Northwich, Cheshire (PRWEB) May 10, 2009
So for those who fancy sleeping by the lapping shores of Lake Windermere or Loch Lomond, under the verdant canopy, it's never been easier or more cost effective to enjoy a hassle-free UK camping holiday - with Eurocamp's pre-erected, fully equipped tent accommodation.
Prepared prior to arrival - with beds, bed linen, a kitchen area with 4-burner hob along with crockery and utensils - tents are located on nine National Trust and Forest Holidays campsites (operating exclusively within the Forestry Commission Estate) in Scotland, North Yorkshire, the Lake District, Snowdonia, the Forest of Dean and New Forest.
Enjoy a four night stay over spring bank holiday from Friday 22 May at Roundhill Forest Holidays campsite, in the New Forest, for just £195 (6 persons max). That's just over £48 per night.
The campsite provides a spacious and captivating setting, where the children are sure to be wowed by the freedom to roam and play. And with the many Ranger Activities on offer (at most of the Eurocamp UK Escapes sites, between May and September), you and your family will be able to discover as much as possible about your natural surroundings.
It's an ideal site for those who enjoy rambling and cycling, as there are many paths and trails through the woods. And what could be a better introduction to outdoor pursuits than the chance to enjoy Junior Fishing, hosted on the site itself?
Why not enjoy a seven night stay from Friday 22 -Thursday 28 May at the award-winning Cobleland campsite in Scotland for just £275 for up to six people - that's just £39 per night.
Situated in a riverside setting at the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park - one of Scotland's national treasures - the site is set amongst ancient oak trees and striking natural beauty.
Awarded a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award in 2008, there is plenty to do at this site, with walking, fishing, orienteering and cycling on offer as well as a wide choice of Ranger-led activities.
A mid-week three night break during spring half-term (from Tuesday 26 May to Friday 29 May) at the Great Langdale campsite in the Lake District, costs just £105 (6 persons max). That's just £35 in total per night.
This unspoiled National Trust site is one of the Lake District's most imposing locations. Great Langdale valley offers some of the most striking scenery and is perfect for keen walkers and climbers, who can take their pick from Scafell Pike, White Ghyll and Raven Crag all nearby. Walkers of a gentler disposition will enjoy the rolling paths of Lingmoor and Little Langdale. Also nearby is the pretty village of Grasmere with its many pathways for a number of enjoyable walks.
For further information or to book, please visit http://www.eurocamp.co.uk or call 0844 406 0552