Camper Dan Jackson

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11th May 2009

Camper Dan Jackson's activity

  1. May 2009
  2. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Little Meadow Camp Site in West Country, United Kingdom

    Lovely views of the North Devon coast are this site's main attraction, but some people ramble over from the South West Coast Path, Britain's longest walking way, an some stay here for its proximity to the UNESCO biosphere at Braunton Burrows. The clif…"

  3. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Sligachan Campsite in Scotland, United Kingdom

    This site is backed by scenery on a monumental scale: The Black Cuillins, so all walking, cycling, or recreating is on a grander scale. The facilities are basic – this is proper camping without the bells and decorations and with plenty of midges. There…"

  4. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Side Farm Camp in Lake District, United Kingdom

    Tranquil and surrounded by breathtaking views overlooking Ullswater, this campsite is a mile from the nearest road so the only sounds you'll hear are fellow campers and the rural ambient bleating of sheep. This is camping for people who really like camp…"

  5. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Batcombe Vale Camp in Bristol, United Kingdom

    In deepest, greenest rural Somerset, Batcombe Vales is an easy jaunt from Longleat, why some families choose it, in hills that roll around waiting for you to walk all over them. Four lovely lakes, ringed by pathways and lanes set the scene – and it's a …"

  6. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Shell Island Campsite in Wales, United Kingdom

    This is the UK's largest campsite and you can only get out to it on its island at low tide and once you get there there's no public transport so you're a captive audience for the views and the beach, the entertainment of going crabbing on the causeway or…"

  7. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Hooks House Farm in North East England, United Kingdom

    Untangling the children's stories you'd think it would be Peter Pan's Bay that Hook's House farm would overlook, but the open slopes of this working farm on the North Yorkshire coast has a view over Robin Hood's Bay and the sea in one direction, and the …"

  8. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Caerfai Bay Caravan and Tent Park in Wales, United Kingdom

    Teetering on the edge of a cliff overlooking Caerfai and St Brides Bay and a stunning line of coast behind it, this campsite is on the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park and only 200 metres away from the nearest sandy beach. Some of the pitches are…"

  9. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Troytown Farm in The United Kingdom

    Remote, remote, remote location, the waters at the western edge of this ex-farm campsite feel like they're at the edge of the world. The fact that a tractor comes to pick up you and your gear just adds to the feeling of being away from a lot of the thin…"

  10. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Fisherground Campsite in Lake District, United Kingdom

    "A child's dream, this site has an adventure course, a tree house, zip wire and a pond with rafts; and just down the road is a miniature steam railway. But best of all you're allowed to have an open fire, and they do a big barbecue. For adults the draw …"

  11. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Burrowhayes Farm in West Country, United Kingdom

    Go rural at this farm campsite which is well equipped enough to be able to rent you a horse. Most campers come to walk or admire Exmoor, which the site is on the cusp of, or to recharge on peace and quiet, but it's close to Minehead if the scenic quiet …"

  12. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Ayr Holiday Park in West Country, United Kingdom

    The views over the cliffs and beach of Porthmeor Bay, make this site. It's just a few minutes walk, down a steep hill, from the pubs and decent fish and chip shops of St. Ives, and for even higher standards of creature comforts a man comes by in a van e…"

  13. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed Gwern Gof Isaf Farm Campsite in Wales, United Kingdom

    Popular with Duke of Edinburgh Award challengers, rock climbers and abseilers, this 'farm' is National Trust, but a family runs the campsite, which has bunkhouses and pitches. It's the scenery rather than the bunkhouses that appeal though, rocky peaks a…"

  14. Camper Dan Jackson reviewed The Warren in South East England, United Kingdom

    Atop the white cliffs with views over the ocean, The Warren says it's in the perfect spot for a pre-tunnel camping warm up for campers heading to France - if the pretty villages of Kent and cliff top walking and views aren't enough for you. There are 80…"