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Old 03-23-2014, 12:56 PM   #29
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One of the greatest pleasures of camping is meeting fellow campers from every walk of life. If you had to remember all of the do's and don'ts listed in the above responses it will ruin your camping experience. I can promise you that in all of our travels there have only been a handful of times that we have been annoyed for some reason or another and never to the point that we had to change sites or leave... Just be respectful of others the same as you do in your home residence. FYI... most campers are extremely friendly. If you ever see our "welcome" sign during your travels please stop in and say hello.

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Old 03-23-2014, 02:31 PM   #30
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Guys, regarding my comments about being the only one in a large campground, and the guy that pulled into the campsite adjacent to the one we were in? Though I enjoy a little space when it's available (that's why I'm in a state campground?), I'm generally not considered unfriendly, a chronic grouch, or a loner. I'm another friendly camper type! I would have been fine if he parked just 1 campsite away from me?

If somebody is trying to be a considerate camping neighbor, I think allowing fellow campers a little "elbow room" when/if available is part of having a considerate/do unto others type attitude? Though it's not always possible, it's definitely something I'm conscious of when picking a site!

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Old 03-23-2014, 06:57 PM   #31
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Great Question Y'all, A lot of very good sound advise came about. The key word in all of it is.......Respect all thats around you, the land, the people, others belongings! You'll be more than a good camper. If you should stumble upon us, stop by and say hey and sit down and enjoy a cool drink!
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You have already shown concern to be a good neighbor by asking the question...me thinks you'll be just fine. Happy travels.

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