I'm sure it's not the best way to do things, but the campground is a total wasteland when everyone leaves, there's just piles of shit everywhere. They have a lot of workers come through to clean stuff up, but I bet they'd prefer if you didn't leave things behind if possible.
2 years ago my car was one of the very last out of the campground on tuesday and it was a fucking mess. Hundreds of tents with sleeping bags left behind, coolers, food of all kinds, tarps, grills, anything people can bring there was left behind. That sight was really depressing and I highly encourage everyone to pack out what you bring with you. You do it when you go camping normally (or you ought to), why not do it at Sasquatch too?
Last Edit: Mar 14, 2013 15:00:41 GMT -5 by rustuuuu
Post by Richardina Koufey on Mar 15, 2013 14:19:04 GMT -5
Rolopen - I agree. There are some wonderful characters on here. Seems like a stellar group. All of this talk of the trashed campground, however, reminds me why I became a cowardly retreat-to-hotel-Sasquatcher years ago.
'Sasquatchers' do not retreat to hotels. We call those 'tourists'.
I know. I am fully aware that I should be ashamed of this, but I cannot lie. A bed and a shower are pretty nice at the end of a Sasquatch day. If it makes any difference, I'm seriously considering Wildhorse this year.
I absolutely love the experience of general camping, but I can see why someone would choose to stay away from it. Wildhorse seems to be a good middle ground between a hotel and the craziness of general camping.