Q: We have a campground available for people attending an outdoor concert. A patron called and asked if they could have electricity at their tent site as they use a CPAP machine at night. We do not usually offer this; do I need to accommodate them?
A: In this case, it depends. In general, if this is not a service provided to others then the answer could be no. What the campground would need to assess is whether electricity could be provided relatively easily without causing an undue burden and would the accommodation provide equal access for the camper. If the answers are yes, then the accommodation should be made.