Depends on the curfew ordinance of whatever municipality you and he happen to be in at the time.
Yah, curfew ordinances are funny things, eh? They're a law that treads on the line of Constitutionally protected liberties. We tolerate 'em as a society when they're used as a sort of response to loitering and mischief. Otherwise not so much. Kids who are asleep in tents at an approved campsite that they paid for (and where da park accepted their payment givin' 'em a contractual right) aren't likely to run afoul of curfew ordinances. If they do, they should assert their right to peaceably assemble...
Besides, by and large curfew ordinances are a feature of urban areas, not da rural areas with outdoors around that yeh actually want to camp in. Most of 'em have exceptions for errands and other activities done under the parent's direction, and many have exceptions for activity as part of a youth program of some sort.
Edited by Beavah, 05 July 2016 - 09:44 AM.