Australia is easy, part one: escape to the other side of the world

Dan Wright has been a motorhome enthusiast for 20 years, and spent many of those years producing travel features and motorhome reviews for Practical Motorhome magazine. He’s enjoyed more than a hundred motorhome adventures at home in the UK, and in overseas destinations that include Romania. These days Dan tours with his wife Tuti.

This country is so laid back even the motorway is called Bruce. Matey abbreviations aren’t...
Guest Blog | 21 December 2018 More

Safe driving for winter wanderers

2017 saw an unexpected peak in the popularity of winter caravanning, and 2018 looks set for similar success.  For many people, exploring snowy mountains or tranquil lakes in crisp sunshine makes for the perfect winter getaway. 
Guest Blog | 23 November 2018 More

Luxury and a Lancaster

Alan Hinkes is Club member and mountaineer, the first and only Briton to have summited all 14 of the world’s 8,000m peaks. Here he recalls his first camp on a Club Site during a memorable visit to the Lincolnshire Aviaition Heritage Centre in East Kirkby. 
Guest Blog | 08 November 2018 More

How to Survive Winter Camping

With the recent ‘Beast from the East’ bringing some of the harshest and coldest winter weather for years, with temperatures plummeting to rival those of Norway and Iceland in some parts of the UK and a predicted cold spring, we invited leading American website Active Weekender to share some thoughts on how we lose heat while camping and what you can do to prevent it.

Guest Blog | 06 March 2018 More