[Tagging] Tagging established, unofficial and wild campings
Jan van Bekkum
jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 16:47:53 UTC 2015
Wouldn't such campsites belong to cat. 2?
On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 1:28 PM Dave Swarthout <daveswarthout at gmail.com>
> Ah, Jan, you added too many conditions! The majority of campgrounds United
> States parks are not guarded, and almost never fully staffed. The larger
> parks have someone at the gate to collect money, but they do not "guard"
> the campers Most of the parks in Alaska work on the honor system: uoip ut
> your money in the receptacle and in return get a receipt to show the
> authorities. .There is usually a ranger station nearby that might send a
> car out to patrol the campground, usually to check the date on your
> reservation, but other than that they are almost invisible. Hot showers are
> a luxury and a few camp_sites have them, most do not.
> I dunno how to bridge this gap in our perceptions of these campgrounds.
> Rather than stating these sorts of things as a minimum requirement, let
> them be mentioned as optional
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 6:30 PM, Jan van Bekkum <jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com>
>> I have renamed "commercial" to "standard" as it is the most common
>> campground and can include campgrounds that have all facilities of a
>> privately run campground, but are run by a government body (like the South
>> African parks). I also added details to the description of this category of
>> campground (definition and examples).
>> Met vriendelijke groet/with kind regards,
>> *Jan van Bekkum*
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