Okay, I have to vent a little on one of my pet peeves. I normally try to camp only during the week days to avoid noisy and congested campgrounds. I camped last week and it was very nice. There were only 9 sites occupied out of 38 sites in the loop. This applied until Friday night. I was expecting more campers and several units came in as expected. What bugged me was another PUP came in and, having a choice of several sites and many with nice large sites and no one next to them, the guy decided to camp right next to me and parked his PUP right next to mine within 10' of my back awning. The sad thing about it was he was supposed to set it up on another site for his BIL (he wasn't even staying) and he decided he wanted to park it next to ours since it was easier for him to park it next to the road. Their awning was about three feet from ours even though the site was over 85' long and almost forty feet wide. Not only did we get to hear their normal conversations, We got to listen the BIL that was not staying, give a loud, long and detailed instruction on how to setup and take down the PUP. Also included was a Pug mix dog that liked to wander off ( no leash of course). We got to listen to "Shara.... GETBACKHERE... SHARA... GETOVERHERE SHARA! SHARA BAD GIRL. I guess my question is . WHY do people do this? Lots of very nice sites to choose from and they end up almost on top of us. It was only for one night but I think next time, we'll leave before Friday. They were nice people but I really didn't want any tent buddies.