One of our first camping trips we encountered a family that pretty much resembled almost everything we dislike about other people when camping.
They started by pulling in late and setting up loudly. The next morning they started fishing..but before they threw fish food in the lake to attract fish.. worked well they caught about 30 fish in a short time and then started gutting them close to our campsite.
They took off and when returned they with a BB-Gun and started target practice 10 feet from our heads. In the evening they were blasting polish pop music while having a campfire that could have been visible from space.
On many other trips we encountered people just walking through your campsite so they don’t have to walk 20 more feet on their way to the bathroom. I tried to be subtle and put things in front of the “herd path” but they just walked around.
One time people walked 3 feet away from our table even commenting on our dinner as they walked by.
Music, don’t get me wrong, we enjoy listening to music when camping but we have it turned low so only we can hear it.. while people next door are blasting their music on a level that makes it hard to have a conversation.
Door slammers… I love them as much as I hate them… BEEP BEEP , Doors opens..SLAM…BEEP BEEP.. 15 seconds later BEEP BEEP , Doors opens..SLAM…BEEP BEEP…and repeat.
I am not sure where these people live that they have to lock their doors every time they get something but maybe they should learn how to close their car doors quietly.
We have Dogs and we don’t always clean up after dogs….if the dogs are 20 feet into shrubbery away of any sort of trail we don’t pick it up. If it’s visible on on the trail, lawn we do … We had people let their dogs take a dump on the lawn next to our campsite, wave to us and never pick it up…
Speeders..love people that go camping in their mustang leave 50 times a day what seems only to show off their “drifting” skills
Generators…I can see how AC is important to you , specially when being elderly or have young children.. but we have been to campgrounds where its not THAT hot and they ran the generator day / night… if lucky enough where they enforced quiet hours they ran them from the second they were allowed till the last moment they could.
Yellers…somewhat in line with the “music” except people. Families that communicate across 4 campsites by yelling back and fore.