Jeep? There aint no Jeep in that picture. Sadly no Meryl Streep in the tent either, I was up for it, but Kate Beckinsale wouldn't let her in.Jeep, massive tent.........................that's cheating ............would be difficult getting away with wild camping with that set up though.
I would expect to see Robert Redford & Meryl Streep stepping out of that tent
Very sensible.you'll make yourself much more attractive to family groups by suppyling a disposal bin. I hope this helps and hasn't offended
Shocking !Doesnt fire work for that?
There won't be any 'car' campers or the like, everyone will have to carry their gear in, but that won't be more than a 20 minute hike - firewood will be there as will green for crafts at no extra charge.Could you offer different rates for 'car' campers and those that arrive under their own steam?
It's frustrating to cycle or walk to a campsite, with a minimal tiny tent, and be charged the same as a group of 4 who arrive in a van with a 5metre bell tent, etc.
I've stayed quite a bit at a place called Middlewood (there is a website) that offers wild camping, barn/bothy camping, camp in a yurt or sleeping in bunk accommodation inside. Different charges for each. They cater for groups (especially school groups) and have to be careful about firewood. Either you buy some (cut but not chopped logs), or you can use rough wood from a designated place (useful for school groups - you send the little sods to burn off some energy carrying mossy wet logs from a field).
Wow that's really helpful thanks, will take a look at these fore sure.To get an idea of prices, the following link is a selection of camp sites or wild camping sites that I have put together recently. Some are full blown camp-sites and some are more true to the wild camping ethos.
I have not even visited all of these websites. The way I research involves the gathering of lots of links on a subject then going though all the sites I have gathered.
Wild camping/ fires allowed etc.