Earlier in this thread, it was mentioned that the bugs might still be bad, even at the sewer-required campground. The problem at our regular campground is that they aren't able to spray for bugs due to proximity to a nature conservancy right next door. The no see-ums love moist ground and they have a lot of it! The CG we're looking at (with the sewer requirement) is not near a water source and has little natural vegetation around it. They do spray for bugs a few times each season! I'm also looking at a MosquitoMagnet, a propane
fueled CO2 generator
that traps bugs attracted to the CO2 like humans emit. This might help keep the bugs from going after my wife. She is often pretty covered in red welts that itch terribly when we go on vacation. However, it's pretty expensive just as a "maybe it will work." The cheapest is around $400. It also takes time, saying it will make a difference in about a week. That's as long as we stay, so we'd miss the true benefits.