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Chagstock 2013 hailed as a great success

Posted by on August 13, 2013
A guest post from Mole Valley Farmers, drawing attention to their Rock Your Wellies competition and the family-friendly Chagstock festival. Since it ‘went public’ for the first time in 2007, having first been held privately by a group of friends four years earlier, Chagstock has become one of the South West’s most loved summer festivals....
Filed in: Advice, Camping, Festivals, UK
One of the greatest things about living in the UK is the accessibility to great holiday spots.  In a few hours you can be in a great destination, allowing you to take a break and spend a nice holiday.  This is ideal for those summer weekends when you would prefer to go on a short holiday.  Maybe you do not have time for a week long break.  However,...
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Green Tourism in North Devon

Posted by on March 27, 2010
Tourism is a big business in North Devon, but there’s also a movement toward going green that’s taking place there. It’s something to be aware of when you visit the Devon Holiday Parks for your family holidays. Devon hasn’t changed that much, but some of the ways in which it handles tourism and does business have. Since the...
Filed in: Nature, Travel
If you’re coming to Devon to camp or see the wildlife, you’ve definitely made the right choice. There is so much to see in Devon that you don’t have to ever worry about running out of things to enjoy. There are caravan holidays in Devon where you can see all types of wildlife, and if you’re camping Devon, you’ll also...
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Accommodation in Woolacombe

Posted by on March 20, 2010
When you’re looking for a place to stay on your holiday, you might want to consider Woolacombe. The standards there are high when it comes to quality places to stay, and there are expensive places, inexpensive places, and campsites where you can get closer to nature. Camping in Woolacombe is a popular activity, and Woolacombe accommodation options...
Filed in: Camping
If you’re looking for a great place to take a holiday, you should consider short breaks in Woolacombe. The area has so much to offer you, and the food and drink are exceptional. You can get local fare, or you can get things that are more commercialised and offered in more places – and the choice is completely up to you. The Great Food...
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Hotels Vs. Campsites

Posted by on February 20, 2010
When you plan a family holiday or a trip away from home, the first consideration that you must take into account is where you will be staying. Every trip needs a base of operations, a place you can come back to and recharge at between adventures, as well as a staging ground for new experiences. Though there are many different types of places and...
Filed in: Camping

Hiking the Devonian Coast

Posted by on November 16, 2009
The summer just gone, some friends and I made plans to take a three day trip walking along the north coast of Devon. We’d stop off over night at campsites, or any holiday parks that allowed tents, and carry everything we needed on our backs. I was probably the keenest member of our party, researching routes, places we could stop and rest for...
Filed in: Camping, Walking

Holiday Parks around the World

Posted by on August 19, 2009
We all know that holiday parks and camp sites are popular in the UK, but what about the rest of the world. Does everyone love this great versatile form of accommodation that is fun for all the family. In this blog I will look at some Holiday parks and campsites from around the world and see if we all do love the same great Holiday park breaks. Koningshof,...
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Camping Tips and Advice: Basics

Posted by on May 28, 2009
Planning a camping holiday? If you are, there are many different things that you need to know. First, where you’re camping and what the weather is like during that time of year is vital to being safe and having a good time. You’ll have to pay close attention to these things in order to be prepared for any event. You don’t want to...