Music and Camping?

Discussion in 'Campground Etiquette' started by adkdave, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. BillyMc

    BillyMc Well-Known Member

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    I'm on that one hand.
     
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    I almost always have the pack radio off, unless we're out of camp or it's during the day and the camp is bustling. But, I have been known to play some tunes, but only loud enough to be heard from within our campsite. I get it, radios and the like can detract from the serene sounds of camping, even while in a SP or NP.
     
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    My rule is easy, I don't want sound, light, or smells going from one site to another.

    I do remember one night at Lost Maples State Park in Texas. A singer / guitar player was in the next campsite with his family sitting around the camp fire. I rarely speak up, I prefer to cowardly complain later on line. I finally walked over and asked him very politely to please play louder. We could barely hear him and damn he was good.
     
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