CAMC announces Space Camp

The Caravan and Motorhome Club (CAMC) is pioneering the lunar tourism industry by building the Moon’s very first campsite. In the southeast corner of the Sea of Tranquility, construction of its most ambitious project to date is now underway. 

With state-of-the-art launch and habitation facilities, Club members can expect the same high-quality experience they’d get on Earth, whilst looking down at the rest of the planet.

Getting to Space Camp

CAMC is not expecting you to load up the motorhome and simply drive to the Sea of Tranquility. Instead, several launch sites are currently in development, including a vertical system at Altnaharra, Sutherland and a horizontal facility at Treamble Valley, Cornwall.

Expect to see future launch sites confirmed across Scotland, Wales and the south of England.

What does Space Camp involve?

Adventurers will arrive on the lunar surface in their own choice of outfit, before opting for an accompanied walk or direct transportation to the site itself. Once there, guests will be able to make the most of CAMC’s habitation, developed in conjunction with Bailey of Bristol, as well as unrivalled convenience and high-spec recreational domes.

Preparations are well underway and Space Camp is set to launch by 2024. Take a look at the video below for more information and to keep up with all the latest developments, head to the Caravan and Motorhome Club website.