I am sure that one causes the other…unless your break is drowned out.
I’m just thinking of you poor families living in the northern regions where snow hasn’t melted off your lawn yet and the kids are crying, “when can we go camping?!”
Find that camping checklist or make a new one.
You’d be surprised how many people show up in a campground without the basics: axe, matches/lighter, flashlight, can opener, etc.
If tent camping is your deal, set up the tent in the backyard (or living room) before you head to the campground. Tents are really of no use without poles.
When camping with your kids, consider a campground with an on-site host. Hosted campgrounds are generally more family-friendly. The rowdies tend to go somewhere else where no one will be complaining about their inconsiderate behavior.
Check out American Land & Leisure for some of the friendliest campground hosts you’ll find in the US. Choose a state under FIND OR RESERVE YOUR SITE. Many of their campgrounds begin opening in April; some are open year-round.