It’s important to be a good neighbor not just when you’re at home, but also when you’re on the road. If you’re spending your summer at campgrounds, there are some general rules of etiquette to follow if you want to be a good neighbor. Heeds these rules of campground etiquette and you’re sure to maintain good relations with those around you.
Respect others’ space
Especially during this season of coronavirus and social distancing, it is important to respect others’ space. This means that even if the shortest way to the lake or the bathroom is through someone’s occupied camping space, you take the long way around. This also means that you shouldn’t let your dogs or your kids wander through other people’s camping spots.
Leash your dogs
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With relatively mild winter temperatures driven by its maritime climate, Washington state is graced with some of the best winter camping spots in the country, particularly given its northern latitude.
While snow closes down all campgrounds in the Cascades and almost all of them in eastern Washington, nearly all of the low elevation campgrounds west of the Cascades remain open during the winter months. From the Columbia River Gorge to the Olympic Peninsula and up to the San Juan Islands, incredible adventures can be pursued year round.
That being said, western Washington is notorious for one thing, more than an other state, and that is RAIN! If you’re exploring the great outdoors any time in between October and June, you can count on liquid sunshine. In fact, some areas like Olympic National Park are best explored in [...]