Sure, bugs can sneak into your RV, but in a tent you’re basically inviting them to stay with you. Have you ever had a spider trapped in your tent? It’s one of the top ten most terrifying things that will ever happen to you. If you move too swiftly, you risk the spider scurrying under something. If you don’t move swiftly enough you might learn that this particular spider can fly. Or worse. Save yourself the trouble and don’t go camping with bugs. 

Going camping can really connect you with nature. You stop for a moment and take in the beauty that surrounds you. You put down your electronics and start to have faith in humanity and the world around you. It’s all really beautiful until it’s 10:30 at night and you’re sweating through your sleeping bag, alternating between freakishly hot and cold. RVs park you in the middle of beautiful nature without forcing you to suffer through the elements our race has so diligently avoided. 
Campfire food is amazing, and you can definitely eat it even when you’re in an RV. What you can’t do when you’re tent camping is quickly and easily store cold food, wash dishes, heat something up or cook a quick meal. Ahh modern luxuries. Cookies, anyone? 
This one can really go without explanation, but we will anyways. You have a toilet and a shower that are all yours. You don’t have to wait in line or suffer through spurts of cold water. You don’t have to wear shower shoes or flush with your foot. It’s a beautiful thing!
At night, after you’ve enjoyed everything the great outdoors has to offer you get to come home. It’s a place you’ve made all your own. One filled with treasures you’ve collected and memories you’ve made. You can snuggle up in your comfy bed or on the couch. This is especially important for people who take long trips in the RV. Why not feel like you’re at home no matter where you are?