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A lot of them head out West. There's an information network so they can keep on touch with like-minded road runners and roll into the same campgrounds *at around the same time of the year.

Is preposition "at" necessary? If I say "the same campgrounds around the same time of the year," does it sound weird?

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A lot of them head out West. There's an information network so they can keep on touch with like-minded road runners and roll into the same campgrounds *at around the same time of the year.

Is preposition "at" necessary? If I say "the same campgrounds around the same time of the year," does it sound weird?
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