QUOTE(jillmaui @ Jun 9 2007, 02:12 PM)
It may be just me, but when I have a really bad experience in a park, I go to management to let them know what the problem is so they can take action to correct it if they feel it is a legitimate problem. I try to do it while the problem is active. If you are complaining a bout a noisy camper, don't wait till the next day when everything is nice, if they try to talk to the people they will just deny it, but if you have them come to the site while it is happening, no one can deny it. If there is a clogged toilet, let them know as soon as you see it so they can take action. Why would you wait til you were ready to leave then say the restrooms were messy? Give them the opportuniy to make it right, if they don't, if they ignore the situation, then review it poorly. But if you say the restrooms were a mess, but as soon as we told them, they sent some one to fix it, well, then they are responding appropriately. Most parks have regular cleaning schedules, if someone makes a mess between cleanings, I am sure they would like to know. So tell them in a nice way, hey someone wrote I Love Jimmy in poop on the walls of the thrid stall in.
Then you can deal with the response from the campground face to face!