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frontcountry camping

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Definition of frontcountry camping

A type of camping in which the camper drives to, and parks in, the campsite. This style of camping is convenient as one’s camping supplies are close at hand; however, these campgrounds can get busy.

Related terms for frontcountry camping

The above is an entry in Campnab’s Pretty Darned Useful Glossary of Camping Terms. This glossary is another project from us, the two Erics (@shelkie and @karj). We had a harebrained idea to create a dictionary containing every single camping term we came across. Admittedly, this is taking some effort—and leaving us with less time for camping. D’oh!

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