Showers at campgrounds are generally on a first-come, first-served basis. Many of these showers operate the same way as residential showers.
Every now and then, however, you will find campgrounds with fee-based showers. At these showers, campers must insert a quarter into a slot and receive a few minutes of water in return.
Some showers attempt to conserve water by asking the user to push a button every 30 to 60 seconds.
How do you take a shower at a campsite?
Taking a shower at a campsite means packing your things and taking everything you need to the campsite showers. Depending on the campsite, these are individual shower rooms or gender-specific bathrooms with shower stalls.
In either case, when showering at the campground, be considerate of other campers and be as efficient as possible. You don’t want to waste water or take up more time than necessary.