noun camp·er \ˈkam-pər\

: a person who sleeps outdoors, in a tent, or in a simple shelter usually for enjoyment for a short period of time

: a type of vehicle or special trailer that people can live and sleep in when they are traveling or camping

: a young person who goes to a camp during the summer to do different activities

Full Definition of CAMPER

:  one who camps
:  a portable dwelling (as a specially equipped trailer or automotive vehicle) for use during casual travel and camping

Examples of CAMPER

  1. Rangers warned campers that leaving food outside might attract bears.
  2. A careless camper accidentally started a fire in the woods.

First Known Use of CAMPER



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