11 May 2012 : Written by Katie Astbury
Crealey meadows camping
The next big weekend in the camping calendar is the Jubilee, there are a host of places to go camping so why not take the opportunity to get away with a group of mates and have a jubilee themed BBQ with Great British beef burgers and bunting! Or steer clear of Jubilee celebrations altogether and immerse yourself in the great outdoors, filling your weekend with tranquil scenery and spectacular views! Whatever you decide book your site as soon as possible so that you don't miss out, they are filling up fast...here are the ones we still have available!
If you are still struggling to find some inspiration for the Jubilee weekend we have a fantastic family offer exclusively for Campingninja fans! Throughout June Crealey Meadows Camping and Caravan Park in Devon are giving you a free child place, with your family camping pitch, which during the half term break and over the Jubilee weekend also entitles you to half price entry to the Adventure Park! The park is well equipped with rides, slides and a petting zoo, perfect for family entertainment and there are a whole host of activities that you can also enjoy in the local area including the stunning Devonshire countryside. The campsite is also only a stones through from the beautiful beaches in Weymouth, Dawlish and Torquay.
Also fast approaching, with less than 80 days to go, is the Olympics! It's been a very busy month for Camping at the Games, we have received an influx in bookings from volunteers and ticket holders all over the world, including; the USA, Canada, Australia, Russia, France, Holland, Belgium, the Czech Republic and more! In order to cope with this demand we have now opened a further to temporary campsites, the Match Day Centres in Walthamstow and Barking RFC, both less than 30 minutes from the Olympic Park! With the release of a further million tickets today the demand for affordable accommodation during the games is higher than ever, so if you plan to camp you need to book now!
Even if you don't have tickets for the games you can still enjoy all the extra events taking place in London and Weymouth during the Olympic period! Activities range from the non-ticketed road cycling, marathon and sailing to Weymouth's very own Opening Ceremony on the beach to a host of London Live sites where you can watch all the sporting action at the heart of the games. This is a great opportunity to combine your love of camping with the Olympics and it doesn't have to cost you a fortune, you can also explore London and Weymouth too, so what are you waiting for?! To find out what else is happening head to our blog.