I guess it depends on whether you think the people in the RV park are criminals or whether the type of RV park, such as the one pictured above, might attract criminals to commit a break and enter in such an upscale setting.
I came across this article on the web where a proposal for an RV park met with substantial resistance from the community of Kyle, Texas near Austin. The developer claimed that the RV park would consist of 50 to 55 sites for upscale coaches that start in the $300,000 range and that the park was targeting vacationing families and retirees.
Here are some of the more interesting comments made in the article:
…residents from the Kensington Trails subdivision spoke during the item’s public hearing period, with many suggesting that the park would attract crime into the area.
…those who live in RV parks typically don’t “connect” with the city they’re living in.
…a 13-year police officer, said RV parks see a higher number of transients, sex offenders and those who can’t otherwise find housing and this increases the likelihood of crime-related incidents these areas.
The zoning was denied.
I wonder if the developer showed photos of upscale motorcoaches like the one pictured below?
I suspect Kyle’s Planning and Zoning Commission was thinking that an upscale RV might look more like this one: