Camping is a time honored tradition. It has been survival in times past, it is survival for many in todays society, and yet for many more it is for pleasure. It is a time to feel a part of nature and the elements in the safe conditions of local campgrounds in the mountains, by the ocean, and the quiet beauty of the desert. Camping is different for each person, but one thing they all have in common is a love of the outdoors. If your camping experience has been tainted with loud or rude campers you know it can ruin the trip for everyone. If other campers are yelling at for being too loud or you are too willing to fight anyone in the campground then you might be part of the problem. You cannot use your enjoyment at the price of others. It does not take much to follow a few rules so everyone can enjoy the use of a local campground. Do not pitch you tent right next to someone in the next site. You want to leave enough space in between so you do not have to listen to each others night time bodily noises. It may be nature, but it is not the nature you came for. So space your site far enough away from other campers and avoid personal problems. Noise is a major concern in many campgrounds. Do not talk loud enough for the whole campground to hear. Keep your voice even and at a normal tone. If you must talk louder because of hearing issues then do it politely. Do not insult your camping partners or fight with them. Be nice and have fun. Use common sense when you drink. Do not get drunk and create problems within the campground. If you have a problem controlling your personality when drinking, then do not drink while camping. It is annoying and it is dangerous. Drinking too much when camping can lead to fights, injury while hiking and hypothermia during cold season camping. Getting drunk in the wild is for fools. It can also land you in the local jail. When you are ready to cook the nightly meal use caution and do not be a pest. Keep your fire small and in control. You do not have to smoke out the neighbors for a good meal. A campfire should be big enough for your personal use, but small enough to control with a little water and a handful of dirt in case of an emergency. You do not want to set the tree limbs above on fire. This is your way of preventing a forest fire and a heavy fine. Music is fine when camping out and enjoying a warm night of entertainment with friends. Provide your own music and keep it low. If you want to play loud music then you should not be camping in a local campground. Find yourself a spot in the forest or desert without anyone around for miles. Then crank it up and have a great time. Campers taste in music is as different of night and day and they may not like yours at all.