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£10 per night or less!!

Postby Thorgills » 08 Aug 2012, 11:42

Bessie the camper wrote:If no one knows of any here a good cheap campsite and the kids will love it


Louey wrote:http://www.tyisafbala.co.uk/index.html :?:

Seen both these good links over the last couple of days ~ was just wondering if we could gather a list of "..below £10 a night sites..." for future reference; would love to wild-camp but really prefer a few home comforts when I have the boy!

Answers on a postcard please!! :ok
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Re: £10 per night or less!!

Postby CovKid » 14 Sep 2012, 05:46

Best to join the caravanning club then - some sites are only £4-£5 a night. For the annual fee, the gains on reduced pitches are well worth it.
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Re: £10 per night or less!!

Postby thechubbsdub » 17 Sep 2012, 19:09

Here's one at £7 per night in the New forest http://www.orchardlakes.co.uk/index.html no showers, just tap and toilet. Had a couple of great days fishing there last month.
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Re: £10 per night or less!!

Postby keehotee » 24 Oct 2012, 04:42

Queens Drive, Exmouth. https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=queens ... m&t=h&z=15

£5 for 24 hours after October 1st.... go to sleep and wake up withion 10 feet of the beach.

OK - it's not a campsite. The bogs shut at 10pm and reopen at 8am (not a prob if you've got a RADAR key), and there's no showers or hookup...but it's our current favourite sleepy spot and worth the fiver for location alone :)

£10 for 24 hours after April 1st - but you get to spend the whole day there for that - although you'll usually be sharing with another 30 or so vans, mini winnie's, and transhites.... ;)
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Re: £10 per night or less!!

Postby Cruz » 26 Oct 2012, 14:56

Heathy Roods Farm in Butterton in the Peaks was £2pppn last time I was there about 3 years ago

Home Farm in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Yorkie Dales was £4pppn
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Re: £10 per night or less!!

Postby Palomino » 02 Nov 2012, 14:38

Hulme End in the Peak District. Lovely spot right next door to the Manifold Inn and only £4 per night. Don't mistake it for some of the more expensive sites in that village. Oh and you might need levelling blocks


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