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50 things to do in 2015, in association with the Caravan Club

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We've teamed up with The Caravan Club to make your 2015 the best year of touring yet!


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Caravan magazine has teamed up with The Caravan Club to list 50 great activities and events for you to consider in 2015.

Caravan magazine on FacebookGo wild on a Segway from the brilliant Meathop Fell CC site in Cumbria or immerse yourself in nature at stunning Lady Margaret’s Park, on the Welsh border. Alternatively, stopover at the amazing Edinburgh CC site on your way to the wild north-west of Scotland, or pitch at wonderful Abbey Wood for a weekend in the capital.

Thanks to The Caravan Club, you’re guaranteed quality facilities wherever you head. Click on the links below...
 


Part one: 1-9

Caravan 50 things part one


Part two: 10-19

Caravan 50 things part two


Part three: 20-29

Caravan 50 things part three


Part four: 30-39

Caravan 50 things part four


Part five 40-50

Caravan 50 things part five


Part six: The Caravan Club campsites to stay at

Caravan 50 things part six

 

 


The writers


Eight brilliant Caravan magazine writers (and editor Sootheran) have listed some of their favourite activities for you to try.

Clowance Lawton

Ex-Caravan mag work-experience bod, now relaxing back at uni

Richard Chapman

Freelance touring expert, caravanned as an embryo

Terry Owen

Mr Tech, enjoys touring all year round

Susie Kearley

Arguably Britain’s most active caravanner and prolific travel writer

Hans Seeberg

From Formula One to caravanning! Hans is certainly versatile

Lee Davey

Family caravanner, Lee, loves the great outdoors… and his Sprite

Lynne Maxwell

Super-sub, Lynne, is never happier than when exploring the hills

Paul Howard

Regularly contributing to Caravan mag, Paul loves the weird and wonderful

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