The Art of Campground Etiquette

How to make each stop pleasant for everyone

Politeness and respect for others may seem like antiquated concepts to some, but most people still believe in them. While important in all aspects of life, they become even more so in specific situations. Camping, for example, often involves strangers sharing the same space for an extended period of time. This means that for everyone to have an enjoyable experience, they should follow these rules:

Keep the noise down

If you’re on vacation, you may be anxious to sit around the campfire, make some food, and turn up the radio. And while there’s nothing wrong with playing music or having lively conversations, you should always be aware of the volume levels, especially if there are other campers close by. Also, most campgrounds have quiet hours in which you’ll need to keep the noise to a minimum.

 

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