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Old 09-09-2014, 07:39 PM   #15
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Then go somewhere there are not quiet hours. Guys like you, who go into places knowing the rules, but decide the rules are for everyone else.
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Old 09-09-2014, 07:55 PM   #16
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If you want no noise you need to get away from any water (ocean, lakes, rivers). That's what we do during the big 3-day holidays. Ahhhh, quiet!
Yup, we figured that one out too....
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Old 09-10-2014, 03:48 AM   #17
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Then go somewhere there are not quiet hours. Guys like you, who go into places knowing the rules, but decide the rules are for everyone else.
That's kinda the point, to make it easier to find campgrounds that let ya live a little and ones that cater to people seeking peace and quiet in a CG with 100 of rigs in it. We normally travel in a group of 3-5 rigs and have narrowed down our destination and try to be in between our own campers. I read the reviews and avoid the ones thst have noise complaints or described themselves as quiet. I will have plenty of rest underground.
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I don't think anyone is endorsing the idea of you going to bed at 10 if you don't want to. A lot of us stay up much later, maybe hanging out with friends around a campfire. Might even share a cocktail or several. We do however, switch to "indoor" voice levels after hours.

From what I'm gathering, this is where you're stuggling? A little hooting and hollering coming from within your group? If that's all you're talking about, it seems to me like you should be able to make "arrangements" with a lot of campgrounds (especially private ones) with a simple request at check in?
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I wonder why having a good time means yelling, cursing, playing loud music, etc. I can understand the drinking (like to tip one myself) but fail to see if/why a joke is funnier if told at the top of your voice. As I got older my hearing has improved. Younger I used to play the stereo at volume 10. Now I can hear it very well at setting 4 or 5.

If you respect my quiet time in the evening, I will respect your quiet time in the morning. Both of us can enjoy our time away from home.

Unfortunately the "party" section seems to be farther from the amenities and generally in a part of the park that is not as nice. I would hesitate to pay the primo dollars and be relegated to the not so nice section of the resort.
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I get a kick out of reading reviews from people who complain about noise, kids, traffic, dogs, rabbits, trains, dust, no WiFi and poor cell reception in a campground with 100-200 sites in it. What do you expect? If you want solitude go out to the boondocks, if you want WiFi and cell reception stay home. As you say a little courtesy and some site management can ensure everyone has a good trip
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Hmm, even on the home page itself the link to the article is broken. Oh well, it's a short Google search to several similar links.
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