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campground

[kamp-ground] /ˈkæmpˌgraʊnd/
noun
1.
a place for a camp or for a camp meeting.
Origin
1795-1805
1795-1805, Americanism; camp1 + ground1
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  • Three old bulls, grazing near a primitive campground, have lost half their winter coats.
  • All data is updated to reflect road closings, new trails, and campground relocation.
  • But before experiencing the lake's legendary buoyancy for yourself, locate the campground with working showers.
  • In addition to several accommodations options, there is a campground.
  • It is not a campground, a homeless shelter, a shooting gallery for drug addicts or a political platform.
  • No usage of firearms, chainsaws or fireworks in campground.
  • campground and sites will open as snow removal progresses.
  • Every campground is located on a river or lake, providing excellent access to fishing, boating and canoeing.
  • However, a valid wilderness permit is required to stay at the campground.
  • Wind surfing boating, fishing and swimming are some of the many activities that can be enjoyed from this campground.

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