ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) — Camping at the Brown County fairgrounds during fair week will cost more this summer.

The Aberdeen American News reports that the rates for some spots will increase by as much as $50. The fairgrounds have nearly 450 camping spaces, not including what officials consider "primitive" and tent-only spaces.

County Commissioner Tom Fischbach says the camping spaces are routinely filled during the week of the fair.

The most expensive spaces, which include water, sewer and electric hook-ups, will cost $200, up from $150. The cheapest spaces that only allow for tent accommodations will cost $50, up from $30.

County commission vice chairwoman Rachel Kippley says the rate increases stem from a "supply and demand" decision. She says the waiting list for camping spots during the fair has up to 300 people.

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