Monday, 30 July 2012

Camping comes in all shapes and sizes ...

Camping season is now in full swing here at Clippesby Hall with lots of families making the most of the sunshine and fresh air and enjoying getting out and about on the Norfolk Broads.

We had this quirky trailer tent arrive a couple of weeks ago from Holland - we can't make up minds if it looks more like the Sydney Opera House or the exhibition centre in Glasgow known locally there as the 'Armadillo'.

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It looked really comfy inside, two large single beds and a tiny kitchen, then a small veranda with a cover to protect you from the elements on the front.

 

 

 

 

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The VW Campers have been out and about in force this year, this little blue one liked us so much it came back for the 2nd time in as many weeks.  If you fancy camping 'Retro' style, but don't want the expense of buying your own V-Dub,  Retro Campers Norfolk & Snail Trail both offer a hire service and our pitches in the Rabbits Grove are absolutely perfect for them.

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Another unusual camping style is the 'Teardrop Trailer' available to hire from Clever Camper.  We have mentioned these before in our blogs - a tiny trailer with everything you need for a camping trip - including a comfy bed, delivered to your pitch by the owner ready for you to move into and start enjoying your holiday!

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If you have a wacky tent or unusual camping method, post your pictures on our Facebook page, we'd love to see them!

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