It is good for man to appreciate the great outdoors. Most of the times this is done by going camping. You should not just go out camping but make the experience worth it. This can be done through a number of things such as choosing the camping site. Select a campsite Be aware of widow makers. Dead trees can fall at any time and ruin a perfect camping trip. Downed limbs and debris around the site can be a good indicator of what’s to come. If you’re a walk-in (meaning that you arrive at the campground without a reserved site), be sure to survey the landscape. Nothing ruins a great camping weekend like loud neighbors. Know camping etiquette and expect it from your campground neighbors. Don’t be the one that pisses off their campmates. Many campgrounds have picnic tables and firepits.