UNWRITTEN RULES IN CAMPING
Camping offers the chance to get away from your choking daily life. However, you will be surrounded by other people looking to enjoy their time. To avoid killing their joy, it is vital that you follow some general rules; written nowhere, but you need to be aware of them. Some of the rules include;
Cleaning your site
It is wrong to leave a dirty campsite for the next group. It is frowned upon when you leave trash, and other items in a pure natural space, and most campsites will charge you for that.
Cleaning up after pets
It is just human that you make sure to clean up after your pet while at the campsite, walking through it, or when hiking.
Putting out your fire
You do not want to endanger your fellow campers. It is thus wise to make sure you put out your fire before retiring to bed, before going out for the day, or when leaving the site by the end of your stay, by making sure the ashes or coals are cold.
Respecting the quiet hours
Most campgrounds have the time from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. as the quiet hours, put in place for those who need a peaceful night and those with children, which is why it is advisable that you be respectful of this.
Don’t cut through campsites.
People incur costs to be at most campgrounds, which makes it their personal space for that time. It is thus advisable that you do not cut through others’ campsites unless they are your friends.
Keeping your pets on a leash
Campsites have little kids, food, and people with animal allergies. It is thus wise if you keep your pet on a leash at the camp or on trails to avoid it wandering.
Using low lights
Bright lights can cause disturbance for people around you. Therefore, you should use lowlights or turn off your headlights when unloading your car or driving through the campground.
Leaving extra wood
It is wise to leave your extra firewood at the campsite if you have no use for it at home. This will ease your camping and help those who come after you.