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Good RV Etiquette Helps Everyone Enjoy the RV Park

Filed under: Thoughts on RVing — Rod Kellar @ 8:38 am July 9, 2014

The large RV sites provide ample space for you and your guestsAre you new to RVing or are you an old hand? We know most RV parks are well run, but are they all the same? Many times, it is not just the park but the campers that make a difference  of a great stay or terrible memories. At Lassen West Village, we have created an RV Park that encourages the best of RVing. We know you are here to enjoy nature, good friends, make some new friends and take advantage of the peacefulness of the Northern California Mountains.

So, we thought we would take just a minute and review the basics of good campground etiquette, and of course our Village rules and management will help everyone enjoy their stay.

  1. First, if you are an late arrival or an early checkout, make sure you make arrangements with the Village management and try to minimize the amount of camp setup or breakdown you need to do. This can include avoiding loud voices, slamming doors idling your RV or truck engine.
  2. Second, we recommend that you introduce yourself to your neighbors as soon as it is polite to do so. It is a great place to start, by simply saying hello after you secured your new RV site. This not only makes for a more enjoyable stay but increases park security when you are away from your RV.
  3. Third, respect your neighbor’s RV site. It’s always best to avoid walking through other RV sites unless your are invited. We have tried to make accessing the Village amenities easy to get to without having to take shortcuts.
  4. Fourth, we love pets and enjoy meeting new pets. We encourage you to always pick up after your dog as soon as possible. Having a scoop or plastic bag handy makes cleaning up an easier chore. Remember, you can buy special dog poop bags at most pet supply stores.
  5. Fifth, keep it quiet especially late after 10pm or early in the morning. We all love our music, but not everyone shares our individual tastes. Respect your neighbors and keep the radios, stereos and TVs turned to an appropriate volume. It is always a great idea to ask your neighbors if you are playing something too loudly.
  6. Sixth, enjoy your pets and help others to enjoy them too. It is best to keep your pet on a leash at all times while you are in the Village. Many people enjoy animals, but most prefer to not have your pet running through their RV site. Also, be aware of excessive barking and avoid leaving a dog that howls when alone.
  7. Seventh, keep your RV site clean. Please don’t leave trash for someone else to cleanup. Trash can encourage unwanted animal visitors or create unpleasant smells and unsightly Village. Please take your trash to the available trash containers as often as is appropriate.

Of course, if you have any issues or concerns, please see the Village management and let us help to work out any of your issues or concerns. It is our desire to provide you with a pleasant and memorable visit in the beauty and serenity of the Cascade Mountains of Lassen County.

Rod Kellar (12 Posts)

Rod Kellar is an experienced professional in the hospitality industry. He has managed several Casino and Resort facilities and is now turning his expertise to his second love of RVing. He is an avid history buff and loves the great outdoors, all of which help him promote the many spectacular attractions in and around Lassen County.