The confusing case of eligibility at day camps
Besides this is in the USA, I will not place any more than that. Imagine during the summer a day camp exists to watch children on weekdays. Normally, I would separate these. However, these relate. If the camp is on a lake, can I nominate the public lake next to the day camp? Yes, that will be ruled a natural feature or no pedestrian access.
This camp does operate year round for any person that wants to rent it. The camp is next to a lake. Will nominating it (without people) result in a no? Since it is next to a lake, at least one bridge exists. I know those are usually eligible. However, I do not know if acting as a 'day care' for elementary age students will cause the day camp to be rejected. Might I get an opinion. I know trespassing will. This has nothing to do with Boy or Girl Scouts.