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Rutland Caravan and Camping

Last weekend we stayed at Rutland Caravan and Camping site near Oakham in Rutland. It was a trip that we had arranged with three friends a few months ago back when it was far too cold to contemplate camping so we were incredibly lucky to have picked the hottest weekend of the year so far. For this trip we had three people in two Bongo campervans travelling North up the A1 in convoy (a Bongo Conga as we decided to call it), and two others travelling down in the opposite direction who would be sleeping in our awning. (more…)

By Tom, ago
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Fen Farm, Mersea Island, Essex

With spring supposedly sprung, Tom had been keen to get out in the camper van for a few weeks. Up until yesterday I had been able to put him off, but with the sun shining, my bad weather excuse would work no more (I don't mind admitting to being a "fair weather" camper) and we set off on our first camping trip of the year, a last minute trip to Fen Farm. (more…)

By Tracey, ago
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Homing Park, Whitstable, Kent

I must admit that I was slightly put off by the fact that Homing described itself as a ‘Holiday Park’ – I had visions of organised activities and a campsite equivalent of Butlins.  Thankfully, it’s not like that at all!  The static caravans are completely separate to the camping area but all are welcome to make use of the facilities such as a bar/restaurant, laundry, small swimming pool, tennis court, five-a-side pitch and children’s playground.  There is no shop at the site. When we checked in, we were warmly welcomed by the friendly staff and directed to our pitch. (more…)

By Sarah, ago
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Stubcroft Farm, East Wittering, West Sussex

A relaxed campsite located on a working farm close to the sandy beaches at the Witterings, the South Downs and Chichester. This is a traditional site with an environmental conscience. If you want to stay in a relaxed and ‘real’ environment and don’t have overly high expectations of luxury or privacy, then you’ll enjoy your stay at Stubcroft Farm. (more…)

By Paul, ago
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Hook Farm, Uplyme (Lyme Regis), Dorset

A picturesque and peaceful setting for our first campervanning trip. Nestled on a hillside close to Lyme Regis in Dorset, Hook Farm is a pretty campsite in a rural area within walking distance of the town and Dorset's Jurassic coastline. It's a quiet site (no large groups), ideal for couples and families. Most breeds of dog are welcome. The pitches are relatively private thanks to the natural screening and terraced landscape. (more…)

By Sarah, ago
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Cliff House Park, Sizewell

This was the camp site that we visited on the same day as we picked up the campervan. We picked it mainly because it wasn't too far to drive and because it looked good on their website. We had no problem booking on the day, but the website does advise advance booking and minimum lengths of stay. (more…)

By Tracey, ago
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Welcome to HappyCampervanning.com!

Hello from all of us here at the HappyCampervanning team! We've been working hard to put together this new website and we're looking forward to bringing you reviews of the best (and worst) campsites that we visit in our campervans. We want to bring you informative reliable reviews with information tailored for campervan owners. Click over to the About us page to find out a little more about who we are and why we've decided to launch this new site. (more…)

By Tom, ago