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Frequently Asked Questions about Campgrounds
If you are looking for a campsite for your next trip, then consider these frequently asked questions:

Does the campsite have RV utility hookups?
Some campgrounds have RV hookups for electricity and water. They might also have hookups that allow campers to empty their RV's sewage tank.

Are pets allowed on the campgrounds?
Some campgrounds allow pets, but others do not. In many cases, dogs must be kept on their leashes when away from a camper's site. It is best to contact campgrounds before visiting to decide whether you can take pets.

Does the campsite allow fires?
Cooking in open nature is a fun part of camping for many people. Many campsites allow fires during certain seasons. If conditions are dry, though, they might restrict fires. Some campgrounds have fire pits that allow campers to enjoy fires without endangering the surrounding area.

Do you need a permit to camp?
Most parks require campers to get permits, especially if they plan to spend the night in the nature. Mountains, woods, and deserts can quickly become dangerous environments, so park rangers need to know how many people are camping at any given time. Permits might also help pay for the park's upkeep.

Does the campground offer vacation services?
Many campgrounds just give campers a place to pitch their tents. Others, however, have extensive services that help visitors take advantage of hiking trails, lakes, and other outdoor attractions. They might even have groups lead by someone experienced in back country camping. This could help keep hikers safe while showing them the most interesting parts of a forest.

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Niagara Falls Koa Write review for this local business
2570 Grand Island Blvd, Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 773-7583  
Branches of Niagara LLC Write review for this local business
2659 Whitehaven Rd, Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 773-7600  
AA Royal Motel & Campgrounds Write review for this local business
3333 Niagara Falls Blvd, North Tonawanda, NY 14120
(716) 693-5695  
Miller Donald F Memorial Park & Youth Campground Write review for this local business
1601 Sweeney St, North Tonawanda, NY 14120
(716) 743-8033  
Niagara Falls Campground & Lodging Write review for this local business
2405 Niagara Falls Blvd, Niagara Falls, NY 14304
(716) 731-3434  
Point Breeze Campground Write review for this local business
9456 Lake Shore Rd, Angola, NY 14006
(716) 549-8917  
Sleepy Hollow Lake Write review for this local business
13800 Siehl Rd, Akron, NY 14001
(716) 542-4336  
Leisurewood Campgrounds Write review for this local business
5720 Cummings Rd, Akron, NY 14001
(716) 542-4552  
Niagara County Camping Resort Write review for this local business
7369 Wheeler Rd, Lockport, NY 14094
(716) 434-3991  
Niagara's Lazy Lakes Camping Resort Write review for this local business
4312 Church Rd, Lockport, NY 14094
(716) 433-2479  
Niagara Woodland Campground Write review for this local business
3435 New Rd, Ransomville, NY 14131
(716) 791-3101  
K O A Niagara Falls North Write review for this local business
1250 Pletcher Rd, Youngstown, NY 14174
(716) 754-8013  
Mountain Meadows Park Write review for this local business
13500 Parker Rd, Holland, NY 14080
(716) 457-3116  
Skyline Resort Write review for this local business
10933 Town Line Rd, Darien Center, NY 14040
(585) 591-2021  
Daisy Barn Campground Write review for this local business
3101 W Lake Rd, Wilson, NY 14172
(716) 751-9375  
Niagara Hartland Campgrounds Write review for this local business
2383 Hartland Rd, Gasport, NY 14067
(716) 795-3812  
Bide-A-Bit Campground Write review for this local business
3211 Centerline Rd, Varysburg, NY 14167
(585) 535-7294  
Beaver Meadow Family Campground Write review for this local business
1455 Beaver Meadow Rd, Java Center, NY 14082
(585) 457-3101  
Pine Acres Camp Ground Write review for this local business
2883 W Becker Rd, Gowanda, NY 14070
(716) 532-2884  
Misty Ridge Carriage Services, LLC Write review for this local business
2985 Vail Rd, Gowanda, NY 14070
(716) 532-5859  
Jellystone Park Write review for this local business
5204 Youngers Rd, North Java, NY 14113
(585) 457-9644  
Mockingbird Park Campground Write review for this local business
1340 Genesee Rd, Arcade, NY 14009
(585) 492-1760  
Allegany Mt Resorts Write review for this local business
6994 Plato Rd, East Otto, NY 14729
(716) 699-2352  
Kamp Katie Acres Write review for this local business
2437 Johnson Creek Rd, Barker, NY 14012
(716) 795-3375  

If you have an interest in running a campground, there are a few things you should consider. The first is whether or not you want to run a campground in a national or public park, or start your own private company. A park offers the advantage of already being a popular vacation destination, but they also come with established rules and regulations.

You will need to outfit your grounds depending on the nature of your camp offers. If you plan to run an RV park, you may want to put rules in place that regulate the storage of boats and motorcycles. You will also have to set camping rates based on whether the bathrooms are private or public, and whether or not your site offers cabins.

Even if you decide to open a park that only allows outdoor tent camping, you should still offer an activity list to your guests so that they have a variety of options to stay entertained. This list will be dependent on the environment around your site. In a forest, for example you may offer backpacking or a boating trip down the river or in the lake. In the desert, hiking or a trip to an historic Native American site may be exciting for the whole family. If your site is near the beach, you could teach your guests to water ski.

Whether you decide to work for a national park or establish your own private site, a career in campgrounds management will allow you to enjoy the outdoors, and provide a great experience for your guests.



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