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🥾 | Summary of XNUMX popular campsites in Yamaguchi Prefecture ♪ Plateau, along the clear stream, ocean view!


A summary of XNUMX popular campsites in Yamaguchi Prefecture ♪ Plateau, along the clear stream, ocean view!

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You can enjoy swimming in the sea and playing on the shore at the Fukamatekata Beach, which you can directly descend from the campsite.

We have put together a list of popular campsites in Yamaguchi Prefecture that are perfect for the hot season, such as highlands, along clear streams, and campsites where you can see the sea. → Continue reading

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    camp site

    camp site(English: campsite, campground) IsCampThe place used for.Campground.A place to spend the night outdoors.A typical campsite istentThere is a place where you can camp.Auto campsiteThen.Private car,Camper vanYou can park your car and stay as it is.

    Definition of "campground"

    When you say "campsite" in English, it means a place for camping, especially with equipment for excursion camps.[1], "Campground" is a place used for camping, especially a place with a kitchen, water and toilets.[2]..In other words, the word "campground" has more equipment.

    As explained above, the term "campground" refers to a place that is prepared to make it easier to camp from the beginning, or a place that has facilities for that purpose, and the term "campground" is especially used for such places. However, in a broad sense, the word "campsite" in English can also refer to a place where a space where you can camp in nature happens to be created.for exampleClimbing,Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu,trekkingIt also refers to an open area where there are few trees and shrubs that happen to be encountered at the time, and the tent is likely to be set up.In other words, the moment a mountaineer or hiker decides to set up a tent here tonight, that person will become the "camping site" (camping place) for the night.

    Here, the former campsite with some facilities for camping will be mainly described.

    General campsite

    To explain a general campsite, that is, a campsite that does not dare to call it an "auto campsite", the point is that it is a good place for campers (campers) to stay there overnight.fundamentally,tentThere is a place where the ground is exposed so that you can hit a peg.You can set up a tent, spend time with tarps and poles, and if the weather is nice, without a tent or tarp.sleeping bagYou are free to lie down and sleep with just one.

    In general campsites, parking lots are set up outside the tent area.

    There are the following types of bonfires (campfires).

    • A campsite where it is strictly forbidden to bonfire at the tent site and it is said that the fire is absolutely limited to a specific section of the communal kitchen.
    • You can bonfire at the tent site, but direct fire (fire directly on the ground) is prohibited. If you want to bonfire, use a bonfire to clean up the charcoal and ash generated and put it on the ground. Campsites that are obligatory not to leave
    • You can bonfire at the tent site with a direct fire, but it is a campsite where it is a good manner to clean up the charcoal and ash that have been generated and eliminate the traces as much as possible.

    There are various fees, and worldwide, there are many campsites that are open to the public and open for free, and campsites that are charged.

    Globally speaking, in a simple free campsite, there are at most parking lots, panels explaining usage rules, shared toilets (and non-drinking water services), and forests. In some cases, there is only a large open space (like a tent can be set up).There is no division of the tent site at all, that is, there is also a campsite with a way of saying, "If you are in a campsite, set up a tent anywhere you like and spend your time in your favorite way." be.However, the rules for bonfire and the rules for taking out garbage are often written on the panel.

    In addition to parking lots and communal toilets, some of the following facilities may be maintained at the developed campsites.

    • Kamado: To prevent the ground from being soiled by direct fire when cookingconcrete-金属・ A place made of rocks to make a fire
    • Kitchen / kitchen / washing area
    • drinking waterWater supply (water supply that can be drunk as it is)
    • Outdoor table for meals.Made of wood, concrete, etc.
    • Boundary separating tent sites
    • Management office / secretariat for accepting reservations and collecting fees.Secretariat phone number.

    In some cases, the following are available.

    • beautifulFlush toilet
    • Shower facility, changing room
    • Easy shop
    • Sale and provision of firewood
    • Garbage collection site

    However, these campsites increase operating costs, so they often charge a reasonable fee.

    Auto campsite

    Where it is clearly stated as an "auto campsite," you can enter the tent site (a group of lots for setting up tents) instead of the parking lot.You can set up a tent next to the car and spend the night in that tent, or you can spend the night in the car (one-box car, camper van, etc.).Since you can drive your car to the tent site, you can save yourself the trouble of transporting your luggage from the parking lot to the tent site.

    Water supply, sewerage, power supply equipment (to obtain power) for campers, etc.OutletThere is also an auto campsite that has some sections with).

    RV Park, Caravan Park

    North AmericaThen.Camper vanThere are also many campgrounds with facilities (also called "RV park")[3].. In the UK, a similar facility is called "Caravan Park".

    Water supply, sewerage, power supply equipment (to obtain power) in each section for campers, etc.Outlet) Is provided in some places.

    Camping etiquette

    Looking around the world, there are different ways of thinking and regulations regarding campsites depending on the country or region.In the first place, nature and the outdoors are not basically anyone's place, and even forests registered and owned by individuals must not refuse to enter, such as the original natural forests and forests. In some countries, the law stipulates that anyone can camp freely in principle.[Source required][Where?]

    SwedenEtc. have such a legal system, and the natural forest originally created by nature can be registered and owned by individuals, but others can freely enter and camp, for example, a small amount of berries that bloom in the field. The legal system is that you can eat it, but you can't cut down trees.In other words, it distinguishes between nature, which originally exists by nature itself, and buildings and facilities artificially created by humans.Even in Sweden, human-built buildings and facilities should not be entered without permission.In addition, when travelers walk around the natural forest or camp there, if they happen to meet the owner or local residents, it is good manners to greet them politely. Even if it is clearly stated and permitted to enter, it is a manner that the owner and local residents should not be offended by taking a rude attitude.[Source required]

    On the other hand, there are countries in the world who want to ban camps and camps outside of designated campsites, and there are politicians who want to think that nature, which is not originally owned by anyone, belongs to someone. Randomlyhuman rightsIn some countries, there are many nervous people who want to eliminate humans.[Source required][Where?]

    There are camping enthusiasts who travel around the world and camp, and they encounter different regulations and temperaments in each country.People's degreeRegardless of whether it is good or bad, it is the manners of campers to respect the laws and regulations of a country and not make the inhabitants of that country uncomfortable once they set foot in a country.[Source required]


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