How long can I camp on my property if I meet the other regulations and criteria?

Temporarily. Temporary shall mean occupancy of any tent, recreational vehicle, or any other form of temporary dwelling that does not exceed fifteen (15) consecutive days, nor thirty (30) days in a six month period.

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1. Can I camp on my land?
2. My parcel is not 5 acres; can I camp on my land?
3. How can I camp on my land with less than 5 acres?
4. How do I know if camping is an allowed use for the zoning of my parcel?
5. I see people with campers while building, is this allowed?
6. How long can I camp on my property if I meet the other regulations and criteria?
7. I have more than 5 acres, how long can I camp on my property?
8. What constitutes a camping unit?
9. How many camping units can I have on my property? Can I have my friends camp on my property?
10. Can I store my recreational vehicles on my parcel? What about my snowmobiles, trailer, vehicles, or other OHVs?
11. Can I place a tiny home on my land?