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  • n. Plural form of campsite.


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  • I have some friends that have only been camping in campsites until i took them back country camping at Land Between the Lakes.


  • Many visitors traveled on a budget, staying in campsites rather than hotels.

    Cody, Wyoming, home market feels pressure

  • The U.S. Forest Service campground at Dripping Springs (www. is closest to the fishing action, and the agency also maintains a limited number of isolated, boat-in campsites along the river.

    John Merwin Fishes America's Best Tailwater: Utah's Green River

  • When you call campsites, ask about driving time because this track is pretty much in the middle of nowhere.


  • They were most likely small, short-term campsites where individual families stayed; it wasn't the full-blown villages that have been found on Grand Island.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • Or encountered on summer campsites, which is where many of the astonishing 17 million French people said to partake in this most sociable of sports presumably indulge their passion.

    How boules got cool

  • We camped in the Fort Wilderness campsites, which is where I took the family in April


  • In the summer they travel in their cars and caravans and stay at designated "campsites" outside of the city limits.

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • The park is now considering setting up its own "semi-formal" campsites "where we can provide firewood, compost and toilet facilities while folk can still have the same experience.


  • Instead of showing you where the nearest sushi bar is, it lets you find more appropriate points of interests like trailheads, campsites and, if you're truly lost, information centers.

    Siri, Where's the Trailhead?


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