"flushed his black tanks on the ground"?!?!?!
Step 1. I'd be up at the management office looking for a new site and a serious discount if not refund.
Step 2. If step 1 was not forthcoming, refund and immediate departure.
Step 3. If after hours, call emergency line (campground), advise them that I am moving to any empty site I find, inform them I'll be by the office in the morning for a refund and immediate departure.
I would not deal directly with the irresponsible jerk in the site next to me. That's the campground management and local law enforcement's job. And to be quite blunt; I don't need the hassle. I'm at a campground to try and get away from the hassle, not find more.
It seems in recent years the campgrounds aren't what they used to be. Smaller sites, more people, ruder people, more drinking, louder, dirtier and just generally not a nice as it used to be.
Is it economics? People thinking camping is the "family" thing? People with more money than a clue? People looking for a place to "cut loose"? Just a ruder and more inconsiderate population as a whole? Dunno....but I do know I don't like it.....
This type of thing is why we're leaning more and more to "boondocking" style camping (IE: nature sites in the woods or by lakes, not Walmart!). We're slowly setting up the camper with battery banks, inverters, generator, solar, macerator for easier dumping access at home, etc.
It's also getting a short barrel 12 gauge loaded with rock salt, number 4 and two BB/buckshot loads; in that order. First one is noise and pain, second one is pain and blood, third and forth is a limb or head coming off. Try sneaking into my camper in the middle of the night because you think we're an easy mark out by ourselves all alone? Better think again buddy....this is one Canadian that is more fighter than politician....
well, it's also to scare off wild life if needed. Nothing worst than a bear nosing through your site and the stupid dog just won't shut up!
We like the thought of staying self contained, minimizing our footprint (as much as you can while getting 12-13 mpg towing a 35 foot trailer
) and getting lots of privacy and peace....much more relaxing and recharging.
That's what it's all about anyways, isn't it?