Nostalgic baby boomers
These people actually have money, but for some reason have rose colored ideas of their childhood, when mom and dad used to take them to the KOA in Poconos. So they buy trailers that look like set pieces from Breaking Bad and drive across the country trying to relive “the simple life” -- forgetting of course that “the simple life” included stuff like no air conditioning, AM-only radio, and four-inch mattress pads. All of which are much easier to deal with when you’re eight than 65.
But not the charming, come-on-over-and-split-a-joint-while-we-jam-out-to-Dylan hippies. The off the grid, truly stinking hippies who always have the worst RVs. Or, more likely, a school bus.
The 40-year-old Eagle Scout
This guy in khaki shorts and pulled up socks with Timberlands is just a little TOO into birdwatching and tying knots for no reason. And there is a better-than-60-percent chance his name is “Steve.” He means well, as he over-enthusiastically tries to help you camp better, pointing out all the birds and weeds you can eat. But you you just came here to drink around a campfire, and really just wish he’d go away.