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campsite

[kamp-sahyt] /ˈkæmpˌsaɪt/
noun
1.
a place used or suitable for camping.
Also, camp-site.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10, Americanism; camp1 + site
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  • Our campsite for the night loomed above us, a three-hour climb away.
  • From your campsite, spot steep-walled canyons and crimson-colored rocks.
  • Stick some steaks in your cooler along with this savory butter to take to the campsite.
  • Our car is roomy, but not for packing a full-bore campsite.
  • The whole little mountain lake was surrounded by foothills, and our campsite was right alongside.
  • Early visitors to the campsite got the best locations and power connections.
  • There are occasional views and campsite-friendly lakes.
  • We must have been operating under a high level of stress to decide this place was a worthy campsite.
  • Access is only available with a campsite reservation or backpacking permit.
  • Leather sidewalls and outsoles are durable enough to wear at a campsite, but soft enough for indoor wear.

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