My wife and I just completed a driving trip, from TX. to Washington State and back During the trip we saw something that proves sizes doesn't matter.
We were in the State Park in Winchester, ID. and saw a 17' Casita
in the spot reserved for the CAMP HOST. Soon a woman and man approched us as we sat in our car admiring the shiny Casita
. We asked them about their Casita
and they were proud to tell us that they had downsized a couple of years before. Althought this was there first time as a CAMP HOST, they were enjoying themselves, and had signed up to stay for two months.
As we saw in most State Parks, we visited, many camping spots have water and electric, but many don't have sewer hookups. Most people have the little blue tanks with wheels that they drain their black water tanks into, and lug them over to the dump sight. We have also noticed that the CAMP HOST spot has not only power and water, but sewer as well.
Being a CAMP HOST can be done in any size trailer. The town of Winchester is only a couple of miles from the State Park area, so stocking up on food and supplies shouldn't be a problem.
Small Campers can do almost anything a large camper can do except get you 4-5 MPG with your TV.