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  • Great advice for a problem all of us have experienced (more than once, for us full-timers)! Unfortunately, some campground/RV park owners/managers prefer not to deal with these issues (I blogged about a particular situation some time ago), which is really sad, and leaves us, in these cases, with the only other option: honest reviews at review sites that mention the excessive noise and the lack of response by those who are supposed to enforce the rules.

  • If it’s an owner that won’t deal with it, you can always advise them that you are going to do a write up to give them bad PR. If it’s a popular site, they may not care, but at least you will warn others. (Hint…you may want to tell them that as you are leaving to ensure it’s not you getting the boot).

    If it’s a camp manager, make sure that you complain to the owners or the provincial, national,or state parks system – hopefully, they will award the contract next time to someone that does care.

  • We had a noisy camper and we ended up going to the park manager about it. They had on site security and we told them we are trying to sleep. So we drove back to our site and went back to bed. 10 minutes later we heard this banging noise on their trailer which scared the girls inside who were making this racket. Come to find out the girls were under age and no idea where the parents where. After 11. Interesting. Needless to say the noise stopped and who knows if they knew we tattled.

  • We complained to the park personal about people passing trough our lot and we were told to call the owner of the lot we had rented to install a fence. Talk about going nowhere