Respect for the RV campground- East Texas Camping
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Respect for the RV campground- East Texas Camping


Respect for the RV campground- East Texas
Camping http://www.campingineasttexas.com
Hey its Melissa here, you know, I remember as a kid, my folks taking us out camping was
some of the best vacations we had as a family, and I love taking my boys out to do the same.
Some of our best times have been spent in the local campgrounds of east Texas. Over
the years, I have gained some pretty good insider tips that have helped lots of people,
and today, I want to share one with you. Alot of people do not respect other peoples
property these days. Have you thought about when that candy wrapper hits the ground, who
has to pick it up. What about the trash that is left behind in the fire pit. Someone at
the campground has to go behind and clean all that up. Is that fair to them, or to the
camper coming into the site directly behind you if the campground workers do not get it. When on your next campout, make sure you take
a few minutes to educate your family and friends on what is or is not expected out of you.
Make sure to teach todays youth about the importance of respecting the campground, and
the campground employees. Our guidance is more important today then ever before. If you or someone you know is looking for
the perfect camping park, campsites, RV park, or lodging facilities then I invite you to
visit YouTube.com/campingtx for additional tips and ideas that can make it the best experience
ever. I’ve also got a gift for you that I think can help you avoid a forgetful moment
that could ruin your camping trip before it ever gets started. i have developed a checklist
of the essential items you are likely to need before you go camping. If you go to http://www.campingineasttexas.com,
you can request a copy of the “Disaster or delight-Must Have Items” checklist. It’s
free and I hope it helps. If you’re ever in the Tyler, Texas area or have questions
even though you’re not, feel free to call some of my friends over at Lake Palestine
Resort they are great folks and can be found at http:// www.lakepalestineresort.com

One Comment

  • BillGoudy

    Excellent topic Mellissa!  How about talking about campfire etiquette…  Not burning trash in the fire ring… being considerate for the next camper that may want to cook on that fire ring… Tossing cigarette butts in and around the fire pit ..  etc… 😉 Thank you! 😉

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