Friday, December 2

Campsite Rules | Camping Etiquette for Beginner Campers

Camping Etiquette for Beginner Campers

Every campsite will have its own set of rules but generally speaking, they are all the same. If you are new to camping have a read through the general rules of most campsites below.

Campsite Rules – Camping Etiquette for Beginners

Check in check out times

Every campsite will have its own set of times you can pitch up your tent and pack it up. Check with the campsite to see when you can arrive and pitch up, arrive too early and the previous camper who was using your spot may still be there. Pack up too late and the next camper may have to wait until you pack up.  Check with the campsite to find out the times you can pitch up and see what’s the latest you can stay till.

Stick to the campsite quiet times

Have you ever been to a campsite and not had any other campers? Probably not, just like you, their intention is to go sleep at some point. Sticking by the campsite quiet times, helps everybody get on and plain and simple is just the right thing to do. Different campsites have different quiet times, but as a template, it’s good to stick to the 10pm till 7am quiet time.

In between these times make sure not to play music, turn off generators, and if you are planning to have a gathering with alcohol? Consider everyone else and aim to end the party for 10pm or if you plan to carry party on, at least go somewhere elsewhere off site.

Respect Your Camping Neighbours’ Space.

When camping on a campsite, all campers with have there own space. The space may be visible with paint on the grass or it may not. But if there is no visible separators between you and the next camper pitch up at a distance of 6 meters apart.

Make sure to stick to the campsite paths and do not walk in between other pitches. This is your neighbours space they have paid for it. Make sure if your playing football or any other ball game to be aware of the others around you.

Keep Your Campsite Clean

Stick to the golden rule of camping which is to leave no trace. Keep your pitch location and the campsite tidy, if you make a mess tidy it up. Its a good idea to take bin bags with you, so if you accumulate any rubbish you can stick it in that.

Stick to the campsite Rules

Last but not least stick by the rules above and everyone should be happy.

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