From the bloggers at Yahoo Travel.
You don’t have to be Bear Grylls to enjoy a good camping trip, there are options for every camping skill level and travel taste. Campground camping is distinguished from wilderness camping by the presence of facilities and designated campsites.
Campground choices range from RV parks to cabin resorts to the bare basics often found at national forest campgrounds. Whatever your camping preferences, here are the thirty worst moves you can make at a campground.
Camping can be relaxing…just be sure to follow these rules.
Fail to give someone your camping itinerary
Before you set out on your adventure, be sure to let someone know the particulars. What may seem like a silly precaution could actually save your life.
Forget to bring insect repellant
It does not matter where your camping trip takes you. There will be insects and you should arm yourself appropriately.
Assume that there will be toilet paper
Pack your own roll. It’s the first rule of camping.
Assume that there will be running water
Depending on the season and the type of facility you choose, it is possible that you need to bring your own water, perhaps even your own potty.
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