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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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campgroundcamp‧ground /ˈkæmpɡraʊnd/ noun [countable]  American EnglishDLO an area where people can camp, often with a water supply and toilets syn campsite British English
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campgroundCampgrounds in Glacier National Park open in late May and early June.A campground, picnic tables, an equestrian center and a youth camp are among developments being talked about for the property.The tour includes easy hikes and family activities, all meals and campground accommodations.Despite the closure of nearly 18 percent of national forests in Arizona, developed campgrounds within those closed areas are open.In May, police launched Operation Park, increasing patrols of city parks and playgrounds that have become makeshift campgrounds.For climbing information the campground is the best source, and the only place to buy guidebooks.Camp greeter Alexandra made the campground her back yard.The narrow trail began at the end of the campground and meandered alongside Lime Kiln Creek.The rain which would turn their campground to mud, and fill the cisterns of Famagusta.
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