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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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campsitecamp‧site /ˈkæmpsaɪt/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDLO an area where people can camp, often with a water supply and toilets syn campground American English2 American EnglishDLO a place, usually within a campground, where one person or group can camp syn pitch British English
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campsiteOfficials said 60 of the 240 campsites in the Upper Pines campground are unusable.From the ton of stuff littering the area, this was clearly a campsite.Wilson trail to the summer inns and campsites above Sierra Madre.You can buy maps and guides from campsites in the country areas.I knew it was at the Lopez campsite, which was only about 100 yards from us.They are clearly marked on the map from the campsite.Their campsites, graves, and houses had been buried and protected by a volcanic eruption.There, as if a curtain had been raised on both sides of the river, suddenly were campsites, fishing and bathing.
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