These lucky, mysterious nomads tend to never be around when you need them... but none-the-less, a camp host is the "mother bird"... you can buy fire wood and sometimes other goodies, you can complain about your neighbors and ask them which pizza place delivers to the campsite. Befriend them!
Now wouldn't that be cool if you book a campsite and you get a date! LOL... Hook-ups mean that you have access to an electrical box... charge your cell phone, electric water kettle (for quick morning coffee), and mood lighting.
Primitive campsites have no running water or electricity; some don't have restroom facilites; and some don't allow you to build a fire. So if you camp in an RV, then you are not primitive camping. Double, triple check if you want this kind of an experience (recommend graduating to this level).
Nope. This is not a life line in which you can call a guy when help you. A guy line is the cable that you tie from the tent to the stake to create tension; aka more stability.
Leaving behind no trace of where you have been can be tricky. It's much easier when camping. The whole premise here is... what you bring in, must go out. Let's preserve our local environment!
You see them... now you don't! You know those little bugs, gnats that seem to be right in your face, by your head, in your food and of course, at the top of your tent mesh at night? No-See-Ems. Yep! Camping slang for small bugs.
In the camping community - not adolescence - "developed" is a god-send to a newbie camper. Developed campgrounds take reservations, have bathrooms, fire pits and rangers or campground hosts to help you when needed. Truth... I'm not a newbie and love developed campgrounds. They make me happy!