UPDATE - To illustrate another challenge I hadn't considered. So, back in September, I rented a travel trailer (still haven't purchased a popup) and did some camping late September for a dog-related event near St. Louis, Missouri. Pretty decent campground and overall a nice trip. I brought my now three golden retrievers - used the portable fencing and essentially enclosed my campsite using the trailer and my truck as barriers. Overall, no issues until campers who brought their living rooms along with their kids set up in the space next to me. Ended up having words and a lot of hard feelings - principally, their kids kept coming into our campsite breaking limbs off the trees to burn and to see the dogs. Besides the obvious tree limb issue, the kids kept screwing around with the dogs - teasing them, etc. I finally had to tell the kids they were welcome to meet the dogs but otherwise they had to stop because the were encouraging my dogs to bark. Last thing I wanted were these kids to aggravate my dogs which would in turn aggravate the entire campground! This, in turn, pissed off the parental units. I ended up having to endure two days next to these chuckleheads when it finally ended with one of the kids running around after 11pm, tripping, and, apparently, the subsequent need to get to an urgent care facility. Sigh. I'm just getting back into the camping life - recently, rented a PUP and took 2 of 3 dogs, all golden retrievers. As I look to buy my first PUP and head out camping, I don't want to be THAT guy. For the record, I keep my dogs on a 6' leash, never walk without poop bags to curb my dogs. When I did my camping trip, I took along my X-Pens and kept my dogs "loose" in the enclosed area while I was at the campsite (cooking/tending the fire). Dogs were never left unattended except when I loaded them in my TV when I went to the shower/restroom to get cleaned up. Never had an issue and the camp hosts wandered over to talk to the dogs, visit, etc. Theoretically, I did everything right. That said, what am I missing? Of course I think my goldens are terrific. Two are therapy dogs/CGC certified; however, they are big (to some folks) and they will bark at something unusual - which is only one reason why they aren't left unattended. THAT dog owner frustrates me, you know the jerk that lets the dog bark incessantly, doesn't pick up poop, lets it run, etc., etc. I want to make sure I avoid even being considered like THAT guy. Don't want to start a war - just help me make sure I am as courteous as possible and perhaps even set a good example! Suggestions & recommendations to improve?