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campsite

or camp-site

[kamp-sahyt] /ˈkæmpˌsaɪt/
noun
1.
a place used or suitable for camping.
Origin of campsite
1905-1910
An Americanism dating back to 1905-10; camp1 + site
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  • You cleared out a trail and a campsite, and then concealed it.

    The Lone Ranger Rides Fran Striker
  • Use only the wood that is stacked and marked “firewood” near your campsite.

  • So she said: How do we know this campsite is where we might wish to spend a summer?

    Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • No one can find as desirable a campsite without loss of time.

    Girl Scouts in the Rockies Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • Then they came upon the campsite of the outlaw, his last camping place before he turned back.

    On the Yukon Trail Roy J. Snell
  • From the front of this campsite one could see the cold forbidding peak of Tyndall Glacier.

    Girl Scouts in the Rockies Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • As soon as the campsite had been decided upon, the two guides told the scouts to clear away all excrescences from the ground.

    Girl Scouts in the Rockies Lillian Elizabeth Roy

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