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Most of New York State's State Parks have some form of camping (cabins + tents + RVs (caravans)). These are typically separated from the the rest of the park in areas marked "For Campers Only".

After a trip to one of these parks for a get away (and a bit of on-site surveying and GeoCaching), I am trying to add some of the details of the camping area loops. I have put the roads in, but am trying to figure out how to tag the ones into the camping area properly, particularly to indicate the restriction for campers only.

Currently I have highway=service, restriction=camping_only. (see 95OSM Map of Area95)

For reference, here is the Park Map.

asked 24 Aug '11, 23:34

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It seems like access=destination would be appropriate. See wiki.

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answered 24 Aug '11, 23:38

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I like it. It's simple and to the point.

(25 Aug '11, 00:56) jwernerny

I'd also add the tag

I'm not sure if the loops inside a campground should be service=driveway or service=parking_aisle though.

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answered 26 Aug '11, 00:03

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