If you’re not quite ready to tuck your caravan or motorhome up for the winter and are looking for another adventure, there are still holiday parks open to the public.
The Caravan and Motorhome Club has 54 sites that welcome visitors year round, as well as a number of certificated locations (CLs).
That means you can choose a place to pitch up with facilities including heated shower blocks and laundry rooms or opt for a more basic set-up if your leisure vehicle is relatively self contained.
Caravanning in the colder months can be a lot of fun, with crisp clear days perfect for wintry walks, safe in the knowledge you can go back to a cosy caravan.
Many of the sites that are busy during high season are calmer at this time of year and you can explore the natural surroundings on your own terms.
With the right preparation, there’s no reason you can’t continue to enjoy your leisure vehicle year round and you might even have the unforgettable experience of waking up to snow.
This year, three more Club sites have extended their opening dates through November, December and January.
Burford, Norfolk Broads and Teesdale Barnard Castle can now be booked right through the winter for a break away in the run up to Christmas or in the new year.
Check out all of the Club’s sites that are open through the winter, with options ranging from Hillhead in Devon to Stonehaven Queen Elizabeth Park in Scotland.
Then make sure you have all your cold weather gear, winter tyres and a good supply of hot chocolate ahead of your trip.
Membership of the Club starts at just £54 a year, giving you access to its entire network of sites, as well as discounts on a wide range of products and services.
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