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A campground is defined as a parcel or tract of land owned by a person, state, or local government that is designed, maintained, intended, or used for the purpose of providing campsites offered with or without charge, for temporary overnight sleeping accommodations.

A Special Event Campground is a parcel or tract of land owned by a person, state or local government, which is designated, maintained, intended or used for the purpose of providing sites for non-permanent overnight use by four or more camping units, or by one to three camping units if the parcel or tract of land is represented as a campground. 
A special event campground must be in conjunction with a special event. Examples of a special event are: concerts, festivals, holiday celebrations, fairs or other events approved by the Department for a maximum of seven consecutive nights.

Campground Application

Chapter ATCP 79 CAMPGROUNDS

Guidelines for Special Event Campgrounds

Special Event Campgrounds Application