Please do not make a start on any works until you have applied to us and received our decision in writing. If you already hold a caravan site licence from your Local Authority, the Club will be unlikely to issue you with a certificate, unless the proposed Certificated Location is entirely separate from your other business activities. Only one certificate can be issued for the same landholding.
The Club has two campsites that offer cabins, Teversal and Ashbourne. Ashbourne Camping Cabin Whatever the weather, try glamping in our lovely new camping cabin at Ashbourne.
Book a UK campsite pitch at over 80 locations. With 54 campsites across the UK, there's always somewhere new to discover. From the lochs of the Scottish Highlands to Devon’s incredible Jurassic Coast, you'll find a campsite to suit your needs. Anyone can access our tent camping sites and you don't need to be a member to get started.Contact your local council for a licence if you live in England, Scotland or Wales and want to use your land as a caravan site. You don’t need a licence to run a caravan site if: The council may.With sites all over the UK, take a look at what the Camping and Caravanning Club offers and see what's right for you. Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site Adgestone, Isle of Wight. Perfect for families wanting a relaxing holiday, with it's own pool, play area and shop. Lots to do nearby as well. Alton, The Star Camping and Caravanning Club Site Cotton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
I'm tempted to join the Camping and Caravanning Club, but not sure if it's worth it. We're a family of four, with a tent and plan to go camping maybe 5 a times a year. We have been shocked by how much We've paid for pitch fees recently (approximately 25 quid a night.) So, are the pitch fees cheaper on the certified sites than on normal sites? Are the sites generally better kept than normal.Read More
An estimated 15.7m domestic camping and caravanning trips were made in the UK last year, making it a potentially lucrative additional income for farmers with land to spare.Read More
Whether you're looking for a traditional camping holiday in a tent, want to park up on a touring pitch or unwind on a luxury glamping experience, this organisation has you covered. With sites all over the UK, take a look at what the Camping and Caravanning Club offers and see what's right for you.Read More
Scarborough Camping and Caravanning Club Site Burniston Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Our Club Site at Scarborough is an ideal base for exploring the cliffs and beaches of Yorkshire's coast. Skipsea Sands Holiday Park Skipsea, East Yorkshire. Family friendly holiday park located in the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire with ten pin bowling and onsite gym. Street Head Caravan Park.Read More
Caravan Club Towcar of the Year 2013 New MOT Rules for 2012 Caravan Club Towcar of the Year 2012 Caravan Club Towcar of the Year 2011 Discovery Named Best Towcar 2010: See the full list of articles in this section, including another 6 entries.Read More
The Camping and Caravanning Club Classifieds helps campers and caravanners find a great selection of caravanning items for sale. You can place your advert ONLINE today with a great introductory rate and also book your advert into the Camping and Carvanning Club magazine! This service is free for members of The Camping and Caravanning Club if you choose a minimum sized online advert with no.Read More
To run a caravan or camping site, you need a licence from the local authority. The number of caravans permitted on the site will be specified on the licence along with other specific conditions. The Caravan and Control of Development Act 1960 prohibits the use of land as a caravan site unless the occupier holds a site licence issued by the local authority. There are some exceptions: A caravan.Read More
Camping sites require a different type of licence issued under the Public Health Act 1936. (Even if you hold a Caravan Site Licence) Applications for site licences are made to the local authority in whose area the land situated. Applications must be in writing, should detail the land the application concerns, must include all planning permissions and any other information required by the local.Read More
Club events. Members of caravan and camping clubs are welcome to use our sites. All bookings must be made online with details for each customer who wishes to stay. Pitch charges are as indicated on the list of fees and charges.Read More
The Greener Camping Club was set up by the owners of two campsites, with a shared passion for enviroment-friendly camping holidays. The Club is an Exempted Camping organisation that channels a percentage of membership fees into environmental projects.Read More