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Old 05-27-2015, 04:41 PM   #51
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1. Cigarette smoke anywhere

2. People who have no respect for others

3. Campfires left burning unattended

4. Tow vehicles or golf carts left hanging out over the road (when not unhooking or hooking up) making it difficult for those trying to get a rig into a site

5. Vehicles flying through campgrounds
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Old 05-27-2015, 04:50 PM   #52
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Having a vehicle on either side of you and a boat parked on the street across from you making it impossible to pull out and no one is home to move them.
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Old 05-27-2015, 04:58 PM   #53
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Yes, not picking up your dog's poo is BIG pet peeve of ours. We have tiny dogs (chihuahuas) and would never even think about not picking up their poo.

Also, many places have public picnic areas and it's disgusting when people leave dirty diapers, beer cans, etc. all over the place.
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I'm sure this may hit a nerve with a few of you but here goes:

Campers that bring their gas powered golf carts and drive them all over the place and past my campsite dozens of times a day.

Turbs, where were you when I needed you on my last trip?

Could not agree with you more on that. I want to get away for the peace and quiet and relax, not hear and smell people going by on their carts 4 times in an hour.

Dont get me wrong, I have one that my late wife used for mobility reasons and I use for towing the tote tank but when people just go joy riding and doing laps around the campground, I want to get a nice big knife out and start slashing tires.
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I'm sure this may hit a nerve with a few of you but here goes:

Campers that bring their gas powered golf carts and drive them all over the place and past my campsite dozens of times a day.

Turbs, where were you when I needed you on my last trip?
We once stayed at a campground where driving around on the golf cart seemed to be the main activity for most people. Kids, adults, everyone seemed to just be riding around all day. If you went for a walk, they acted like you were in their way. The golf cart parade started first thing in the morning and went on long into the evening.

We have stayed at places where people clearly had a physical need and used the golf cart to get around. I get that and think it's awesome. Just don't understand the all day joy riding and racing, especially with the kids. Adults with alcohol all evening are no better.
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Yes, not picking up your dog's poo is BIG pet peeve of ours. We have tiny dogs (chihuahuas) and would never even think about not picking up their poo.
The wife and I share a saying "The larger the dog, the less likely it is to get picked up after".
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Old 05-27-2015, 05:25 PM   #57
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1) Noise that prevents me from enjoying my campsite.

2) My campsite being used as a shortcut especially when the person cuts through between the picnic table & trailer.

3) Very young kids running amuck without supervision.
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People that drag out everything they own and spread it out all over the place.
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The wife and I share a saying "The larger the dog, the less likely it is to get picked up after".
We had two dogs, a 6 pound Yorkie (Missing him so much) and a 80 pound Boxer. We always picked up after both of them, didn't matter if it was at a campground, at a rest stop, on the side of the road or in our own back yard. They are our kids and it is our responsibility to clean up after them. I see many campers / travelers with animals that walk away after there animals take a dump and never look back. I have mentioned it to a few, even offered a poop bag and was quickly told it was none of my business. One woman told me that if it bothered me so much I could pick it up myself. So rude and sooo inconsiderate of others.
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X2, I do not have a dog for a reason, plus the neighbor that lets it poop on your site and thinks you are not looking. I guess he'll wonder how all that poop got under HIS picnic table!
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