Migrant Labor Camps, Summer Camps & Campgrounds

All campgrounds (with three or more campsites and/or overnight accommodations for tents or RVs), summer camps (that provide overnight accommodations), and migrant labor camps (that serve as living quarters) and must have a Loudoun County Health Department (LCHD) permit. 

  1. Migrant Labor Camps
  2. Summer Camps
  3. Campgrounds

Any structure used as living quarters by migrant workers engaged in agricultural or fishing activities, including related food processing, are permitted and inspected as migrant labor camps. 

To establish a migrant labor camp, complete a Migrant Labor Camp Permit Application (PDF) 30 days prior to the proposed opening date. There is no permit fee and the permit must be renewed each year.