(A)   Commercial campgrounds and the like shall be designed to accommodate tents, camping trailers, travel trailers, pick-up coaches, motor homes or any combination thereof and shall be operated solely for use by transient or vacationing occupants.
   (B)   Commercial campgrounds and the like shall be designed as follows:
      (1)   The width of any trailer campsite shall not be less than 35 feet.
      (2)   In no case shall the average density exceed 10 campsites per net acre nor shall the maximum density permitted within said camp exceed 15 campsites for any single net acre.
      (3)   All campsites shall be located at least 75 feet from any road right-of-way which abuts a campground boundary and at least 100 feet from any other boundary line.
      (4)   There shall be a minimum distance of 25 feet between an individual campsite and any road, common parking area or other common area within the campground.
      (5)   Access to campgrounds shall be designed to minimize congestion and hazards at the entrance or exit and allow free movement of traffic on adjacent public roads.
      (6)   The alignment and gradient of roads within the campground should be properly adapted to the topography. If unpaved, such roads shall be properly stabilized to prevent soil erosion and sedimentation.
      (7)   No campsite within a campground shall have direct vehicular access to a public road abutting the campground.
      (8)   Campsites, including travel trailer spaces, shall be rented by the day or week only, and no occupant shall remain in a campsite or travel trailer space for more than 60 days in any 6 months period.
(Ord. —, passed 5-13-1997; Am. Ord. —, passed 8-8-2000; Am. Ord. —, passed 4-30-2002)