No campground bathroom will be perfect. We stayed the last 2 days at a place with bathrooms that were practically brand new. It boasted automatic sinks, automatic paper towel dispensers, and that new fancy hand dryer that actually works. The shower area had a nice long bench plus individual dressing areas for each shower. Seriously, just looking at this bathroom brought tears to my eyes, even before I discovered the thermostat that allowed one to turn on the heat on chilly mornings. A heated bathroom!
The snake in this Eden? There were no hooks near the sinks to hang a
toiletry bag on. NO HOOKS. Every campground bathroom needs hooks. How
else are you supposed to unzip your bag and get your toothbrush out?
And let's just not talk about the mouse, okay?
There will come a day in the middle of the trip when you and your spouse will stop talking to each other. Do not panic. This is a necessary stage in that life experience known as a family camping trip, and there is no getting around it. Whether it stems from an argument over who last saw the tube of hydrocortisone cream or the realization that the person with whom you are yoked for all eternity thinks it is a good idea to wake you at 5:30 AM to pack up the campsite, it will pass.
Laundry can be your friend. A trip to the campground laundromat doubles as much-needed me-time. There is no shame in informing your spouse that you are going to go keep an eye on the dryer for a while. If you are still on speaking terms, that is...