This would not be a deal breaker if he were enforcing the same rules on the drunks that were screaming and hollering. We went to a state park last weekend that had very strict rangers, but honestly just doing their job. Our camping neighbors actually called the female ranger a "nazi b*tch" after she left. Had they been regular campers, or read the rules, they would have known they couldn't set up two tents in the buffer space between sites. They also had three total tents, when only two are technically allowed, so they should be happy she didn't call them on that rule. The tents in the buffer were on the opposite side from our site, and I have a feeling the lady over there went and told on them. The thing about the rangers in this particular park that made me chuckle was that they had a little police siren on their truck and golf cart. Before they would approach anyone for an infraction, they would hit the siren once, even though they were only a few feet away. It reminded me of a lifeguard blowing the whistle at people. We already knew the "siren" routine from seeing several people approached for various infractions in the day park area earlier. Scared the crap out of me the first time they did it.