With the news of COVID-19 cases dropping, a lot of us are looking forward to the summer ahead and making up for a year of restrictions. But in terms of caravanning & camping, when are we allowed to get back to what we love and start enjoying our caravan holidays once again?
Have you ever been camping and just needed that extra little bit of indoor space? Or perhaps the British weather is just spoiling your camping trip with its oh-so unpredictable nature, one moment you’re boiling hot, the next you’re drenched from head to toe… Well, we might just have the answer to your prayers, a caravan awning!
With it being the start of a new year, and hygiene being the topic of every other conversation, we thought it was about time to give you some of the best tips and tricks to fully sanitise your caravan’s interior. Not only is this going to be far more hygienic, but also shave a few years off your caravan’s age by freshening up that tired looking upholstery.
Our caravans provide us with an unmatched opportunity for exploration, from mountains to the coastline. But when we arrive at our destination what is the best way to truly take in the scenery and get a feel for the area you are in? Read on for our best tips on getting around the campsite and the surrounding area.
There is nothing better than taking or walk or hike before retreating home to a hot chocolate in front of the fire. But how do you make the most of your walks at this time of year and make sure you are prepared for the things the winter months might throw at you? Read for our best tips and advice on taking a winter wonder this year.
I’m sure we call all agree 2020 hasn’t been the year we were all looking forward to, with Coronavirus effecting our daily lives and activities in almost every aspect. We have all had to take measures to ensure cleanliness and hygiene is being considered at every turn. We believe camping is a great way to have a little break, while keeping both you and your family safe. So, we have put together a ‘safe camper’ guide with our best advice on getting the break you deserve, in the safest way possible!
Caravanning is about relaxing, so shoving your caravan around by hand is far from the peaceful break you wanted. But there is another way! A motor mover. These handy little things can be installed to most caravans and are used to provide power independently to the wheels of the caravan through the use of a remote.
With the colder weather taking a strong hold over the whole of the UK, now is the perfect time to get your caravan winterised and protected from frost and icing damage. Winterising your caravan is an essential part of ensuring your caravan remains in top condition throughout the cold winter months.
With just a week until October half term many of us are already looking forward to that well-deserved break away from work and the craziness 2020 has thrown at us so far. What better way to take some time out, than planning a few days away in your caravan? The weather might be a little less sunny in these colder months, but don’t let that put you off. There are still plenty of adventures to be had, marshmallows to be roasted, and hot chocolates to be drank on your next caravan getaway!
Caravanning holidays have always been a favourite for Britons, with beautiful rural locations just a stone’s throw away from towns and cities, caravanning is ideal for relaxing and exploring nature, without the price tag of other holidays. But how do you make sure your caravan is kept safe while you’re away?