Campsite squatting has become a way of stealth camping in campgrounds all across the U.S, including even National Parks and State Parks. However, this form of camping is illegal and immoral! It takes away from campers who actually pay for their campsites, as well, the campgrounds themselves. As of recent, campground owners are now catching on. The freeloading squatters are getting caught camping illegally and facing serious consequences!
Why Campsites Sit Empty! Fellow Campers Are to Blame!
If you’re an RVer or Camper, you already know it’s nearly impossible to reserve a campsite. It’s because campgrounds are booked even up to a year in advance. But even if you do get that magical campsite reservation, once you arrive, it’s hard not to notice that many campsites sit empty. And guess what? Your fellow campers are to blame!
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How to Deal with Obnoxious and Rude Campers?
One bad thing about camping is being parked next to the obnoxious and rude campers. Their filthy language bellows and yelling reverberates between RVs. And if you’re in a tent, there’s no way to escape the F words. While no one really wants to rain on their parade, they surely don’t want to camp next to this type of offensive behavior either. But how do you deal with loud drunks or foul-mouth partiers who seem to have forgotten their manners? What do you do? Suck it up? Do you get out of Dodge, report them or join in?
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Camping too Close to Other Campers Could be Dangerous!
Many go camping to get away from people or to social distance. Especially in the backcountry or off grid, campers want space, privacy, peace and quiet and to enjoy nature. But nothing grates on another camper’s nerves more when another camper comes to set up camp really close to their site. But, why do people do that? And, how close is camping too close?
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Overnight RV Parking Rules – Lotdocking Do’s and Don’ts
Big box stores and business’ that offer overnight RV parking are now crowded with campers of every shape and size. With that, there’s been an influx of disrespectful campers who totally ignore the overnight RV parking rules and are downright trashing the place! Because of lack of parking etiquette, businesses and municipalities are telling RVs and vanlifers to hit the road!
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