Originally Posted by BoilermakerU
People trashing camps, not using groovers, leaving piles of ashes, etc.
People "poaching" camps (recognizing they are first-come, first-served) and getting into fights over them.
Dog controversies (mostly put-in and take-out I assume, but at adjacent camps as well).
There are plenty of threads on the topic.
Appreciate the insight. I'm not going to attempt browsing this site built on 15-year-old web technology for anymore insight on the topic. I guess I'll just prepare myself for an influx of inconsiderate idiots on the upper colorado.
Why can't some simple signs note the suggested rules:
-Pack it in, pack it out.
-Use a groover.
-Campsites are first come, first serve.
-Respect the privacy of others. Most people aren't on the river looking for a city experience (aka "fuck you, I have enough friends").
-If you must be social, keep it short.
-If your dog is not friendly, don't let him become the terror of the campground, defending your turf like the mongrel he/ she is.
-Bring a firepan or use the most obvious fire pit, don't create a new one. Call everyone you see violating this rule a "fuckehead" and put their picture on mtnbuzz