WASHINGTON — Camping can be a relaxing time away with family but sometimes it goes horribly wrong.
Andrew McDougall, a Parks Victoria senior ranger, said, ‘‘Over Easter we can have 200 to 300 campers per campground with some parks hosting several thousand. For campers to coexist peacefully the camper code needs to be observed: Respect, personal space, courtesy, self-awareness and treating others how you like to be treated.”
Other advice Mr McDougall has is:
- Give people space. If you are on a remote beach, don’t set up your tent right next to that young couple at the end of the beach. In a crowded caravan park, don’t traipse through your neighbor’s outdoor lounge area.
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