campground

[kamp-ground]
noun
a place for a camp or for a camp meeting.

Origin:
1795–1805, Americanism; camp1 + ground1

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Example sentences
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.
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