Okay, I'm taking the family (myself, GF, two kids) for our first trip to a campground in our N2U pop up. It's a little thing; 17 feet when set up, with a modest size TV (Nissan Xterra). We're camping at a state park next weekend, with plenty of open sites still, ranging from 20 feet to 50 ft. Wondering, what's the campsite etiquette for selecting a space? With the kids, obviously like as much space as possible, but also respect that some big trailers might need those 50-foot spaced for things other than kids playing with dump trucks. Thinking a 30-foot spot would be a nice blend of space, while leaving the big spots for huge RVs. Is that right? Or am I being greedy? Would my camper and TV even fit in a standard 20-foot spot? Will someone secretly let the air out of my tires and pee in my cooler at night if I take a larger site?