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post Mar 1 2004, 01:00 PM
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Has this site ever had a campground owner challenge an entry regarding their campground? What is the policy of this website regarding the specific privacy of the people that post reviews? If challenged, does this site have specific information to determine who a review provider is such as IP address, etc.?

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post Mar 4 2004, 09:32 AM
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QUOTE(partyof5 @ Mar 2 2004, 07:07 AM)
What is a bad campground to one person, may be a favorite of another.  We all look for different things in a campground.

I agree with your statement. When I was looking through the reviews, for example, there is a particular campground review that had several thumbs up ratings and a few thumbs down ratings and the thumbs down opinions were because of policies regarding pets...well, if you don't have any pets then that would not be a problem...but, nonetheless, those thumbs down reviews do help give information that is helpful to those owning pets. However, I don't believe those who give their opinions on the campground just based on that one issue should post something like..."this place is horrible"...when they're only basing their opinion just on the pet policy. The same goes for those, and I've seen quite a few posts here, who seem to have a problem with seasonal campers and the condition of their site/trailer....saying they're beautiful or they're trashy...does that really make a difference? It's the people who make the difference...I've met seasonals who have beautiful sites and they're the rudest people I've ever met...then I've met those whose sites aren't the most attractive, but they're the nicest people you ever want to meet. I don't see anything wrong with camping among seasonals...I don't hold anything against them for wanting to stay in one place as I hope they don't hold anything against me for wanting to go and sample lots of places. So, when I see posts, that say seasonal sites are "beautiful" or seasonal sites are "trashy", I usually overlook those unless they have something specific to say about the people who are camped at those spots. smile.gif
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