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- North American term for campsite
- ‘It was more of a campground than it was a school, but the facilities were used for school purposes.’
- ‘Heather walked into the campground, seeing it was deserted.’
- ‘He pointed to a little campground with a designated campfire place and some benches.’
- ‘Summer homes and area campgrounds had to be evacuated.’
- ‘A few years later, Camp Roosevelt enrollees also developed the forest for outdoor recreation by building hiking trails, campgrounds, and visitor comfort stations.’
- ‘A few lights from campfires at the canyon campground flickered in the distance.’
- ‘In summer, beaches along the Baltic Sea, seaside resort towns, and lakes, forests, and campgrounds in the countryside are visited by vacationing Lithuanians.’
- ‘Officers then made the rounds to area resorts and campgrounds to warn tourists of the attack and possible presence of the big cat.’
- ‘Overnight accommodations range from hotels and inns to cottages and campgrounds.’
- ‘We'd left early in the morning, so it was just past noon when I pulled into our campground.’
- ‘At Gold Bluffs Beach campground, 25 campsites hunker in the dunes, with a tent-flap view of powerful waves.’
- ‘The lake has two boat ramps popular with anglers in summer and a campground with a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and a basketball hoop.’
- ‘In addition, there are a plethora of villas, three campgrounds and quaint bed-and-breakfast inns.’
- ‘Many visitors to the park were turned away from campgrounds over the weekend due to rotating strikes by employees.’
- ‘We'd sleep in the car, at campgrounds, in the motor home, and in cheap motels.’
- ‘The lake has several exceptional lakeside resorts, along with eight developed public campgrounds.’
- ‘Saturday nights at the campground were always the same.’
- ‘The resorts, which range from campgrounds to luxury hotels, often welcome yachters, and several of them offer either moorings or marina accommodation, at a price.’
- ‘You may camp with your horse in the campground by either using the hitching posts located throughout the campground or by using picket or high lines, taking measures to ensure that horses don't eat or damage the trees.’
- ‘We keep a notebook in the glove compartment to record the gas mileage, the name of a favorite restaurant, or a campground we wished we could have stayed in.’
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