A few points to ponder:
1.) You can pretty well assume that your patrons/campers WILL be tired and most likely out of sorts when they arrive at your campground office. They probably have had a hard week at work and/or a long days drive from point A to your campground. Some of them will arrive over tired, stressed from dealing with the crazy drivers and some might even arrive with one of their health issues all fired up.
2.) Level campsites have TWO directions, one is from side to side. The second is aft to rear, or front to back. Side to side level is great, but, if it is only off a little, it is pretty easy to correct as well. Aft to rear might be pretty easy for some rigs, big ole monster beautiful motorhomes frequently have nifty hydraulic leveling systems. Short rigs may or may not experience the same effects of aft to rear level situations as a longer monster unit. Fifth wheels can be different from travel trailers when dealing with off level sites.
3.) When a camper asks for a level site and specifies that they really want one that is level from aft to rear, or front to back, do you listen?? Do you even know what that means, that said camper requests a site long enough that they don’t have to unhook AND that they want it level front to rear, but especially NOT high in the front??
Excuse me while I take my slightly snarly attitude and go try to figure out what your first rodeo and my unlevel aft to rear campsite have to do with each other.
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