Which is your Favourite Campsite?

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  1. freakylady

    freakylady <font color="red"><B>Quiz Champ</B></font>

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    Hi
    We're new at this and would love to know which campsites the more travelled would recommend - a reccomendation si much better than any site advert ( given some that I've read in other topics (captions!!):ROFLMAO:

    Thanks - if you have a webpage link that would be great too :)
     
  2. Road Runner

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    Try the one in my Signature Cwmcuttan. It's Dylans on here and it a really super CL in Wales.

    Well worth a visit.
     
  3. freakylady

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    Will do :) I have already looked at tht one - looks fantatsic :) hopefully will visit soon
     
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    Hi, normally wildcamp but when asked to recommend a local site this one takes some beating.
    Touring | Information | The rest you deserve! | Hidden Valley Park
    situated in Glorious North Devon, 10 mins from the sea, or shopping centre and about 30 mins from Exmoor, pub just up the road award winning food reasonable prices and also cater for larger motorhomes no sure about ARV's but a phone call will sort that out, great facilities. No connection to the site.
     
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    h:thumb:i got to be damage barton just love north devon view off porlock in avatar

    ray
     
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    This is our favourite because it caters for the children so well.

    The beach is a 2 minute walk - literally the other side of the road. There are childrens and adult competitions daily during the day, they have an indoor pool with jaccuzzi an outdoor pool, fitness centre, a fish & chip shop on site, a restaurant which does a very reasonable half board if you dont fancy cooking. Evening entertainment with a main show room and an adult only bar (after 9pm)

    They have go carts to rent out, there is a golf course and fishing lake on site.

    They even have their own little train which for 50p takes you into town. So you dont even need to unhook from the mains.


    They have mains service pitches, electric pitches and wild camping too.

    Check here for more details UK Family Holiday Caravan and Camping Park - Searles Holidays Resort in East Anglia be ware though

    We have had to book up for next summer already and the following easter. Its getting to popular so regulars like me are finding it hard to book pitches during holiday time.
     
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    hi 2nd that go there for october half term usually :thumb:

    ray
     
  11. freakylady

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    Thanks for your responses guys :) its great for newcomers to have some idea of good sites to vist :)

    keep em coming :) with over 2000 (have we managed 3000 yet?) members there must be loads of great sites worth recommending :) :winky:

    thanks
     
  12. Kevit

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    I can second the recommendation for Hidden Valley, by Wildman.

    Not camped there, but Lisa and I had our 20th wedding party there, it is truly a beautiful spot.
     
  13. Terry

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    Hi we use
    Riverside Caravan Park George Inn
    The George Inn
    Cambridge
    Gloucester
    Gloucestershire
    GL2 7AL
    , as a stop off place half way down to Cornwall.Great site on the river a couple of mls off the m/way.We sometimes stay a couple of nights instead of one because it is nice and relaxing :thumb:
     
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