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Posted: 06/26/12 07:02pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is it me or is is OK to walk onto another occupied site to either pass through or gaze? I have this happen frequently. If I'm outside the rig, I'll usually give the loud "how are you" to get their attention, once I get their attention, I get the "Oh I'm sorry, we just wanted to see the deer". Well in my mind, if they wanted to see the deer, they should reserve the proper sites as I did so they can do so without trespassing.


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No -- it is NOT okay. It's right up there with barking dogs, poor manners at the dump station, loud music/partying all night in the top ten list.

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Now we will see how bored everyone is! Bored this will be at least 3 pages by morning!

BTW I am with you and we have always taught the kids when they were young and camping with us you don't cut through other peoples spot.

But then again we never play on any of the neighbors yards at home unless a kid from that house was playing too!


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We had a couple that would drive right between our campfire and dinning tent, drive not walk or ride a bike, but drive right through our site to get to theirs, instead of going around. Had our Grandchildren with us, they are small, and we had to watch like crazy for these fools. Until I got a little testy, and Dh said, you go girl. They said a couple of things in another language, will not say what one, and I spoke it right back to them. Almost made them faint. So Yeah I hate it when someone comes onto my site uninvited. And we help people out all the time when asked, with lending things, or whatever. I guess we just expect the same respect that we give to others...silly us.


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This has happened to us a number of times, but it just doesn't bother either of us. I guess we simply like camping enough that we accept the small 'issues' that occasionally arise as part of the experience. We are there to have fun, and we always manage to succeed...


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The ONLY thing that should be walking thru your campsite...




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Posted: 06/26/12 07:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

No, its not Ok, but I don't get too agitated over it. But I don't leave anything outside if I'm not outside. The proper thing to do is ask the CG owner how to get to the woods without walking thru other people's sites, or as the OP said, ask for a site next to the woods when you check in.
In the big list of rude camping, I've seen worse.


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No, it's not okay. But, you can't fix rude/stupid.

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Trespass seems a pretty strong word for folks that walk through the site that you're staying in, the property belongs to the CG owner, you're just renting it while you are paying to use it. Yes, I don't appreciate other people that are univited walking through the site I'm paying for, but sometimes folks just don't have any manners or concern for their neighbors.

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Posted: 06/26/12 07:36pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not OK!


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