It's great that you are looking at giving each other space that you will each need. :-)
Do the grounds have facilities where people can gather together to socialize? That is sometimes a good option. People like to get together to just talk, play games, and sometimes there is entertainment provided or the grounds plans potlucks, etc.
Someone mentioned an awning, which I must agree is good thinking. You might also consider, if it is in your budget, one of those gazebos with sides that have screens and/or tarps for sides -- would extend the living space even more and keep out bugs. Watch though, some are marketed as sunshades and the tops are not waterproof! If you find yourself with one of these, a waterproof tarp can be bungeed over the top.
Some places I have seen in decorating books have shown places where people have "tent cities" and live in them in the summer. They furnish with oddments of furniture (aka frugally) put down old carpets (probably over tarps), put in extra beds for overnight guests, etc. If I have a chance, I will look at my older magazines for the names of these places. I think one is in NJ, but not certain right now.
It sounds like you will be combining the best of both worlds: working while camping. Sounds like a working vacation, and you should find many ways to make your stay a most pleasant one.