Cobleland Camping in the Forest Site
Fellow campers – I had to share this exciting new blog with you!
If you’ve ever visited one of our Camping in the Forest Sites, you’ll know that they’re in the perfect locations to explore some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside.
Located on Forestry Commission land, there are plenty of opportunities to explore your natural surroundings – particularly when you’ve got the guidance of our Cobleland Site Assistant, Nikki!
She’s created a fantastic blog which I know many of you nature lovers will enjoy! Take a look at Nix in Nature – it may well inspire you to visit Cobleland as all of her blog posts are based around her experiences at the campsite. Great family fun!
Cobleland is located within the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park in Stirlingshire, Scotland, and is the perfect site to spot wildlife and enjoy a wide variety of outdoor pursuits.
The site recently achieved a Special Distinction Award, in addition to its Gold Rosette, in the prestigious David Bellamy Conservation Award Scheme for 2012/13.
The site was nominated for the Special Distinction Award for the work they have done to promote awareness of the plight of the Red Squirrel.
For more information about Cobleland, click here
Kimberley Keay is the Communications and PR Executive at the Club and brings a bit of glamour to the team. She loves mud, outdoor pursuits, cycling and high heeled shoes. Most likely to be found in one of the Club’s glamping units.