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Touring a high road

One of the great things about camping holidays is summed up in one word. Touring. The ability to have a base, or bases, and then go exploring in your vehicle.
But I'm going to add another, related, word. Driving. Or motoring. Either way on a recent camping trip to north-east France I reminded myself of that feeling of enjoying a great road from behind the wheel.
Simon McGrath | 25 July 2017 More

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The Treasure Houses challenge finished

So, we've come to the end of our ten-month Treasure Hunt Challenge - I bet you're wondering, did we manage to complete it?
 
Well "Yes" and "No". We found it a difficult challenge, but that wasn't with the caravanning part of it, which was much easier than expected.

Guest Blog | 20 July 2017 More

Touring ideas for Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire offers visitors a surprising array of attractions. From marvellous manor houses and mystical magic, to spectacular sculptures and stand-out sports, there’s plenty to keep campers busy in the county.

Neatly pitched between city and countryside, Hertford Club Site offers a great base from which to explore the area. The historic town of Hertford itself is...

Guest Blog | 14 July 2017 More

Anyone for tea?

In the August print issue, we celebrate the very British tradition of afternoon tea, an increasingly popular pastime that sees thousands of us search out cafés, hotels and tearooms on our camping holidays – in town and country. Here, the Magazine team share their own personal favourites…
 
Vicky Sartain | 13 July 2017 More