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A campsite is a place used for overnight stay in the out of doors.

 The term 'campsite' usually means an area where an individual, family, group or military unit might camp. There are two types of campsites:

an impromptu area (as one might decide to stop while backpacking or hiking)
a dedicated area with improvements and various facilities (see below).
A campground is a group of dedicated campsites with common amenities.

A recreational vehicle park (RV park) or caravan park is the equivalent of a hotel for people with recreational vehicles. They provide a place to park the vehicle for overnight or several days. They are also referred to as campgrounds, though a true campground also provides facilities for tent camping; many facilities calling themselves "RV parks" also offer tent camping or cabins with limited facilities.


 Many of the campgrounds, RV Campground RV parks, RV campgrounds, camping, and hiking camping can be done all over the Napa Valley but most of the campgrounds are located at Lake Berryessa.


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Brannan Island State Rec Area
17645 State Highway 160, Rio Vista, CA 916 777-6671

Solano County Belden's Landing
3186 Grizzly Island Rd, Suisun City, CA 707 374-2097

Tradewinds RV Park
239 Lincoln Rd W, Vallejo, CA 707 643-4000

Vineyard RV Park
4985 Midway Rd, Vacaville, CA 707 693-8797
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Camping describes a wide range of activities. Survivalist campers set off with little more than their boots, whereas recreational vehicle travelers arrive equipped with their own electricity, heat, and patio furniture. Camping may be an end unto itself, but often it is done in conjunction with other activities, such as hiking, swimming, fishing and binge drinking. It may be combined with hiking either as backpacking or as a series of day hikes from a central location.
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