This may be just a pet peeve of mine about respecting a little space between yourself and the next camper but here goes... For a little background we have camped for decades in remote areas by backpack but as we are much older now we finally bought (and then seriously upgraded) an "off road" pop-up so we can go remote as we always have without having to "hump" all our gear and food anymore. As a result, we now go much earlier and later in the season than ever before but....we live in the Rockies so we have opted to use campgrounds as early as February and as late December when you just can't get into the high country anymore. Okay...so on to the problem we have had increasingly that makes me wonder about thought process of some campers and the need to be close to another camper. Just a couple of weeks ago (weekday) we went to a lake (Prewitt Reservoir, look it up on Google maps) and found a spot about mid point on the lake...not another soul was there and it was cold and windy. The second night, well after dark a truck and camper found it's way within 25 yards of us and set up (again, the whole lake is deserted...plenty of room). The next morning we discover that these bozo's are hunters and at 6AM they are standing at the lakes edge in front of my trailer (hiding behind the trees) to hunt! I mean...can you get any more intrusive and just plain stupid? A couple of weeks prior to that at another lake (again...not a soul anywhere) a couple pull into the adjacent camp site there were three separate areas available with about 100 spaces in each (and again, all empty)...was that really necessary?. This summer in some very remote areas this also occurred when I know there was not another soul for miles in any direction. All I can say is when I go somewhere and see someone in a good spot I say "good for you" and move on and let them enjoy it....why crowd anyone else when there are miles or acres you can easily place between yourself and the next guy?