From the bloggers at Sunny Slope.
Experienced campers know that anytime there’s an actual shower in the vicinity, it’s a luxury. Depending on the type of camping you do, camping weekends are more likely to be spent staying dirty or taking a sponge bath at the most. If you have a campground with a shower, you’re in luck! They’re usually inexpensive and perfect for those who are more particular about cleanliness and hygiene.
But it’s not all marble floors and gold faucets at campground showers, so we threw together this handy list of tips for you to keep in mind when using your luxury in the woods.
The most important tip for using a campground shower is to bring along a pair of plastic sandals to wear. Not only are the floors usually dirty, but they can be contaminated with bacteria or funguses such as athlete’s foot and ringworm. Sandals will protect you from infection if such conditions exist. You don’t have to have a separate pair, your regular flip-flops will do.
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