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Campground etiquette


We've been full-time for nearly five years now and have stayed in all sorts of campgrounds. In that time we have never had people walk through our campsite - until yesterday. Two people walked through our site, one of them on the paved area. This morning I moved the car so it partially overlaps the motorhome, and someone walked between the car and the coach! I went out and told her that our site isn't a pathway. When she came back a few minutes later she walked through the neighboring site and made a point of telling me that that site was part of her group. I put a small stepstool between the car and the coach, and there is a sign on the windshield of the car that says "This campsite is not a path. Please use the walkway." Another copy of that sign is facing the rear of our site, propped up on the picnic table.

I've talked to both a ranger and the campground host. Both agree that what I've done is about all that can be done. The signs seem to be working, though. While I was out chewing the fat with the host Jo Ann noticed two people heading for our site. When they saw the sign on the windshield they stopped, read it, and went elsewhere. The host said that the weekends here are filled with groups who have been coming here for years, and seem to think that everyone in the park is part of their group.



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David, kb0zke

1993 Foretravel U300 40'

Build number 4371

For sale

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