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What star shall we give Underhill Farm?

Reversing the star system

One of the features of Nearly Wild Camping is the rating system we are going to use. We are going to take the conventional star system for tourist accommodation and turn it on it’s head. So in the middle of nowhere, with no facilities is going to be 5*! I have been having a think […]

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Toilet Block

Not so wild camping

As I mentioned in the last blog, we ended up with a rather ironic camping location at the Welsh smallholders show last weekend. I just thought you might appreciate a photo of it! As well as the beautiful brick toilet block with the lights on all night, may I point out the road just visible […]

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Nearly Wild Camping Stand

And we’re off!

The Nearly Wild Camping team are now back and recovering from a whirlwind weekend at the Welsh Smallholder show. It was wonderful to talk to so many enthusiastic people, confirming that there really is a demand for Nearly Wild Camping from both campers and smallholders. We talked to people who were veteran wild campers, who […]

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Let us know what you think

As well as looking for enthusiastic volunteer campers and sites to get involved in our trial this summer, we are still collecting people’s opinions and ideas on how Nearly Wild Camping could and should work. We have made a couple of short surveys to let people have their say. So if you have a few […]

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Welcome to the Nearly Wild Camping Blog

Whatever your idea of wild, Nearly Wild Camping lets you get away from conventional campsites and experience wilder places, being comfortable to enjoy the experience with friends and family, knowing you can camp there and what facilities are available. We use a star system, similar to that used for tourist accommodation, but working in reverse, […]

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