No sewage runs, just water lines. In fact, they've even had to put water towers out there to keep pressure up. There are some house out there, so that was probably the main justification for water lines and towers, but the camp lines are miles away from any house and on dead-end lines. They end the line at the end of the road or last camp that paid to have the line connected. My uncles camp is about a quarter mile from the previous camp. The next camp out wanted to stick to his well, so the line ends right in front of my uncles camp. He only paid around $100 to have it run down there and a meter put in. Three camps on that five or six mile stretch had water connected. That's $300 or so for six miles of trench and pipe laying.