Win a two-week Isle of Wight camping holiday

Terms and conditions

The Wightlink ferry trip is valid until 28 September 2020 and excludes travel on Bank Holiday weekends and Saturdays in July and August. Ferry trips and Adgestone bookings are subject to availability and are non-transferrable. Insurance is not included. Camping at Adgestone is for fourteen nights for one unit and four people. The unit must either be a solo car, car plus towed unit or motorhome (up to 6.5m in length). The Print Editor’s decision is final and we cannot offer a cash alternative to the prize. Only one entry is permitted per membership number. Employees of the Camping and Caravanning Club, Wightlink, the campsite mentioned, and their agents, cannot enter the competition. Read full terms and conditions below.

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Our latest competition, courtesy of Wightlink Ferries, gives members the chance to win a return ferry trip to the Isle of Wight for up to four people, plus a 14-night stay at our Adgestone Club Site in a caravan, motorhome or tent.

Our 270-pitch Adgestone Club Site is the perfect base for your holiday, boasting a heated pool, a paddling pool and a play area. It’s also ideally situated just a short distance from beaches such as Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor.

The Isle of Wight is home to some of the most beautiful sights in the UK. From the waterfalls of Shanklin Chine to the whale-backed ridge of Tennyson Down, the island is a must if you’re looking for breathtaking scenery.

The island has no shortage of famous beaches, including Sandown with its endless stretch of golden sands, the characterful pebbles of Gurnard Beach and Alum Bay where you can see The Needles, a row of three huge chalk stacks rising dramatically out of the water. There’s far more to the Isle of Wight than just sun, sea and sand, though.

Kids will love the steam railway, Isle of Wight Zoo and Blackgang Chine theme park while parents will enjoy Carisbrooke Castle, the Red Squirrel Trail and Ventnor Botanic Gardens, home to dozens of unique and rare plant species. Being a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, an area that has struck a balance between people and the environment, the Isle of Wight is largely free of light pollution. As a result, it is a top place for stargazing, with multiple Dark Sky sites.

DinosaurNicknamed Dinosaur Island, the Isle of Wight is also considered a treasure trove of dinosaur-related findings thanks to its abundance of fossils. There are numerous dinosaur activities to enjoy, including fossil hunting and footprint tours. The Dinosaur Isle museum, shaped like a giant pterodactyl, includes life-sized reconstructions of dinosaurs, skeletons, fossils, bone fragments and even has an interactive animatronic dinosaur. The prize-winner can take this incredible two-week trip any time before 28 September 2020, with the exception of travel on Bank Holiday weekends and Saturdays during July and August.  

For your chance to win this unforgettable holiday complete the competition entry form and simply tell us in no more than 50 words where you would visit on the Isle of Wight and why, plus answer the following question:

Thanks to its many fossils, what is the Isle of Wight nicknamed?

The competition closes 10 May 2020.

Don't worry if you don't win this time, you can still take advantage of our member exclusive ferry deals and discounts. Visit the Club website or call 024 7642 2024 for more information and bookings.