Second trip ideas

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  1. keithcdb

    keithcdb Read Only Funster

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    Well the first trip was great, did not go to far from home so this time I fancy going maybe 3 hours or so from home. Looking at the NE of england or the lakes, we have a three year old lass and a yorkie so looking for something to keep all happy.

    Any ideas? Been looking on uk campsite.co.uk but would love some input from the pro's :thumb:
     
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    the lakes are nice, but very busy in the peak summer months so campsites may be fully booked already
     
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    I can recommend going down the Northumberland coast line. We have just done it and had a fab time. We stayed in seahouses but did Holy island, alwnwick castle and gardens. It has great beaches, so well worth a trip.
     
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    If you are not already a C&CC member it may be worth joining as there are a number of meets and Temporary Holiday Sites in the North East in the next couple of months (including Beadnell for Holy Island trips).

    They are mainly without facilities (apart from fresh water and waste disposal) but a heck of a lot cheaper than staying on sites. You could save your membership fee in a long weekend or so.
     
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    We are thinking of heading to St Mary's loch this weekend just outside Moffat, you can either camp at the pub campsite or wildcamp 100 yards away. Loch is lovely and calm so both dog and wee one would love it.also has a water sports center and cafe.

    Nothing else there apart from stunning views and lovely walks.
     
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