The interesting part about boomers buying fifth wheel camping trailers is where are they going to go? Where can they be stored.
Camping spaces are crowded to capacity. In many places, for an extended stay of say a week it is necessary to get a reservation many months in advance.
Then there is the problem of storage. If I were younger, I would buy 5 acres of ground and open a camper storage business. I would not mess with storage lockers, just RV’s.
When you travel the interstates, at the outskirts of many cities is a Camping World store. There are zillions of RV’s for sale. I think everybody and their brother is manufacturing them
You touch on some good points.
I agree with your take on things.
Boondocking has become a big thing now, people wanting to get away from the crowds.