Camper Bug Blog

Royal Park to community playground – Windsor Great Park  May 10th, 2019

    The 1,000-year-old Windsor Castle often overshadows Windsor Great Park with its lush forest and rolling lawns. This lovely 9,000-acre space is dotted with lakes, ceremonial walks, Roman ruins, cascades, beautiful gardens, plus plenty of opportunity for long and short trails with stunning vistas.  Take in arresting views of Windsor Castle, the grazing herds [...]


03 charming, tiny villages in England to visit in your campervan or motorhome  May 3rd, 2019

  If your next holiday itinerary includes stops at a pretty village or two, you’ll soon find out that the most picturesque villages lay off the beaten path. This smallest and the best of them lay hidden, which preserves the timeless atmosphere. Ensure you pack in an atlas or road map as sat-nav and GPS [...]


Make the most of your Easter weekend in the UK!  April 18th, 2019

  Daffodils, magnolias, camellias, azalea and rhododendrons bloom in the inviting balmy climates of spring, adding vibrant shades to the woodlands, city parks and gardens in the UK. It’s the first bank holiday succeeding the bleak months of January and February, and there’s a charming atmosphere of annual rebirth. Here are five fun things to [...]


Here’s how to see the best of Avebury Henge  April 11th, 2019

    Avebury Henge in England is one of the most incredible prehistoric remains in the UK. While you might be tempted to draw comparisons to Stonehenge, we encourage you to clear your mind and appreciate the real purpose of the structure and the numerous attractions within the site.   Contrary to popular belief, a [...]


Why is Loch Lomond great for family holidays? Here’s why!  April 5th, 2019

    Securing the perfect location for a successful family vacation can either make or break the entire escape. Select a too-tame setting, and you’ll hear plenty an exclamation of dismay from the adventurers and sports fans in the family. Add too much bustle, and the older travellers dismally watch as hopes for a leisurely [...]


Irelands four most captivating waterfalls.  March 28th, 2019

    The Emerald Isle is shaped and split by rivers which receive over 225 days of rain annually, resulting in lush foliage and captivating, moving bodies of water. County Cavan, for instance, is aptly titled the Lake County and boasts of a lake for each day of the year! In addition to the lakes, [...]


Four prime campsites for mountain loving campers!  March 21st, 2019

    The wind rustles through layers of lush green foliage creating a soft rustling of leaves. The birds of the mountains call out in cheery chirps and elaborate song. The sun struggles to reach the floor of the thick woodland, creating a restful dance of shadows. You’re in a mountain range, or atop a [...]


Forest therapy in Britain’s healing forests  March 14th, 2019

    Do you acquire a perfect sense of calm when you’re in the heart of dense woodland or enclosed by soaring trees? Spending time among the trees is proven to deliver therapeutic effects in the mind and body. It eliminates worry and stress and helps the body unwind and refuel. Forest therapy stems from [...]


Hit the smallest town in Britain and enjoy its quirky contests!  March 7th, 2019

    Though small, the community of Llanwrtyd Wells is known for its big personality and unquestionable peculiarity. Set in mid-Powys, the town claims to be the smallest in Britain with a population of approximately 850 however there are smaller hamlets like Fordwich in Kent. What sets Llanwrtyd Wells apart from similar villages are the [...]


Top 03 spots for nights of stargazing  February 28th, 2019

    Believe it or not, an increasing number of wanders and campers elect to shut down technology and turn all concentration to the heavens. Welcome to the captivating world of stargazing! The new pursuit is sweeping the globe by storm and the UK boasts of some of the darkest skies in Europe. You’ll find [...]