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camp·ground

 (kămp′ground′)
n.
An area used for setting up a camp or holding a camp meeting.

campground

(ˈkæmpɡraʊnd) or

camp ground

n
a campsite

camp•ground

(ˈkæmpˌgraʊnd)

n.
a place for a camp or for a camp meeting.
[1795–1805, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.campground - a site where people on holiday can pitch a tentcampground - a site where people on holiday can pitch a tent
land site, site - the piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located); "a good site for the school"
Translations

campground

[ˈkæmpgraʊnd] N (US) → cámping m
References in classic literature ?
The tents are tumbling, the Arabs are quarreling like dogs and cats, as usual, the campground is strewn with packages and bundles, the labor of packing them upon the backs of the mules is progressing with great activity, the horses are saddled, the umbrellas are out, and in ten minutes we shall mount and the long procession will move again.
Taipei's Geotechnical Engineering Office (GEO), which manages the campground, said that many outdoor-minded citizens have already booked the campground to spend their Lunar New Year holiday, adding that roaming in forests and mountains is a very special way of welcoming the Lunar New Year.
We know that the phenomenal success weve had at KOA for the past 55 years is all due to the wonderful camping experiences our campground owners provide to our guests," KOA President and CEO Pat Hittmeier said in a prepared release.
Ljubaniste, Andon Dukov, Livadiste, Gradiste, Elesec, Krani, and AS near Struga and Skopje are part of the register of campgrounds run by the Ministry of Economy.
This is the first proposed camping fee increase since fees began at Kirby Cove campground in 1997.
Steven "Troy" Moody of Eugene was shot and killed by his friend Joshua Montez in a campground near the Blue River Lake about 1:30 a.
Fort Whaley Campground, located in nearby Whaleyville, MD was also part of the transaction.
She and other neighbors said the campground lacks security, and while police have downplayed the possible connection between the violence and the campground, residents argued that the facility is "the common denominator.
This is particularly relevant in Joshua Tree National Park, San Bernardino and Riverside counties, California, given that there are > 1,200,000 visitors each year, 54% of which spend [greater than or equal to]1 night in the campgrounds (Y.
Around 200 new recreation vehicles will be on display; a log with exhibit booths featuring parts and accessories, information on campground information, on-site RV financing and RV rentals.
Plus, when you visit a DEC campground, you're supporting the local businesses and economy, and that makes dollars and sense
Our goal for this Application and Website," continued Don Sumner, "is to eventually have this website be a very comprehensive and easy-to-use Campground reference, with listings for all U.