Never worry about what others think. Enjoy camping as you like it.
In 1972 I bought a well-used Apache tent trailer, quit my lousy job, and headed west to see the country. My first night out I stopped at Beech Bend Park near Bowling Green, KY. It's an amusement park with a huge campground. At the time they advertised over 1000 sites, although I'm sure that included large areas of grass for dry camping. The girls at the booth said just pick a spot. After I set up, I noticed that the entire area where I was parked had nothing but Airstream trailers, except for my ragged old tent trailer right in the middle. I didn't move and no one said anything to me.
The campground was so big that I rode my motorcycle to find a bathhouse. When I got there, I hoped no one saw me do it. The bathhouse was just on the other side of the trees, less than 200 feet away.
Their billboard on I-75 advertised 10 cents per day, but they actually didn't charge me anything. They made their money from the families with kids in the amusement park and shops.
Here's link to their web site.