If you thought the camping season was over, you’re missing a treat. Add some warm layers, stoke up the campfire and take some inspiration for outdoor cooking from Andy Stevenson, developer of online local foodie and outdoor cookery community Local Food Lunches.
Here are some ideas for how to stay sane during this crazy time – ways to help, games to play, activities to keep you connected and more. Thanks so much to all the people who shared their ideas with us. Stay safe and see you on the other side of the chaos.
Because there’s no camping wild in England, the option is often a campsite with tarmac and not a lot of privacy. Nearly Wild Camping is a great idea – a network of places across the UK offering nearly wild pitches.
Prepare to be surprised by a camping trip to Strasbourg. With one of the best campsites we’ve found and lots to see, do, eat and drink…it’s definitely a camping holiday to consider and remember. And it all starts with the ferry from Hull to Zeebrugge.
How fantastic when someone falls in love with a piece of camping gear we’ve recommended! Clare Wells took her new Coleman Cortes Octagon tent on a trip to a great campsite in Wales…here’s what she thought of the site and the tent.
It’s mid-April and after Easter, but it seems East Hampshire is still asleep. Well, those city workers are awake, zooming up and down the A3 that happens to be just 100 metres from our pitch. Where can we camp in Hampshire?
We found Bornholm by accident…sort of. A happy accident. Nowhere on the island is further than 15km from the sea, and there are lakes, forests, cliffs, beautiful beaches, fabulous food, art and crafts. Welcome to Denmark’s exotic island in the Baltic.
Camping out of season is fantastic, but you need to prepare. Here’s what we learned on a winter campervan trip in Scotland – how to find a great wild camping spot, stay warm, keep yourself entertained, eat well…and go to the loo!