With the end of the summer holidays fast approaching, many people are looking to squeeze another few days or a weekend camping trip in before the children go back. Spaces are becoming very limited and you may find that you are left with little choice as to where you can go for a break away. Tent pitches without electric hook up are often the pitches that are most readily available, and if you are only going for a few days then you may feel that this type of pitch will be fine for you.
Although time is running out to book somewhere, you still need to carefully research a place before booking it. You may be surprised to find that not all sites have toilets and showers, and if you see the term “wild camping” then this is often the case.
It is important to read reviews of a site and check that their rules and regulations fit in with what you are looking for. For example, some sites do not allow BBQ’s or camp fires on site and others will have a no noise policy in place after 10pm.
If you have children you may want to check if they have a play area on site or a games room for them to use whilst away.