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Our Club Sites in 2020

Most of our Club Sites are open for the 2020 camping season.

 

It’s important that we give our members a choice as to how they would like to camp, so we’ve introduced some new measures to help keep you and our teams safe. To allow us to operate our campsites in a responsible manner we have increased our cleaning regimes – this places extra demand on our teams and we have had to open some of our campsites without toilets and showers this season, these campsites are better suited to campers who can bring their own facilities.


Below is a list of our Club Sites that are opening with facility blocks, opening without facility blocks or will remain closed for the 2020 season.

Open and closed Club Sites in 2020 

Open without facility blocks

The campsites below will be open in 2020 without toilet and shower blocks. If you do choose to stay on one of these Club Sites, you will need to bring your own sanitation. Separate toilet tents can be used on your allocated pitch to accommodate your own chemical toilet. 

 

Please note that we can only accept campers with proper chemical toilets that can be disposed of via waste disposal points. For the health and safety of our staff and other campers we cannot accept more temporary or makeshift toilets which aren’t designed to work with CDP points.  

 

The reception, play areas, laundry facilities and other communal areas on the site will remain closed to help facilitate social distancing.All sites will provide access to fresh drinking water, a place to dispose of toilet waste such as a Chemical Disposal Point (CDP), motorhome service points and washing-up facilities. Pitches will be available with electric hook-ups.

 

Bakewell, Derbyshire

Bala, Snowdonia 

Barnard Castle, County Durham

Beadnell Bay, Northumberland

Bowness on Windermere, Lake District

Cannock Chase, Staffordshire

Cardigan Bay, Ceredidion   

Chichester, Sussex

Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

Clent Hills, Midlands

Clitheroe, Lancashire

Conkers, Derbyshire

Corfe Castle, Dorset

Crowborough, Sussex

Delamont Country Park, Northern Ireland

Ebury Hill, Shropshire

Graffham, Sussex

Hayfield, Derbyshire

Hereford, Herefordshire

Kendal, Lake District

Kessingland, Suffolk 

Oxford, Oxfordshire

Ravenglass, Lake District

Rhandirmwyn, Carmarthenshire 

Rosemarkie, Highlands

Salisbury, Wiltshire

Sandringham, Norfolk

Skye, Isle of Skye   

Tarland, Aberdeenshire

Tavistock, Devon

Walton-on-Thames, Surrey

Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire

Closed for 2020

Regretfully we’ve had to make the decision to keep the following Club Sites closed for the 2020 season. These campsites will re-open in 2021.

 

• Adgestone 

• Boroughbridge 

• Bude

• California Cross 

• Crowden 

• Folkestone 

• Glencoe

• Haltwhistle

• Inverewe Gardens

• Jedburgh

• Kelvedon Hatch

• Lauder

• Leek

• Llanystumdwy

• Lynton

• Minehead

• Nairn

• Norwich

• Oban

• Oldbury

• Sheriff Hutton

• Slindon

• Speyside

• St Davids 

• Umberleigh

• Veryan

Steps for Safer Camping

We’re Good to Go

We’re pleased to say our campsites have earnt the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard mark. This means we can demonstrate we’re adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance, have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment and it’s been checked that we have the required processes in place.

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