The Harrison County (W. Va.) Planning Commission is expected to discuss RV, campground and trailer park regulations during its meeting on Wednesday (Oct. 17), according to The Exponent Telegram.

“We’re having the planning commission review what’s the difference between a campground and a trailer park,” said Commissioner David Hinkle. “We’re seeing places that are calling themselves campgrounds, but utilities are being measured and the units are being a lot more long-term than what we would consider a campground.”

Commissioners would like to know whether these lots would actually fall under the trailer park designation, which has requirements under county ordinance, including setbacks and distance between lots.

“We’re trying to determine where these places that are supplying utilities fall in as to whether it’s a campground or trailer park,” Hinkle said.

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