[Tagging] RFD Camp ground Kitchens and their fittings
daveswarthout at gmail.com
Sun Feb 1 08:47:43 UTC 2015
There is much that needs to be done to bring OSM up to speed regarding
camping facilities IMO. We have only a very few tags tourism=camp_site,
tourism=caravan_site, and in a stretch, leisure=summer camp to describe the
myriad of facilities out there.
AFAIK, there is no way to distinguish a primitive camp site from one that
caters to motorized tourists, or one that offers kitchen facilities to
customers. In New Zealand many campgrounds have a shared kitchen area,
which they refer to as an "ablution block", that includes assorted pots and
pans and a source of hot water. A very nice feature indeed.
I don't have any suggestions but want to wish you luck on getting your
On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:43 AM, Frank <Sundowner61 at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> Follow a thread on another forum (non OSM, but talking about side issues)
> I think the following things should be mapped to add information to the map
> in regards some, mainly commercial, camp grounds that have communal
> stove top (no, not a bbq)
> fridge (or refrigerator to give it a fuller name?)
> Most of these have a simple roof structure, leaving all or most sides
> open, a few tables and chairs. But it is the above features that make it
> better and something I'd look for.
> These features may eventually make there way onto indoor mapping too.
> They are all man_made so could go there. So all those features under
> 'man_made'? What ideas/preferences are there? I, as a beginner, could
> simply slot them in there .. but I don't like it .. but have no better idea.
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