I reckon camping is one of the greenest ways of enjoying a holiday in the UK by far.
Club Sites and Camping in the Forest sites work hard to minimise their impact on their surrounding environment and wildlife. Take Loch Ness Shores Club Site – it uses geo-thermal, solar thermal and electricity provided by hydro-power to heat and light its facilities.
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That sizzling sound you can hear is probably another one of our regional Campsite Cook of the Year heats taking place.
We tend to look at camping as a means to an end – a type of accommodation that brings you into contact with the places and activities that you enjoy most.
In turn there are certain activities that complement camping very well, so when I was given the chance to have a go at stand-up paddling, I was more than willing.
It seemed a straightforward question that should be bread and butter for a time-served Test Editor at Camping & Caravanning. The gist was:
“My sons are 6ft 3in and 6ft 6in tall. The shorter of the two has just tried to buy a tent from a major camping retailer but there doesn’t seem to be one on the market that caters for anyone over 6ft. He needs a tent he can sleep full length in without touching both ends and also stand up in. Any recommendations other...