Friday, 27 May 2016 @ 15:15
Read How To Get Along With Your Neighbours
When experiencing a camping and caravanning holiday the last thing you want to do is fall out with your neighbours over noise, the kids, the dog or rubbish. So by following some simple etiquette tips everyone should be able to enjoy the holiday park and its facilities.
Being on holiday is really no different to being at home, being respectful to your neighbours is something we do every day without much thought and the same etiquette should be applied whilst on holiday. For example you wouldn’t walk through your neighbour’s garden to get to the shops quicker well the same applies when you are staying at a holiday park staying off other peoples pitches is common curtsy.
One of the main bug bares that people have when staying at a holiday park is noisy neighbours. The main objective for most people when they go to a holiday park is to get away from the noise of everyday life and enjoy the peace and quiet of the park.
Pitching by someone who insists on playing music/the tv loudly and thinks nothing of yelling “dinner time kids” at the top of their voices or letting the dog bark continuously isn’t going to go down well with the other campers who are looking for a restful holiday. Keep the noise down and think of others in the park.
Keeping your pitch clean and tidy is another must. You wouldn’t empty your dish water or scrap the left overs outside your back door or leave the rubbish there. So don’t do it on your pitch. This behaviour will attract a host of ants, wasps and rats and make you mighty unpopular with your holiday neighbours!
Finally whether you are camping in a caravan, motorhome or tent, leave the pitch just as you found it – unspoiled and as if you had never been there.
Follow Park Rules For A Happy Holiday….
- Read the parks rules before arriving this way you will know the parks expectations from its guests before you book your holiday.
- When setting up stay within in your pitch don’t encroach onto the pitch beside you.
- Park your car on your pitch.Observe the speed limit in the park.
- Do not empty hot water or food scraps onto the grass or gardens
- Use the laundry rooms for washing your clothes not the bathrooms.
- Respect others and keep noise to a minimum, this especially applies at night time.
- Keep your children under control.
- Keep your dogs on leads at all times.
- Don’t allow your dog to bark continuously.
- Always clear up after your dog.
- Clean up after you have used the toilet block / wash rooms / laundry rooms.
- Do not leave rubbish lying around the park use the bins provided.
- If you smoke, do not leave butts lying around.
By following these simple tips everyone will be able to enjoy their holiday side by side.