Campgrounds have public facilities for their customers. Usually, there are toilets, showers and sinks in a big building for everyone to use. And some of the larger provincial and state parks have dugout toilets scattered around for convenience, so you don’t have to rush down to the big building.
That’s great for daytime, but struggling in the pitch dark can be problematic. One way we find to overcome this battle is to bring along your own portable composting camping toilet.