Camping is permitted on private land (non-commercial/not a campground) for no more than 120 days in a calendar year if all aspects of the County health regulations are met and subject to the concurrence of the property owner. After 17 consecutive days proper health and sanitation is required (e.g., RV hook up for well and septic). Note, the number of RVs used for camping may be at least one (1) and otherwise shall not exceed the number of dwelling units and additional quarters and the guest house permitted on the property by the zoning, less the number thereof on the property.
*Camping is prohibited countywide in Single-Family Residential Zones (2-R, 3-R, 7-R), Multiple-Family Residential Zone (M-R), Core Commercial Zone (C-1), Periphery Commercial Zone (C-2), Convenience Commercial Zone (C-3), Recreation-Open Space Zone (Rec-OS), Open Space Zone (OS), and Lake Zone (L).
*Camping is allowed countywide in Suburban (S-1), Secondary Suburban (S-3), Rural (R-10), Rural (R-20), Recreation Commercial (R-C), Recreation (Rec-P, Rec-1, Rec-3, Rec-10, Rec-20), Heavy Industrial (I-1), Light Industrial (I-2), Agricultural Preserve (AP), General Agriculture (GA), Timberland Production (TPZ), General Forest (GF), and Mining (M).