Yesterday we were staying in a campsite near Lake Wenatchee in Washington, part of Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Specifically, Nason Creek campground if it matters. I gave the local park ranger a call in advance to see how many tents will fit per campsite. After getting transferred a couple of times, I finally got through to a helpful woman who said each site is limited to 2 tents. However when we got there it turned out that the campsite is huge - four tents could fit in comfortably and you could squeeze in around six if you really wanted to. And not just the campsite we've booked - all of them were that big!
So... what's supposed to be the rough number of tents you can fit in a campsite? Normally I'd accept "call the park ranger and ask" as a valid answer but in my case I've specifically done that in advance and was given the wrong answer. Can we always expect at least three tent spaces to be available?