Friday, October 09, 2009

AZ county okays camping on private property

RESCOTT - The Yavapai County Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to recommend allowing residents to camp temporarily in recreational vehicles and travel trailers on private parcels of 10 acres or more.

It would limit camping to 10 consecutive days as many as three times a year. The vehicles may not connect to utilities and owners may not rent them to other campers. The Board of Supervisors votes on the commission's recommendation at its Nov. 5 meeting in Prescott.

Current zoning ordinances do not allow the public to camp on private property in RVs and travel trailers.
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