Free camping nights from The Camping and Caravanning Club
More free camping opportunities than even before are now available with Camping Miles, the unique reward scheme for those who enjoy Camping and Caravanning Club Sites across the UK.
The scheme is easy. Just camp at any of the Club’s award-winning sites across the UK, pick up a Camping Miles Passport at reception and, for every night spent on site, a stamp will be added to the passport. Collect just ten and a free camping night can be redeemed on a return visit to a site of choice. Stamps can be redeemed for a free nights stay in both low and high seasons, although fewer stamps are required for a return visit during low season.
Members of the Club will be doubly rewarded as they will get twice the amount of stamps as non members and enjoy greater benefits.
The Passport provides automatic entrance into three fantastic prize draws, bronze, silver and gold. The more you camp, the more you can win. Prizes range from packets of tea and Petzl handy head torches, to a family set of mountain bikes and gift vouchers from leading outdoor clothing manufacturer Regatta. Also on offer is a Club Secure tracking device from Phantom as well as a years RAC Arrival roadside and recovery membership, which is Club exclusive.
The 2007 Grand Prize Draw will take place during The National Boat, Caravan and Outdoor Show at ’s NEC in February 2008.
Find out more about Camping Miles.
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Note to Editors:
1.The Camping and Caravanning Club is 105 years old and is the largest and oldest Club in the world for all forms of Camping. It has over 100 award-winning sites throughout the and, through a partnership with the Forestry Commission, Forest Holidays now runs a further 21 Camping and Caravanning and three Cabin Sites. Member benefits also include: almost 1,300 smaller, back-to-basics Certificated Sites and with the overseas travel operator, Carefree, 230 sites spread across 21 European Countries as well as a whole lot more.