Family camping trips are the pastime of many a family, the simplicity of a camping trip is what makes it so attractive against regular holidays, it is also a lot cheaper to camp then to on holiday, and these are the reasons why camping is so popular today. The most avid of campers would argue that the packing, choosing a pitch and setting up camp are all key aspects of camping. You can still however experience the relaxation, lack of routine and freedom on your camping holiday in Spain (particularly for the kids) that cannot be replicated by staying in a hotel. The main reason people decide against camping, is because they believe it will not be fun, or that there are too few activities, so here is a small guide to ensure that your camping trip will be just as fun as any holiday you ever take.
32) Large water container with tap – for general water use at your tent site – you don’t always want to be trekking to shared taps when you need water or the kids are thirsty. Finally, with the famously unpredictable weather in Cornwall – an issue which also affects those camping in the UK in general – it is important to ensure you are covered for every scenario. If you’re visiting during October and an impromptu spell of sunshine sets in, make sure you have some nice shorts to slip into. Alternatively, packing a coat during the summer means that it won’t dampen your spirits if a sudden downpour does appear.
Once you’ve selected a site, it’s time to think about what you’ll need to take with you. Many people complain that their trips are spoilt by the weather, by a lack of facilities or by not having enough to do. Campers mainly travel through Norway between May and September, when the days are long and the temperatures pleasant. This is also the period when nature is in full bloom. And with temperatures around twenty degrees, it’s also a good time on the many beautiful beaches the country has to offer. Please keep your dog an a lead while on one of our campsites as many of them have free-roaming animals.
2. Choose your park before you choose your caravan. You can always change your holiday home for a different model but there is nothing you can do regarding the park on which it is sited, other than moving to another site, which could prove very costly indeed. Make sure your ideal holiday home park has a base perfectly positioned to accommodate the size and design of your holiday home to prevent any heart ache later. There are a number of things that you’ll want to consider, including where you’ll be camping. You may already have some ideas in mind in terms of locations. If you’re not too familiar with a particular area or region then make sure that you spend some time investigating campsite locations.
Ask for a copy of the Occupation Agreement. It includes park rules, annual costs, inclusions and other details. It should be lengthy. If it is only 2-3 pages long, then it is possible that the agreement does not comply with the legislation concerning on site caravans. The Government Act in NSW concerning on site vans in Holiday Parks is: “Occupation Agreement. Holiday Parks. (Long Term Casual Occupation) Act 2002”. Campsites are generally designed to have less negative effects on the environment, while increasing your comfort and convenience. On your part, take your rubbish with you when you leave your campsite. The trash you leave can attract bacteria, cause animals to choke, or trap some wildlife. Also, your litter can ruin the overall appearance of the environment.