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Famous traveler Omar Carr - recommended camping pitch the wild of Manchester.

If you love camping and want to stay in your tent around the Manchester make sure that you are prepared. If you are in Upper Booth Farm there should be a cooker but as any good prepper you should have a sleeping bag in your EDC.

Quite and well equipped campsites in Manchester

In the neighborhood of the Manchester you can find Charity Farm located at Smithy Brow, Wigan WN6 9PP, United Kingdom with is 81.37 kilometers away from Fox Hagg Farm Campsite located at Sheffield S6 5SN, United Kingdom. Those camping pitch are equipped with shower and piped potable water.

Most comfortable campings in Manchester 

There are two main routes into and around Manchester which will take you straight to the city centre:The Manchester to Manchester route, from UB to Manchester via Manchester city center, has some of the most amazing views of Manchester City in the City Centre. If you are into camping you can go there and stay in a tent if your planning to camp there.

But if you are just wanting to go camping, this route is where you should choose. This route is best suited to people who like to hike and want peace of mind. There is another route through Manchester, through the city center (the main line, or bus line,) which is a bit quieter and can take longer. The Manchester to UB line is also a good option for people who want more of Manchester, but would rather not camp there at all.

The Manchester to Manchester route goes through the city center. If you are planning to make the long trip to UB or Manchester you would be better off going to the city centre. If you are in Manchester or in the city, you will notice that the Manchester area has a lot of shops, restaurants, bars and shops, including bars, cafes, pubs and restaurants. You might also notice a few pubs, like The Rock, that is popular nightclubs for people who live and work in nearby Manchester.

If you are looking for a more quiet place to camp, you will find that the Manchester area has a lot more pubs than the City and UB. Manchester is also the most likely place to have a pub.There are some options to explore the wild and interesting side of Manchester if you are prepared.

Manchester is a fantastic place to see wild boar, zebras and other animals. Some areas of Manchester are known for being known for having wild boar, but there are a few areas where you could also do the Wild Boar Walking Tour. You should definitely try the Manchester to Manchester route. 

Caravan and Motorhome Club

Burrs Country Park Club Site, Woodhill Road, Bury, Lancashire BL8 1DA, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.611213, -2.305485

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Piethorne Valley Camping

Huddersfield Rd, Newhey, Rochdale OL16 3QG, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.603977, -2.081832

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Ripponden Rd, Denshaw, Oldham OL3 5UN, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.5989862, -2.0370517

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The Paddock

Kay's Cottage, Sheep Hey Farm, Leaches Road, Shuttleworth, Bury BL0 0ND, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.657533, -2.309498

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Crowden Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Woodhead Rd, Crowden SK13 1HZ, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.49042, -1.893682

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Hayfield Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Kinder Rd, Hayfield, High Peak SK22 2LE, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.3777166, -1.9302198

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Combs Valley Campsite

Chapel-en-le-Frith SK23 9UW, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.307957, -1.931801

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Jarman Farm

Jarman Farm, Jarman, Sutton, Macclesfield SK11 0HJ, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.2409984, -2.1067932999999

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Upper Booth Farm

Edale, Hope Valley S33 7ZJ, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.3660659, -1.8467224

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Rising Sun Farm

Cartworth Moor,, Gill Ln, Holmfirth HD9 2TU, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.557936, -1.797194

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YHA Camping Barn, Edale

Edale, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.3695966, -1.7989944999999

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The Caravan Club, Buxton

Grin Low Rd, Buxton SK17 6UJ, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.246251, -1.9297265

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Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park

Thongsbridge, Holmfirth HD9 7TD, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.5900951, -1.7714667

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Charity Farm

Smithy Brow, Wigan WN6 9PP, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.617971, -2.7256527

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Ponden Mill Camping

0HP, Ponden Ln, Stanbury, Keighley BD22, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.8316224, -2.0072668

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Fox Hagg Farm Campsite

Sheffield S6 5SN, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.3788824, -1.5626808

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Smithy Fields Camping

The Stables Lode Lane Alstonefield, Ashbourne DE6 2FY, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.097512, -1.8032940000001

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Niffany Farm Caravan and Camping

Niffany Farm,, Broughton Road, Skipton BD23 3AA, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.959336, -2.0491

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Hebden Bridge Club Site, Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5RU, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.720114, -1.990532

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Castleton Club Site, Castleton, Derbyshire S33 8WB, United Kingdom

GPS : 53.351129, -1.771199

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