The demand for affordable accommodation during the games has reached new heights and booking couldn't be easier! The payment process we have used for Camping At The Games is exactly the same as Campingninja so it's also secure and reliable! And if you are an Olympic or Paralympic volunteer who is unsure what shifts you are working and require a bit more flexibility, we can accommodate you with our flexi-camp deal!
For those of you who may be unsure about booking at a temporary campsite do not fear, we are the camping experts and can assure you that all the required provisions are in place. Each of these three sports clubs has something unique to offer its visitors, so there really is something to suit everybody!
Craig Hunter, chairman of Reading Rugby Club, is delighted to be part of the project; “We’re not a big premiership club with big sponsors or big money coming in from the gate and so most of our rugby club development and funds come from our own members, some sponsorship and lots of fundraising. This is a great opportunity for raising funds for us to put straight back into developing rugby within our community. It will also be a great way to raise our profile in the community and in the wider world, which will hopefully encourage more membership and potentially sponsorship too. Lastly, it will just be great fun to get the whole club involved in such a huge sporting event, Holme Park has a fantastic atmosphere and we are keen to share it with our visitors!”
You can keep up to date with what's happening at Camping at the Games by becoming a facebook fan or by following us on Twitter! So what are you waiting for, book your camping for the Olympic and Paralympics now!
After a week of begging, ‘‘Please, no more raisins!’’ at the seemingly endless hoards of mince pies, mini stollen, slices of Christmas cake and helpings of Christmas pudding coming my way throughout the Christmas festivities – much to my delight (and relief!), raisin season had finally ended and a happy New Year had begun. And with just 2 days to go until the Camping At The Games priority booking opens, I simply could not wait to find out what campsites would be on offer during the Olympics. The excitement was almost too much to bear. In fact, to say I was excited was an understatement. I ninjatastically just couldn’t wait!
But until Thursday 5th January, all I could do was to wait. And sadly, there was only one thing for a waiting Camping Ninja to do to take my mind off it – eat more raisins!
Raisins in January was without a doubt, wrong, but I was sure it would be worth it, as then on Thursday, my 2012 Christmas would be sure to come early. Happy really early Christmas and Happy New Year! Here’s to a fantastic 2012 of camping, the Olympics and the following months less-raisined!