In current law a campground can charge a fee if it has a majority (five out of nine) of the following amenities:
(i) Tent or trailer spaces.
(ii) Picnic tables.
(iii) Drinking water.
(iv) Access roads.
(v) The collection of the fee by an employee or agent of the Federal land management agency.
(vi) Reasonable visitor protection.
(vii) Refuse containers.
(viii) Toilet facilities.
(ix) Simple devices for containing a campfire.
These requirements were first put in place by the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, and were carried forward into the current fee law unchanged.
It seems to me like this definition has worked pretty well. Does anyone have suggestions for changing or improving it?