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Discovering Dartmoor’s phantom hounds and ancient graves

It was a typically bleak bank holiday weekend on Dartmoor with rain and wind whipping over the peaks. But it’s the weather that shapes the mood on this moor – and us visitors were not going to be put off by slate grey skies.


Vicky Sartain | 13 April 2018 More

11 things to do at NFOL

Whether you’ve already booked your pitch and are bubbling with anticipation or you’re considering trying it for the first time, the National Feast of Lanterns (NFOL) is a camping rally like no other. But why should you go to NFOL and if you are already going, what is there to do there? Hopefully here you’ll find some answers and inspiration.
 

David Guest | 06 April 2018 More

A wheely great reason to camp in Yorkshire

The hypnotic whir of pedals and gears turning, the blur of multi-coloured lycra flashing through the countryside, the thrill of being up-close and personal with top professional athletes – cycling has a lot to offer as a spectator sport. 
David Guest | 29 March 2018 More

Camping for the Royal Wedding

The Royal Wedding. Unless you’ve been hiding in a box for the past six months you’ll know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married in Windsor on Saturday, 19 May.
If you’re intending to help celebrate the big occasion what better way than to be in or around Windsor and the Home Counties on the day to cheer on the happy couple?
In preparation for the historic event, we’ve put together a guide to the Stuart Kidman | 21 March 2018 More