American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An area used for setting up a camp or holding a camp meeting.
- n. An area where tents are pitched.
- n. An area where a camp meeting (a retreat) (trail ride and party) is held.
- n. a site where people on holiday can pitch a tent
- camp + ground (Wiktionary)
“First, the word campground is somewhat of a misnomer, as some RV parks resemble a campground as much as a convenience store resembles an urban supermall.”
“This campground is a national park and is beautiful with a huge canopy of trees and a large lake.”
“The campground is on the beach, but is very shady, as the land was originally part of a coconut plantation.”
“By the way, the campground is now a housing develoment!”
“The campground is about 27 miles west of Cody near the Wapiti Ranger Station.”
“In fact, in our newest contract with the Tennessee Valley Authority, we actually have rebuilt the entire park and campground from the ground up.”
“Quiet time in the campground is 11: 00 p.m. until 8: 00 a.m.”
“Wildlife officials were inspecting the campground, which is run by the U.S.”
“The campground were the bodies were found is about 15 miles from the Tech campus.”
“In reality, Mr. Israel had driven only about 115 miles to the campground, which is near the border of Connecticut and Massachusetts.”
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