beach camping

Discussion in 'UK Touring' started by monster camper, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. monster camper

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    Hi does anyone know where we can camp overnight in our motorhome as close to a beach as possible preferably in the south west where we can fish blue water not the usual muddy river severn cheers:Eeek:
     
  2. MicknPat

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    Around the coast of Britain, blue water ?? :ROFLMAO:
     
  3. greenasthegrass

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    You could try Muddeford near Highcliffe in Dorset..... but I am not sure if you would call the run between the isle if wight and the mainland 'blue water'
     
  5. alan

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    westbay. dorset. carparking for motorhomes up to 8 metres £1 in the old station carpark all day . several motorhomes overnighting but you can drive off car park and park against wall for the night opposite westbay hotel all adjacent to beach and plenty of fishing in blue sea alan
     
  6. lazydays

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    Try looking on beachcampsiteuk.co.uk it give a listing of camp site that are close to beaches throughout the UK. Hope this helps you!:thumb:
     
  7. lazydays

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    www.beachcampsitesuk.co.uk :thumb:
     
  8. Wildman

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    you not been to Dorset then Mick.
     
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