The beauty of having a small trailer is that even at the "last minute" many off the chart desirable locations can still find a slot for you.
We are working on escaping Michigan for the winter (and also considering joining Escapees). At what seemed to be the 11 hour I became frustrated with a few on-line RV campgrounds when checking availability.
One is on Jekyll Island, Georgia and the other is much further south in the Florida Keys.
So moving to the old fashioned way of gathering info I picked up the phone and called both places.
The initial answer was virtually identical... "We have no availability until late April and early May."
As I expressed disappointment and commented I realized it was late for booking slots I had hoped with a smaller trailer we might still find something.
Then each person asked what size "rig" we had. When I replied a Scamp
16' travel trailer, no slides etc. Each put me on hold and came back on the line quickly and indicated given that we AHEM only
had a small travel trailer they did have a slot open for longer term stays.
Big Rig folks eat your heart out as there is no more room for behemoths.
So we have 42 days in the Keys and 21 days in Ga.
Just another of the multitude of advantages to our realm of FBRVs!!