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Dingwall HotelsThe site is in the grounds of Culzean Castle. From the shore you can see across the Firth of Clyde to the isle of Arran and the superb sunsets. Non-members welcome.

As a Club member, you can enjoy a lifetime of rich experiences. Your adventures may take you around the UK or right across the world.

Either way, our sites are ideally located for getting out and about. So, whether you want to be on a beach or close to areas of historic interest, you’ll always get more from your holiday if you camp with us.
A wealth of choice

There is a really wide range of sites - from award-winning Club Sites and Forest Holidays, to small, exclusive Certificated Sites and independently-run sites. We cover Europe too, and offer worldwide escorted tours to places like Canada and Australia. Nobody else has such rich variety.

Do it your way
Experience the great outdoors your way. Whether you’re a family or a couple, you’ll find the perfect site for you. Here are just a few suggestions to consider:
If you have young children you may prefer family-friendly facilities on-site. Or somewhere to camp that’s close to a theme park, next to a beach or even deep within the forest.
As a couple you may be seeking that quiet hideaway off the beaten track, or a site
within hill walking country, or close to the city and its shops, restaurants and pubs.

Camping and Caravanning Club Facilities

· Laundry Facilities on Complex
Additional Facilities
· Children Welcome
· Payphones Available
· Pets Welcome
· Pets Welcome By Arrangement
Children and Infants
· Outdoor Play Area
· Children Welcome
· Smoking Restricted
Credit Cards
· Delta Card
· Mastercard
· Solo Card
· Switch/Maestro Card
· VISA Card

Family Fun:
· Gulliver’s Milton Keynes Club Site
All the attractions of a theme park just a short walk away. Catch the Splash Zone; Gulliver’s new inside attraction, open all year round.

· Adgestone, Isle of Wight Club Site
With its own swimming pool and sandy beaches nearby. Don’t miss the world famous coloured sand cliffs at Alum Bay, overlooking the iconic Needles Rocks.

· Humble Bee Farm, Scarborough Certificated Site
A working farm with a duck pond and amazing wildlife. Walk Yorkshire’s Dinosaur Coast, famous for its fossils, surfing and cliffs.

· Village L’Océan Breton, Brittany, France Carefree Site

A children’s paradise with a water park in the grounds of a manor house.
Are you up to tackling the aerial assault trail? Great fun for all the family.

· Bolesworth Classic 2011, Event Campsite

The Bolesworth Show jumping Classic runs from from June 9 to June 12 at Bolesworth Castle.
World class sport, family entertainment, food, fashion and fun.

Couples’ Choice
· Chertsey, Surrey Club Site
A lovely riverside site, a short train ride from the capital. Cycle the Thames Path when you’re not soaking up the sights of London.

· Charmouth, Dorset Club Site
A pretty site at the gateway to Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Retrace the footsteps of The French Lieutenant’s Woman in Lyme Regis.

· Cobleland, Stirlingshire Forest Holiday Site

Set on the banks of the Forth amidst majestic oak trees.
Perfectly placed to tour Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

· The Waggon & Horses, Steeple Morden Certificated Site
Adjoins a cosy 17th Century Inn in this Hertfordshire village.
Try the roast – the pub reputedly serves the best Sunday lunch around.

In our study, 93% of campers said camping can make you happier.
Not surprising then that we are seeing more and more campaigns urging us to get off the sofa and get outdoors.
There’s growing evidence that simply spending time outdoors surrounded by nature is linked to improved psychological wellbeing. But we have a theory that the beneficial effects of camping go deeper than if we just go for a walk, a bike ride or a day trip.

In fact, our research suggests that something more transformational happens when we camp. Something that results in the list below.

So where does this richness come from?
According to Dr Kaye Richards, from Liverpool John Moores University, it is this:
Camping allows us to get away from the routines – and relative comforts – of our daily lives. And even though camping and caravanning today is a much more comfortable experience thanks to modern equipment and facilities, the simple fact that we have taken ourselves out of our normal environment and into a different one, surrounded by nature, means we act, think and even communicate differently with each other.

The Top Five statements that campers agree with:
· Camping generates happy memories
· Camping recharges your batteries
· Camping makes you appreciate nature more
· Camping expands your horizons
· Camping is fun for all the family

Email Camping and Caravanning Club Site enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com