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Holiday parks concerned private camping hosts being naive about rules


Holiday parks concerned private camping hosts being naive about rulesKIRK HARGREAVES/STUFF Camping ground regulations require a site hosting more than "two parties" at a time to become registered. A booking site now lets private land owners rent space to camping holidaymakers, worrying legitimate camping grounds. Holiday Parks New Zealand chief executive Fergus Brown said he was concerned that Campable and its users were not aware of camping ground laws, jeopardising visitor safety. KAT PICKFORD/STUFF Holiday Parks New Zealand chief executive Fergus Brown says he has concerns for visitor safety on private camping sites. Campable was offering holiday parks free listings and charged them a smaller commission fee than the standard 25 per cent it took from private land hosts, he said.


Source: Stuff January 03, 2018 02:48 UTC


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