Is it permissible to camp on private property?

The Klamath County Land Development Code Article 82 allows camping on private property for up to 21 days in any 6 month period. Klamath County Land Development Code further states:  The definition of camping is the occupancy of private property within a tent, tent trailer, shelter, vehicle, or recreation vehicle not within an authorization / designated camping facility and deemed a nuisance. When storing RV’s, boats, or trailers on your property, be sure to maintain the proper setbacks and do not block or obstruct sidewalks, roads or other public right-of-ways. Remember that you may not live in your recreation vehicle unless otherwise allowed by the County. 

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1. My neighbor has their tree limbs hanging in my yard/driveway/property or in the street/over the sidewalk. What can I do?
2. I have a few project vehicles on my property. Can I cover them with a tarp to be in code compliance?
3. Is it permissible to camp on private property?
4. I'm thinking of getting some chickens and maybe a horse; is that allowed in a residential area?
5. I noticed the empty lot across the street has very tall grass and weeds. Who should I contact?
6. I'm thinking of placing one of those "ready built" sheds on my property; do I need a permit for that?