The worst thing I've ever seen in a campground was in the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. Some COMPLETE JERK brought a portable 12-foot movie screen, digital projector, surround sound speaker system with a 1,000,000,000,000-watt amplifier* and a huge generator to run the whole thing. He did not ask the rest of us if we wanted a movie. He just started playing a two-hour flick at 9:45 in the evening. Quiet hours started at 10:00 but he figured it wasn't dark enough until then. He thought this was absolutely the coolest thing one could do while camping. The fact that several of us expressed our unhappiness with the situation did not dampen his enthusiasm one whit. Of course, there were no rangers or hosts where we could lodge complaints. The ranger just showed up once a day in mid-morning to collect money from the locked pipe at the entrance. I go to primitive camping places to enjoy nature and avoid this kind of stuff. I want to see the stars and listen to the wind and the coyotes yipping in the distance. If I want to see a movie in surround sound I'll stay home and play one on my 60" TV. If I want a place lit up like a truck stop I'll go to a truck stop. This oaf should have gone to one of those private CGs where partying is the thing they do. He should have known better than to bring that stuff into the desert and he certainly should have been considerate enough to stop when several people asked him. * Perhaps I have exaggerated slightly but it sure seemed like that!