A few years ago one had the ability to choose from two competing and good travel guides, Woodalls and Good Sam. Now they have been consolidated and we are forced to use Good Sam RV Travel Guide as the only comprehensive campground reference choice. I would love to say that this is an improvement but that is not the case. The 2014 travel guide appears to have declined in quality considerably over the past few years. The guide is less informative than the 2010 guide. For example Boyertown Campsite in PA is described in this 2014 edition as having an 8 star rating, costing about $40 per night and apart from the address, nothing else is mentioned about the site. In the earlier 2010 guide Boyertown campsite is listed as having 84 camping spaces, laundry, showers, 8 star rating, WiFi, Cable, RV Supplies, playground, about $40 per night, and much more. This is one of many examples of the 2014 edition providing less information than the 2010 edition. Why is this??? Other nearby campgrounds with this discrepancy are Oak Creek Campground in Bowmansville, PA and Buttercup Woodlands Campground in Butler, PA. Sill's Family Campground in Adamstown, PA gets an 8 star rating yet miniscule info is provided about this campsite in the 2014 directory. This has the effect of coercing me as a camper to go somewhere else. So much more info is provided in the 2010 edition about Sills Family Campground such as LP Gas availability, groceries, 115 spaces, pool etc. Neither edition provides their website address. This problem is all too common in the 2014 edition. Is Good Gam trying to steer customers to certain campsites? My only suggestion is for people to keep their old directories until Good Sam starts listing all campsites by the same standard. Many campsites have web page addresses which are not mentioned in either directory. Consequently I am disappointed overall.