I used to camp alot, years ago (15-20). Figured it would be good to get back into with the family, so we bought a new popup. Our first trip was last weekend, and things have sure changed. Camping at a provincial park Bon Echo, Cloyne, Ontario), I expected it to be quiet, especially during an alcohol ban weekend, and camping at a site/area without services and surrounded by tents and a few campers with LED bars. Having 4 kids, 2 of them being 1 and 2, we go to bed fairly early as we're just exhausted by 8-9pm. Almost every 3rd/4th site had loud music blaring, dogs barking all night, people yelling. There were even fireworks. On registration, one guy was even trying to convince the attendant to let him run his generator all night.... There was noise until 12am and dogs on several sites barking ALL night. I couldn't sleep past 4-5am both mornings because of the dogs. Man, this is not what I remember camping to be, and I hope this is not indicative of most campgrounds/parks now, especially considering this one wasn't even close to any city.