Definition of campground in English:

campground

noun

North american
  • 1A place used for camping, especially one equipped with cooking grills, water, and bathrooms.

    • ‘While grownups prefer to sleep at boring old campgrounds, the younger folks are all about attending summer camps.’
    • ‘You can stay at one of the park's 10 campgrounds or camp in the backcountry.’
    • ‘Flush toilets and water are at both campgrounds.’
    • ‘The Rockies are home to several campgrounds, ghost towns, gold prospecting sites, and national parks.’
    • ‘Most of the campsites have electric hookups, and water is available throughout the campground.’
    • ‘It has tables, fire rings and water, and is adjacent to a state park campground with toilets.’
    • ‘I also spent a few summers working in a park mowing lawns, cleaning bathrooms and checking people into a campground.’
    • ‘Both campgrounds tend to fill up every day between late March and June and early September to mid-October, so it's a good idea to arrive early in order to get a site.’
    • ‘However, if you do build a campfire, make sure it's an environmentally secure campfire - use a fire pit at an established campground and put every ember out with water before you leave.’
    • ‘Perhaps the most unbelievable perk, however, is in store for me when I head down the path and step into what is normally the nadir of a campground experience - the communal bathroom.’
    • ‘It's all we got when we went camping as kids of course, we always camped in well-groomed provincial campgrounds.’
    • ‘After a gorgeous drive, past dozens of fruit orchards, I reached the campground.’
    • ‘Centrally located in the campground were toilets and potable water.’
    • ‘Even non-community supplies such as campgrounds and roadside motels with their own water supplies are covered by the regulations.’
    • ‘It is the most popular campground in the National Park.’
    • ‘Our family was camped on a ridge in the lower end of the campground when water, trees, mud, and rocks destroyed half of our tent and rendered our station wagon unmovable.’
    • ‘Inner-city youths go up to a campground up north to learn how to canoe and camp.’
    • ‘Wilderness campgrounds in national parks and forests offered much more privacy and seclusion than commercial RV parks, many of which were really just glorified parking lots.’
    • ‘All the other campers had gone to either river raft or kayak, and the campground was totally quiet, all you could hear were the crickets and an occasional moo from a cow.’
    • ‘Once the land is cleared, the 340 acres will probably become a campground, but that's not definite.’
    1. 1.1A place where a camp meeting is held.

Pronunciation:

campground

/ˈkampˌɡround/