After intense internet research, we did our ground truthing last weekend. One long Saturday later, we had purchased an '07 Fleetwood Niagara. Campsite reservations were made before we even brought it home. We picked up the camper on Thursday, and set out on Friday for Sea Rim State Park, TX which is about 2 hours from us. The camper set up like a dream. We loaded what we needed of our tent camping gear, into the back of the tow vehicle, and spent a couple of hours setting up the camper, stowing our gear and generally marveling at our good fortune while the kids ran around like circus monkeys just freed. Sea Rim is a lovely park with beach front, marshes, board walks through the marsh, kayaking/canoeing trails, birding opportunities, shelling, and a general lack of bipedal population. You can primitive camp on the beach or have access to water/electric hookups behind the dunes. It really is a nice park....for day trips. As night fell, multiple species of mosquito from tiny to ginormous swarmed the outside of the camper. Worse, they found multiple ways in. There are no holes in our screens, but apparently there are still plenty of access points. We handled it through dinner, but as we all tried to go to sleep, we were swarmed. We applied repellent. We slept under our covers even burying our heads. We applied more repellent. We tossed, we turned, we struggled, we slapped, we cocooned, we slapped some more. It was a very long night. At about 4am, I woke from a final desperate doze to find my DH maniacally slapping every surface inside with a towel trying to slay as many tiny blood-suckers as he could. He knew it was futile, but he had to vent his rage. Come daylight, we awoke to sheets that had outlines of exposed body parts made up of mosquito bodies and blood. It was gruesome, and we were all quite tired. For the rest of the day, we played board games, took a walk on the beach between rain showers, talked to other campers in much fancier fifth wheels and big RV's. They all said the same - the mosquitoes invaded. We decided to spend the day relaxing while the mosquitoes slept (b@st@rds), then packed up and headed home a night early. Of course it was raining again as we packed it up. In spite of it all, we had a good time, and we already have our next campsite booked, far away from the marshes where we hope the mosquitoes will be smaller.