If you’re a lover of peace and quiet, breath-taking views and friendly faces, camping during the festive period at one of our winter UK campsites is a great option for a New Year or Christmas break.
We’ve taken the time to compile the coolest (no pun intended) camping gear, advice and suggestions in time for this year’s cold weather camping period.
The cold weather camping essentials you’ll need to remember to pack
When winter camping you’ll need to go prepared and pack with the worst case scenario in mind – don’t rely on what the weatherman says. Pack “emergency” extra clothes and blankets and be prepared to extend your trip if the weather is too bad to drive.
Here are a few tips and tricks to make sure your stay toasty inside your tent, we promise you’ll be glad you read this.
It’s easy to imagine cold, sleepless nights in your tent however it’s 100% possible to stay warm and comfortable on your pitch no matter what the weather brings. Being prepared (and planning for the worst case scenario) is the key to keeping warm. The first thing to consider when thinking about your winter camping trip is your shelter; here we’re focusing on tent campers.
Not just any standard tent will do, below are things to look out for when purchasing a tent intended for all year round use.
The tents below are just a few of the structures on the market that have been built with technology in mind, ensuring the best chances of keeping you snug on chilly winter evenings. For more information on picking the best tent for your needs, see our guide to choosing your tent which details the materials and optional features you'll need to consider.
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