Originally Posted by kclowe
THIS!!! What does that mean?
If it is against the rules, then I will stop doing it. I haven't seen any rules about it. Anyone else seen anything?
It means that this is what I would like to see. I appreciate that you would share your site when the river is crowded and you are not at your camp. I also appreciate cocktails.
Here are the rules:
Observe Camping Stay Limit: from April 1 to August 31 it is 7 days, and from September 1 to March 31, it is 14 days. Campers must relocate at least 30 miles and may not return within 30 days to a previous campsite. Camping is for recreational purposes only. Personal property may not be left unattended on public land for longer than 24 hours!
So lapping doesn't break the rules and sharing is fantastic!
if you leave your camp along this stretch of river
, during the busy season
, you forfeit the right to keep the site all to yourself. Setting up a "riverside backcountry base camp" for multiple days while you lap this stretch is frustrating for folks that want to have a simple multiday trip down
the river. Getting along is going to be alot easier than getting a permit (see where this could go?).
Mojitos? I'll bring the rum.