I definitely learned a lot from the Young-Pen family staying at my camp. I wanted to be generous with the use of parking for their additional guests (an entire other family in an RV) but I found it very rude that they plugged into my outside outlet without asking and ran their air conditioner all day and night. Camps do not usually come with linens, but because they were traveling across country I did offer them. Camps also do not come with every single item you could need- you may have to buy your own soap, it's not a hotel! I said in the beginning that I do not keep track of the propane. There is a grill there for you to use or not use. I can't find any where on my site where it says the kayaks come with the camp. I gave them a check because I let them stay later and I could not be around to inspect the camp with their being there- based on the way they were behaving, I did not know what to expect.
In the end it all seemed to work out. And, I would like to add, that they left the camp cleaner than anyone ever has and that was really appreciated.