Updated weekly More people than ever are taking up RVing. These newbies have determined that RVing is the safest way to travel in our pandemic times. The result is campground crowding like never before. In this weekly blog, RV Travel readers discuss their experiences. Maybe we can make some sense of this and find ways to work around the problem. Here are a few observations from our readers. Last weekend’s poll asked, “How do you feel about the influx of new RVers” – and Wow – there are a lot of comments! The poll results? 36 percent are not too happy about it and think that’s why it’s harder to find places to stay, 18% percent see it as a good thing and are happy to see others taking up the lifestyle, and 47 percent don’t care. A common thread among readers whether they were happy or not about new RVers was the overwhelming complaints about lack of campground etiquette. Some new RVers just don’t seem to get it. Commenter Goldie had this suggestion: “I’m not happy about it because of the lack of basic campground etiquette shown by many of those newcomers. I don’t know how that basic education should occur but it should be mandatory for new campers.” Linda S. sees the changes the influx of new RVers seems to have made: “Besides crowding in campgrounds, even more bothersome is that I am finding that there is a lack of etiquette and respect for the land, campground […]