Caravan Times

SignUp
SignIn
  • Home
  • Caravans
  • Motorhomes
  • News
  • Community
  • Features
  • Videos
  • Forum
  • Sites
  • Loading
parks news
Popular Today:
parks news

Five star Shrewsbury caravan park gets £100k facelift

Morris Leisure has invested £100,000 in refurbishing and modernising its facilities

A popular five-star touring caravan park on the edge of Shrewsbury has been given a winter facelift in time for the new holiday season which began on 1 March.

COMPETITION: Win family camping and entry to an All About Dogs 2017 weekend

We have got 2 two night camping passes for your choice of four available shows up for grabs

Secure your pitch at the on-site campsite at All About Dogs festivals this year and you won't miss a single trick during these jam-packed weekends of doggy-related fun and frolics!

Could camping in the wild cure insomnia?

Modern living is increasingly depriving people of sufficient natural light, according to researchers

A recent study in Current Biology has found that a couple of nights in the great outdoors could re-set the body's internal clock.

Fancy a career as a Caravan Warden?

Closing date for applications is 3rd March 2017

The Market Rasen Racecourse Caravan Park in Lincolnshire is looking for two full-time Caravan Wardens to join their team and CaravanTimes think this would be ideal for a friendly couple happy to live and work together on site at a top caravan park for the upcoming season.

CampStead lets campers compare and contrast holidays with new online resource

CampStead can help with anything from tents and caravans, to tipis and yurts

CampStead is a new online resource and comparison website to help you find your perfect escape and has the potential to transform the holiday park industry.

New luxury glamping resort to showcase latest in natural swimming pool design

The Love2Stay resort is being developed by Salop Leisure

A new luxury £4 million touring and glamping resort near Shrewsbury, with a state-of-the-art natural swimming pool at the heart of the development.

Has Tribeca reinvented the caravan?

Away Resorts have spent the past two years developing the Tribeca for the modern family

British holiday park company Away Resorts claims to have reinvented the humble caravan with the introduction of a new concept in affordable UK family accommodation.

Loch Lomond clamps down on motorhome wild camping

Wild campers risk £500 fines if they are found without a valid permit around some areas of Loch Lomond

From March 2017 new rules will require those planning to wild camp in their campervans or motorhomes in certain areas of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park to obtain a permit in advance.

Holiday Park sets 60-year visitor record during NYE celebrations

Silverdale Holiday Park set a 60-year record for people choosing to spend the New Year break away from home.

A Cumbrian village's population almost doubled over New Year with celebrating campers visiting the area.

Scottish caravan park to bring back static homes with flotation devices

Storm Frank caused major damage to many parts of the British Isles a year ago

A Cairngorms caravan park is still picking up the pieces from last year's devastating storm and wants new innovative safety solutions after Storm Frank left trail of destruction.

Top Caravan News

Lunar reports best ever February show

Caravan orders were 14.5 per cent up on the 2016 event

Lunar Caravans are reporting record sales of their touring caravans following last month's Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show at the Birmingham NEC.

Swift announces 2016 financial results

Swift attributes its profitability increase to a focus on product quality, design and product mix

Swift Acquisitions Limited, the parent company of Swift Group, the biggest leisure vehicle manufacturer in the UK, has released its 2016 financial results.

Most Read

PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.

Caravan site gutted in huge fire causing £1m in damage

Burnt out caravans at the site. Pics from Devon & Somerset Fire Service

An enormous fire has ripped through 160 caravans causing £1 million in damage at a site in Somerset