Your first night or two in a new place can be a little distracting for people who have trouble falling and staying asleep. It can happen in the campground, too, so the following tips may help you get a better night’s sleep from the very first night of your stay.
You’ll be hearing unfamiliar sounds for the first night or two but you’ll probably get used to it quickly. The neighbor’s dog may bark, or you might hear voices coming from a few campsites away. Hopefully these won’t interrupt your sleep but if they do you can try using white noise to cancel it out. A lot of people travel with a white noise machine. Most allow you to choose between gentle music and nature sounds such as rain or a gentle breeze.
Keeping a fan running is another trick that works well for most people. The quiet noise made by the fan blades can help mask sounds from around your campsite. You can also try avoiding caffeine after dinner and not staying up too late. Being over stimulated or over tired can cause difficulties falling asleep.
We hope every night of your stay is restful and refreshing. Try a few of these things if you have problems dropping off to sleep.