i'm suspicious also. the OP has made quite a few posts, offering advice on a number of Camping/RV'ing issues and has a link to a commercial camping website and yet, is now posting as a first-time camper.
Yeah, here is one post
Just completed a stay in Yellowstone at this campground, and I'm pretty happy about it. Lots of campsites, mixed between RV, single, and multiple tent. You can pull your car right up to the site, which is convenient. Three nights for our site (limited to 6 campers) was only $60
For camping I always take a sort of first air kit and by that I mean a good general purpose kit along with extras like immodium, tick removing tool, bug repellant, aspirin, etc. as I do not want to be taking time to stop and buy these items while away from the house. I also take snack foods so we do not have to stop and fix something on the stove or stop at the local fat food places on the road in getting to and from a camping spot.
Think also about activities for your kids, which can include card or board games, fishing tackle, and other items to keep them preoccupied.