This continuing education course, tailored for engineers and surveyors, details the essential components of designing a campground, ranging from traditional camping to modern Recreational Vehicles. Upon course completion, students will be newly equipped with essential codes and requirements for addressing multifaceted design challenges.
This class covers the ins and outs of campground design and is tailored for engineers and designers. Whether your interest lies in traditional camping or modern Recreational Vehicles, this course offers a strong introduction to the multifaceted design requirements of campgrounds. The curriculum delves into the array of challenges faced by a variety of campground types, from ensuring potable water supply and waste management to emergency vehicle access and environmental impact mitigation.
This continuing education course begins with a module on the differing types of campgrounds and transitions to a series of sessions discussing codes and requirements that are generally utilized when designing campgrounds. Although the process for planning and designing campgrounds varies state by state, there is a general set of design elements and key matters that are present in most campground designs. This course aims to focus on those primary aspects of the campground design process.
Author: Randy S. Wilder, PE
Course Number: 140
Course Hours: 4 PDH