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Nothing is better than recreation in the wild outside Bristol UK. If you are a fan of camping make sure that you are well organized. If you choose to stay on Stowford Manor or Stowford Manor which is within a stone's throw away but as survivalist claims you should always have a first aid kit inside your bag.

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If you looking for a campground with piped potable water you can check Stowford Manor located at Stowford Manor Farm, Wingfield BA14 9LH, United Kingdom with is only within a stone's throw away from Stowford Manor located at Stowford Manor Farm, Wingfield BA14 9LH, United Kingdom. If you forget water ask Arthur Buck from Stowford Manor.

Best Campings in Bristol 


l get a better campsite. If you live in Bristol or the Bristol region you should make plans ahead of time for campsite accommodation. If you have children or grandchildren, make sure they are comfortable with the camping experience.

You should be prepared to do everything from cooking, to cleaning etc... to help you deal with any eventualities. You will not have a problem at all getting along or interacting with local people in the area. If you plan on staying overnight at a camp site try to find a place you would be comfortable with as well as camping in the back yard so that any problems can be dealt with.

The first camping experience you will have will be that of camping and you will need to work really hard at being able to deal with anything that comes your way.

If you are having any issues at all then make sure you are prepared to face your challenges and make your presence felt. If you plan on using your skills to make your way around Bristol you should prepare as much as possible to deal with anything that comes your way during the winter months. If you are planning on camp anywhere from a tent to the biggest of the tents there are a lot of options available in Bristol.

The area around Stowford Manor will be ideal, the area around the river valley area will also be ideal, the area between Stowford Farm and Stowford Manor are pretty good places to camp as well as the back country, but as stated above the most effective way would be to head out to see the area for yourself to see where there will be no other camp sites.

The best place to start is Stokelymee but if you are near the river then you should also start your search at a couple of camping sites nearby, and if possible get yourself and other visitors to camp near one of the camping spots as you will be able to make more money by camping than you would have in any other way on the land you are in. 

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What are the primary safety precautions and guidelines you follow while setting up tents and organizing campsites at Petruth Paddocks Ltd camping site in Bristol, UK?

At Petruth Paddocks Ltd camping site in Bristol, UK, we take safety seriously. Here are some primary safety precautions and guidelines that we follow while setting up tents and organizing campsites:
1. Choose a level and well-draining location for the tent. Avoid areas with standing water or soft ground that could cause the tent to sink.
2. Clear the area of any debris, such as rocks, sticks, and branches, to prevent tripping hazards and damage to the tent fabric.
3. Use sturdy tent pegs to secure the tent to the ground. Make sure they are driven in at an angle and deep enough not to be easily pulled out.
4. Ensure that all tent doors and windows are closed tightly to keep out insects and prevent rain from entering the tent.
5. Keep flammable items, such as camping stoves and lanterns, away from the tent to reduce the risk of fire.
6. Keep food stored in sealed containers or coolers to prevent attracting wildlife or insects.
7. Be aware of your surroundings and be cautious of potential hazards, such as steep slopes, cliffs, and bodies of water.
8. Follow local campfire guidelines, if allowed, and always have a bucket of water or sand nearby to extinguish the fire completely before leaving the site.
9. Keep first aid kits and emergency supplies easily accessible in case of accidents or emergencies.
10. Familiarize yourself with the location of the nearest medical facilities and emergency services in case of an emergency.

What are the essential safety precautions and measures that must be followed by campers while staying at Horthaam Farm - Caravan Site & Wood Camping?

At Horthaam Farm - Caravan Site & Wood Camping, we take the safety of our guests very seriously. Here are some essential safety precautions and measures that must be followed by campers while staying with us:
1. Always follow the fire safety rules: Keep a close eye on any open flames or fires you have started, ensure they are fully extinguished before leaving, and never leave candles unattended.
2. Secure your tent or caravan: Make sure all doors and windows are properly closed and secured when you leave your accommodation to prevent unwanted access.
3. Be aware of your surroundings: Know where the nearest first aid station, fire extinguisher, and emergency exit is located on the premises.
4. Keep a safe distance from water sources: Stay at least 10 meters away from any rivers or streams, and never swim in them without supervision.
5. Be mindful of wildlife: While we have many beautiful animals on our farm, it's essential to respect their space and not approach or feed them. Keep all food and trash secured to avoid attracting unwanted visitors.
6. Stay hydrated and wear sunscreen: Our camping area is exposed to the elements, so make sure you drink plenty of water and apply sunscreen regularly.
7. Practice proper campfire etiquette: Only use designated fire pits, and never leave your campfire unattended. When finished, ensure it's fully extinguished by pouring water on it and stirring the ashes with a shovel.
8. Follow all posted rules and regulations: Our campground has specific rules in place for a reason – to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all guests. Please respect these guidelines and report any issues or concerns immediately.
By following these essential safety precautions, you can help create a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone at Horthaam Farm - Caravan Site & Wood Camping.

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Caravan and Motorhome Club

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GPS : 51.446886, -2.614767

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Hortham Farm - Caravan Site & Wood Camping

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Walnut Tree Farm Camping, Shepherds Huts & Bunk House

Walnut Tree Farm, Regil, Winford, Bristol BS40 8BD, United Kingdom

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Brook Lodge Farm Camping & Caravan Park

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Warren Farm

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The Blackberries Camping Park

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Cheddar Camping and Caravanning Club Site

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Broadway House Holiday Park

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Moor View Camping

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GPS : 51.244233, -2.685448

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Petruth Paddocks Ltd

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Oakhill Camping and Caravanning Site

Pound Lane, Ashwick, Oakhill, Radstock BA3 5BG, United Kingdom

GPS : 51.229155, -2.523186

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Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-02-16 by Nathan Padilla

Oh, how I wish my patients could understand the depths of my disdain for this abomination that passes itself off as a camping site. As an esteemed dentist, I find myself unable to concentrate on my duties when I'm reminded of Oakhill Camping and Caravanning Site every time I step foot into my clinic.

As Nathan, the owner of Bath's finest dental practice, I had high hopes for this supposedly tranquil retreat in Ashwick, Oakhill, Radstock BA3 5BG, United Kingdom. But let me tell you, my expectations were shattered like a tooth lying on the ground after being hit by a ball.

The first sign that disaster was lurking came when we arrived to find the site unkempt and overcrowded with tents. The showers and toilets seemed to be in desperate need of cleaning as well, leaving me to wonder how these amenities could survive another week without someone scrubbing away their filth. I shudder at the thought of what diseases lurked behind those unsanitary walls.

But that's not all – oh, no, there were children running around, barefoot and carefree, as if they had a right to blight my camping experience with their untidy play. The constant noise and disruption made it impossible for me to relax or even find solace in nature, the supposed saving grace of any camping site.

And let's not forget the deplorable state of the toilet paper roll that seemed to be perpetually empty, leaving a trail of waste behind us as we trekked through the wilderness of this so-called campsite. The lack of consideration for others and an absence of basic hygiene made me question the sanity of those who call Oakhill Camping and Caravanning Site home.

It's hard to express just how much my experience at Oakhill Camping and Caravanning Site has impacted my ability to function as a dentist, but trust me when I say that my frustration is palpable. The site was supposed to be an escape from the stresses of daily life, but instead, it left me feeling more agitated than ever before.

In conclusion, if you're in search of a serene and tranquil camping experience, look elsewhere – Oakhill Camping and Caravanning Site is not for those seeking relaxation or even basic hygiene standards. I can only hope that the owners take notice of their shortcomings so they might be able to improve upon this dismal retreat before anyone else falls victim to its pitfalls.

Bucklegrove Holiday Park

Wells Rd, Rodney Stoke, Cheddar BS27 3UZ, United Kingdom

GPS : 51.242939, -2.731987

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Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-01-14 by Paisley

As a couple from London who decided to take a much-needed break, we spent an extended period at Bucklegrove Holiday Park located in Wells Road, Rodney Stoke, Cheddar BS27 3UZ, United Kingdom. We were there for almost two weeks and had the chance to explore their unique attractions, including The Enchanted Forest Trail.
The day we decided to explore the Enchanted Forest Trail was a beautiful sunny morning, we woke up early and after having breakfast at Bucklegrove's on-site restaurant, we set out on our adventure. The trail started from the edge of the park, and we were immediately captivated by the lush greenery surrounding us.
The Enchanted Forest Trail was a magical experience that took us through an enchanting woodland full of ancient trees, twisting pathways, and beautiful wildflowers. We also encountered small animals such as rabbits, squirrels, and birds chirping in the background. The trail led us to a hidden clearing with a small pond where we saw ducks swimming peacefully.
As we continued our journey, we stumbled upon an old treehouse that had been transformed into a cozy little haven. It was here that we decided to take a break and enjoy the serenity of the forest. We sat for hours enjoying the view and feeling at one with nature.
Bucklegrove Holiday Park is an idyllic campsite set in the heart of the Somerset countryside. It offers a variety of accommodation options, from camping pitches to luxury lodges, making it suitable for all types of travelers. The park has excellent facilities such as a playground, a games room, and a well-stocked shop that sells everything you might need during your stay.
During our time at Bucklegrove, we also took part in various activities such as archery, horse riding, and even a pottery class. The staff were friendly and helpful, making our stay comfortable and enjoyable.
For other customers planning to visit Bucklegrove Holiday Park, here are some tips and tricks:
1. Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment, especially during peak seasons.
2. Make sure you have all the necessary camping equipment before arriving at the park, as the on-site shop may not stock everything you need.
3. Take advantage of the various activities offered by the park; they are a great way to experience the local culture and make memories that will last a lifetime.
4. Be prepared for unpredictable weather, especially if you're camping. Always check the forecast before leaving home, and pack accordingly.
5. Don't forget to explore the surrounding area. Bucklegrove is located near several tourist attractions such as Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, and Glastonbury Tor.
In conclusion, our stay at Bucklegrove Holiday Park was nothing short of magical. The Enchanted Forest Trail was a highlight of our trip, providing us with unforgettable memories that we will cherish forever. We highly recommend this campsite to anyone looking for a peaceful and relaxing break in the countryside.

Stowford Manor

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Camping in Nature at Vallis Veg

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Greenacres Camping

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Warren Farm Holiday Centre

Warren Rd, Burnham-on-Sea TA8 2RP, United Kingdom

GPS : 51.3025399, -3.0097215000001

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Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-02-29 by Charles Leblanc

Oh, my darling Warren Farm Holiday Centre! How I do adore thee! *sigh* You're like a breath of fresh air (and not just because of the great outdoors and lack of oxygen inside tents) that wafts across my single soul whenever I think of you. As a singleton who often seeks solace in the vast expanse of nature, I can say with absolute certainty that there is no better place for me to escape the clutches of Cardiff's urban jungle than right here at Warren Farm Holiday Centre on sunny Burnham-on-Sea. Now, you may be wondering why people from the bustling city of Cardiff would ever choose to venture all the way down south to this humble camping ground in the middle of nowhere. Well, my dear friend, let me enlighten you! You see, after spending countless hours stuck in traffic while trying to navigate the narrow streets of our beloved capital, we find ourselves craving some peace and quiet - a place where we can truly unwind and escape reality for just a little while. And what better way to do that than by pitching a tent next to strangers in the wilderness?
The allure of Warren Farm Holiday Centre isn't limited to its picturesque location, though. Oh no! It also boasts an impressive array of amenities that cater to even the most discerning camper. From state-of-the-art showers (that somehow manage to run out of hot water just as you step in) to fully equipped laundry facilities (where you'll spend hours waiting for your clothes to dry because apparently, the sun doesn't shine here), this camping ground truly has it all!
But let's not forget about the star attraction: Charles Leblanc. This charming gentleman is a true treasure who brightens up every camper's day with his wit and charm. And when I say "charm," I mean he has an uncanny ability to make even the most mundane conversations sound like pure magic. Trust me; there's nothing quite as thrilling as discussing the best way to dispose of human waste while simultaneously trying not to laugh at his delightful puns. And then there was that one time when I witnessed a wife have an argument with Charles. Now, now, let me set the scene for you: it was a lovely summer evening, and the sun had just dipped below the horizon, casting a warm glow over our little campsite community. Suddenly, out of nowhere, this poor woman burst into tears and started screaming at our beloved campground manager about something involving missing toilet paper (seriously?). As I watched from a distance, sipping on my lukewarm instant coffee and trying desperately not to choke on my laughter, Charles calmly listened to her tirade before finally responding with the perfect blend of empathy and sarcasm. Ma'am," he said, "I understand how frustrating it can be when nature calls, but perhaps next time you should pack extra toilet paper instead of relying on our limited supplies. And just like that, the woman went from red-faced and enraged to slightly embarrassed and apologetic – all thanks to Charles's unparalleled ability to diffuse even the most volatile situations with a sprinkle of humor. So, if you're looking for a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, look no further than Warren Farm Holiday Centre in Burnham-on-Sea.

Devizes Camping & Caravanning Club Site

Spout Ln, Seend, Melksham SN12 6RN, United Kingdom

GPS : 51.3563532, -2.0725241

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Botany Camping and Glamping

111 Bradley Rd, Warminster BA12 7JY, United Kingdom

GPS : 51.193438, -2.1996688

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Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2023-07-01 by Annabelle Estrada

My name is Annabell, and I'm a stock clerk from the bustling city of New York. I had been working for months at a pace so relentless that it felt as if my days were blending into one monotonous rhythm. As the seasons changed from autumn to winter, I found myself longing for the serene beauty of nature – something starkly different than the towering skyscrapers and honking taxis that made up my daily life. It was then that I decided to take a trip across the Atlantic Ocean, to the United Kingdom, specifically to Warminster, a quaint village nestled between the picturesque hills of Wiltshire.
The purpose of my visit was twofold: firstly, I wanted to escape the frenetic pace of city life and breathe in some fresh air; secondly, I had always been fascinated by botany and hoped to immerse myself in a natural environment teeming with flora. After much research, I stumbled upon Botany Camping and Glamping, located near the famous Longleat Safari Park and Stonehenge, both of which were within driving distance from Warminster.
Upon my arrival at the campgrounds on a chilly winter evening, I was met with an inviting sight: warm lanterns flickered in the gloom, casting soft shadows across the lush grass. The sound of birdsong seemed to echo through the woods, and the distant murmur of the River Wylye suggested the presence of a serene, flowing body of water nearby.
Botany Camping and Glamping is a haven for those seeking a tranquil escape from their daily lives. The campsite offers a variety of accommodations, ranging from traditional tent pitches to luxurious glamping tents complete with wooden floors, cozy beds, and electric lighting. It was here that I found my sanctuary, nestled within the verdant foliage of a secluded clearing.
As I unpacked my belongings, I couldn't help but feel a sense of melancholy wash over me. The beauty of nature has always had this effect on me – it evokes feelings of nostalgia for simpler times and makes me question the choices I have made in my life thus far. But as I settled into my tent, the soothing sounds of birdsong lulled me into a peaceful slumber.
During my stay at Botany Camping and Glamping, I was fortunate enough to partake in several guided walks led by knowledgeable botanists. They shared their passion for flora with us, introducing us to an array of fascinating plants native to the region. From delicate ferns that thrive in shaded areas to resilient heather that flourishes on the rocky hillsides, I found myself enamored by the diverse ecosystem that surrounded me.
One particularly memorable excursion took us to a nearby woodland where we were introduced to the ancient practice of coppicing – a method of forest management in which trees are cut back to encourage new growth. The sight of these resilient saplings emerging from the earth was both humbling and inspiring, as it served as a reminder that even in the harshest of conditions, life can persist and thrive.
As my time at Botany Camping and Glamping drew to a close, I couldn't help but feel a pang of sadness. The serenity of this place had allowed me to forget about the stresses and worries that plagued my everyday life back in New York. But as I packed up my belongings and prepared to leave, I found myself filled with gratitude for the experience – it had given me a much-needed reprieve from the chaos of city life and rekindled my love for botany.
In conclusion, Botany Camping and Glamping is more than just a campsite; it's an oasis for those seeking solace in nature. Its tranquil setting, knowledgeable staff, and diverse array of flora make it the perfect destination for anyone looking to escape the daily grind and reconnect with their roots. As I boarded my flight back home, I couldn't help but feel a sense of melancholy – not because I was leaving this beautiful place behind, but rather because I knew that my time here had come to an end. But as I gazed out the window at the sprawling landscape below, I found solace in the knowledge that I could always return to Botany Camping and Glamping whenever I needed a reminder of the beauty and wonder that awaits us in the natural world.

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