(Dec. 31, 2013) -- "His truck was there, his tent was there, and for a week that was going to be his residence," said Wolf's attorney. "His kitchen was outside over the fire. He would have a folding chair. That would have been his living room. So I would suggest that the entire camp space, not the campground, but that space that he had rented, is his residence." I am no lawyer, but such a ruling seems to put campground owners in a very uncomfortable position. If they lease space to an RVer or camper, what kind of restrictions can they place on campers when in their rented "homes." Can campground owners really dictate whether their guests have guns, can smoke, play loud music, or enforce a quiet hour?