This person may have misunderstood.....not held for SNOWBIRDS but if they arrived in a smaller unit, we try to manage the spots to have the larger pull thrus for large rigs and those who prefer not to disconnect. This is a popular spot to stop on the trail to or from FL. This is our first attempt as camp hosts and haven't saved any spots for anyone even if we know they are coming in. We try to manage the assets we have. If they only need a 30 amp service, we try to utilize those sites and maintain a 50 amp site for whoever may come in behind them. First come, first served. We try to accommodate their needs whenever possible while thinking ahead. We cannot remember an incident where a large rig was asked to disconnect and back into a smaller space if a large pull thru was available. We also try to accommodate wherever possible the needs of individuals to be nearer the restrooms, etc. We try to get as much information as possible before designating a site for them. What has happened frequently is that someone will call and they will be told we have sites and others arrive before they do. We have overflow sites as well. Some of our overflow sites are opposite direction with capability for full hookup. One incident this year: we had a rain storm that was raining cats and dogs when a motor home arrived and only had overflow available. Due to soaked ground, they chose to leave and go to Eagle's Roost, a commercial campground on other side of I-75. Another was when two large rigs arrived and only wanted pull-thrus which we did not have available that night. We do the best we can to accommodate for the size of the unit arriving. Thank you for your comments and this helps us learn to be a better camp host for the future.