Brandi McGrath noticed fewer campers last weekend at Yosemite Ridge Resort, but it wasn’t because of reports of plague in the adjacent national park, Healthline.com reported.

It’s because the school year started.

McGrath, who owns the private campground in Groveland, Calif., with her husband Joe, said they had a handful of campers come to Yosemite Ridge after their reservations inside the park were cancelled due to the cases of plague.

Even with the transferred campers, nothing out of the ordinary occurred.

“Everything has been normal,” McGrath told Healthline. “We’re pretty booked up.”

Several campgrounds outside of Yosemite contacted by Healthline said they had no reservation cancellations because of concerns of the plague.

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