heart
Shadow - 4-year-old Greyhound
Hannah - 1 1/2-year-old GSD rescue