[Tagging] camp_pitch : an area inside a site : also in a park ?
joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 23:46:38 UTC 2020
> These "parks" often have identical characteristics to these
tourism=*_site : they sometimes have a common reception desk for
different camp_pitch, toilets, a drinking water point, ...
Many places in the USA are tagged leisure=park when they really ought
to be boundary=protected area, or divided up into smaller areas which
represent the actual feature.
If the "park" is large, often only part of it is the campsite. In that
case, create a new area which just includes the actual
tourism=camp_site feature, if you can confirm the boundaries, and this
should include the individual pitches as well.
If there are more than one cluster of pitches which are widely
separated and have a separate entrance or reception, there may be
several separate tourism=camp_site areas.
Your link did not work for me. Were you trying to show the relation
with ID 6565934, perhaps?
https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/6565934 - "High Cliff State
A "state park" is similar to a "national park" though smaller and
managed by a State instead of the Federal (national) government, so it
usually should be a boundary=protected_area instead of a leisure=park.
In this case the State Park seems mainly for recreation, so it's
possible that part of the area should be tagged leisure=park, but the
part that is a historic site shouldn't be, nor the part that is a
tourism=camp_site, etc... (I don't know the area well enough to re-map
- "The effigy mounds at the top of the escarpment have led to a small
part of the park ... added to the National Register of Historic
Places, listed as High Cliff Mounds" - that's not a leisure=park, but
perhaps a historic=archeological_site (actually, it looks like these
are already mapped).
On 3/10/20, Marc M. <marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com> wrote:
> When fixing depreciated tag camp_site=camp_pitch,
> I've found several of these in huge parks in the United States.
> the current and approved definition of tourism=camp_pitch says that
> sites are tourism=camp_site or tourism=caravan_site
> however these parks often have identical characteristics to these
> tourism=*_site : they sometimes have a common reception desk for
> different camp_pitch, toilets, a drinking water point, ...
> what do you think is the best schema :
> - Change the definition of tourism=camp_pitch to include these large
> parks as a valid _site.
> - add tourism=camp_site on the whole park ? with the default of having 2
> main tags on the same object
> - other ideas ?
> one among others https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/Rsg
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