motor camp

motor camp

n
(Automotive Engineering) NZ a camp for motorists, tents, and caravans
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In Hokitika, Jacquie Grant's Place (known as the "Tranny Granny," Jacquie Grant was the nation's second transsexual elected to public office) is a three-unit motel and motor camp (8 Greyhound Rd., 011-64-3-755-6550).
For two consecutive nights the researcher feels that his sleep has been 'just a repeat' and 'a fading duplication'; then, on the third night, in a 'spermy bunk' at the Opoutama motor camp, 'his sleep is authentic' (307-08).
Gisborne is at the heart of Chardonnay country and we stayed on the caravan park at the side of the Showgrounds Park Motor Camp.
While the "worst of the worst"--such as William Bell and Graeme Burton--are held in draconian conditions in Paremoremo, most sentenced prisoners live in what could best be described as spartan but secure motor camps.