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WE've been complaining for some time now about the fact that the campgrounds we visit are often fully reserved, and yet there are always quite a few open sites. Clearly, people are making campground reservations (sometimes at multiple locations) and then not showing up--and not bothering to cancel them.

Well, there it s new law in town

Best news is that if you fail to use a campsite and fail to notify them about it, you won't be allowed to make future reservations until you resolve the issue. This should help!

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