A camp ground is a place used for overnight stays outdoors. Camp grounds charge a user fee. They might have a few or many facilities, including the following:
– fireplaces to build campfires (holes, enclosures, concrete spots); – pit toilets/flush toilets – bathrooms with showers and sinks – road access for vehicles – piped potable water – picnic tables – utility hookups (gas, water, electricity, sewer).
Most campgrounds also have a set of rules concerning noise and behaviour of campers. Camping outside designated campsites is often forbidden. Camp grounds often have a limited number of cabins, these are often of a basic standard and may not have an ensuite bathroom or kitchen (although some do).