camping. noun [ U ] us/ˈkæm·pɪŋ/ the act of staying and sleeping in an outside area for one or more days and nights, usually in a tent: In 1993, camping was the fifth most popular American vacation activity.
What defines traditional camping?
A traditional camp places emphasis on spending time in the great outdoors, and exploring and appreciating nature. Campers traditionally sleep in a tent, in a rustic cabin, or in a sleeping bag under the stars.