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. Heed these rules of campground etiquette and you’re sure to maintain good relations with those around you.
Respect others’ space
While we have for the most part escaped the days of social distancing, people still appreciate their space being respected. That 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.