We’ve all seen such signs which imply that we will get into trouble if we venture on to a piece of land but what does it really mean? Is it ok to wild camp on a bit of land that doesn’t appear to be used for crops or livestock? ‘The laws of England, Wales and […]
Motivation – you’ve got to want to do it in the first place! Planning & Preparation – check the weather forecast, plan your meals & snacks, pack your bag in the order you will need things (or use different pockets). Knowledge of the landscape (map). Practice & Testing – learn to put your tent up […]
We are honoured to receive the SME-News 2018 Welsh Enterprise award for ‘Best Campsite Network 2018 – UK’ This is great feedback for everyone involved in helping Nearly Wild Camping become what it is today.
Known for their quality canvas swags, roof tents and awnings, we are pleased to announce the we will be working with Outhaus to retail their products at discounted prices for members.
Introduction Low impact camping is leaving a place with no sign to suggest that you have been there. Yes you may have flattened some grass but that will recover within a short time. Leave no trace – The Seven Principles Plan Ahead and Prepare Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces Dispose of Waste Properly Leave […]
Outdoor People, a social enterprise, with a mission to make the outdoors easy for everyone joins Nearly Wild Camping as a Business Supporter: https://outdoorpeople.org.uk/
rubbastuff – well known for their PACMAT range – have joined Nearly Wild Camping as a Business Supporter. We look forward to working together going forward as we continue to expand the co-operative network. Members can log-in to access a discount code to be used at https://rubbastuff.com/
I remember when I first went to buy sleeping bags for a family camping trip I was rather confused by different prices, sizes, thicknesses etc. All I knew was I wanted everyone to have a good camping experience and not be cold in the night. So slightly unsure, we bought something middle of the range… […]
There are many different types of lighting for camping and particularly in wilder places where you may be faced with pitch black darkness. You should always make sure you have multiple sources of light and spare batteries (of the right type!). Below are some of the most commonly used camping lights: 1) Head torch – […]
Ashby supplies a range of high quality hardwood logs including kiln dried ash, oak, beech, seasoned firewood, kindling and firelighters. They are based in Gawcott, Buckinghamshire and offer next day delivery via courier nationally. They also have a fleet of vans that deliver next day to Buckingham and surrounding towns like Milton Keynes, Towcester, Brackley, […]