Spring Country Campsite

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Rating 4.0 Stars with 1,564 ratings
Released over 6 years ago
Size 6.82 MiB

(short preview of full seamless looping track)

(short preview of full seamless looping track)

Spring Country Campsite

The succulent sounds of a subtly sleeping landscape are sufficient for filling your ears with the relaxing visions of earth and sky for which you brought yourself out into this wilderness. Your weary urban mind wanders off into the brush, nosing around like a wild animal searching for its next feast, while your body lays upon the earth stretched and suspended from any inkling of time pressures or alarm clocks. Dash all your deadlines upon a log and set yourself to skipping stones on the sky. The term camp comes from the Latin word campus, meaning "field". Therefore, a campsite consists typically of open pieces of ground where a camper can pitch a tent or park a camper. More specifically a campsite is a dedicated area set aside for camping and for which often a user fee is charged. In the U.S., backcountry camping is common in large undeveloped protected areas. These areas can only be reached on foot, canoe or on horseback. The camping areas are usually established campsites or "zones", which have a predetermined maximum number of persons that are allowed to stay in the section per night. Strict regulations are imposed regarding food storage and resource protection. In most cases, open fires are not permitted and all cooking must be done with small portable stoves. This sound uses the following file from Freesound: http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=116490
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