Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Clean Campgrounds Going Extinct

Camping today isn’t what it used to be. And there’s no doubt that camping in the future won’t be anything like it is today. Right now, people are littering campgrounds with paper plates, plastic utensils, bottle caps, crushed troll dolls, beverage cans and all kinds of trash.

The rubbish is accumulating faster than our workers can clean it up.

Vince Johnson is a freelance writer and philosopher, wants to promote his dream of an “Adopt a Campground” program. It would be like the “Adopt a Highway” idea that has helped clean up thousands of miles of roadsides all over America.
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RV CAMPGROUND BASICS. There are an excess of 14,000 campgrounds available to go camping and Author Mark Polk explains the differences of public, private, membership parks, National parks etc. He also addresses How to find a park; All about campground directories and where to buy them; What to expect in each category, Campground etiquette; Reservation policies and much more. For more info go to Mark's Website

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