- Don’t put your trash in campfire
- Respect the Quiet hours
- Turn off your generators at a respectable time. Those who camps are there to enjoy the nature. If you need to bring your TV and Radio and hook up to a generator, you might as well stay home.
- If you are going to leave early or come into the site late, be mindful of your engine noise.
- Keep your pets on a leash
- Do not walk through someone’s site.
- Turn your headlights off so you do not shine light into people’s tents while they are sleeping
- Make sure your kids enjoy the outdoors but understand not to bother others or in the name of “fun” vandalise other sites.
- DO NOT bring any weapons. There is no need to bring any weapons to family sites. Even small BB guns may cause harm or damage to others camping around you. Only take your weapon, (if you need to) when you are camping in isolation in the middle of nowhere.
- Use your drones respectfully. Other campers may not like your drone buzzing above their site taking video or photos.
- Make sure that those in your group drink responsibly. As we all know, excessive drinking usually ends with loud noise, arguments, disorderly conduct etc… which then ruins a good time for everyone.
- Last but not least. Be nice to your neighbours. Say hi, invite them to join you (if you like) for a bite or a beer. Remember, EVERYONE is there to have a good time.
If you think we have missed any more important points to share, please let us know and we will gladly add then to the list for everyone read.
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