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[ kamp-ground ]


  1. a place for a camp or for a camp meeting.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of campground1

An Americanism dating back to 1795–1805; camp 1 + ground 1

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The pandemic has closed the island’s state and federally run campgrounds to tent and car camping, so we booked our first four nights in and on the way to Hana through Hipcamp, an outdoor sharing website that includes public and private land.

None of the campgrounds have showers, but pay showers are available just outside Blackwoods and Seawall and at the Schoodic Institute on the peninsula.

The Loj site, owned by the Adirondack Mountain Club, also rents campgrounds, as well as rooms in a rustic 1927 lodge, with shared bathrooms and a home-cooked breakfast.

While some campgrounds are closed, quite a few are open all winter, including Willow Wind RV Park in Hurricane, just outside of Zion National Park.

At just 200,000 acres with a single road delivering you directly to trailheads and campgrounds, it’s easy to see the highlights in little time.

Cruce operates the Iron Hill Campground on the other side of the highway.

MacDonald is believed to have been living in a campground in Portugal when McCann disappeared.

He was working in Murfreesboro, Tenn., at an outdoor campground and four in the afternoon next to the beer truck.

Israel high-tailed it to a campground in western Massachusetts, where he began to grow a beard.

Indeed, a man in dark dress clothes—not the usual campground garb—was spotted searching the area.

Draw the belt tighter, my son, and hew me out this tree that is fallen across the road, for our campground is not here.

Its tenting once more on the old campground for us, fellows.

Both chalet and campground guests avail themselves of the opportunity to meet for pleasure and instruction under the stars.

Of course we didn't believe it, but last night we went to a picnic at the Old Mine Campground, and we saw it too!

We had a fine campground, stretching from Fourteenth street through to Seventh, well adapted to drill and parade purposes.


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