1. Confiscatory taxation of UTVs (side-by-sides), ATVs, etc. At the very least, make this apply to Oklahoma and Texas license plates.
2. Deposits of 25 cents on throw-away beverage and water containers.
3. No electrical amplification of sound (aka, music) at campgrounds NOR IN CARS in the campground. No bongo drums.
4. Lock gate of campground at sunset. At Thursday noon, lock the gate until Sunday noon.
5. Campground speed limit of 5 mph. Mechanisms should enforce this speed limit -- something that does severe damage to the tires would be ideal.
6. Inverter-generator usage should be restricted to an hour at breakfast and an hour at the evening meal.
7. Anti-bark collars on dogs.
These seven measures would go a long away towards making Coluhraduh camping less disgusting. They might sound a little draconian, but considering that Scenery Tourism is the first thing that needs to be locked-down during the upcoming Planet-wide Climate Lockdown, these steps are the lesser of two evils.
You might argue that a positive approach would be better than a 'ban this, ban that' approach. Very well then, there should be a new free dot gov site that maintains a well-indexed database of high-resolution landscape photographs. Access should be free and universal. It should have the capability of streaming.