member peedee, Motorhomer From Bedfordshire four red stars [Online] Posted 21 August 2012 by peedee Quote | Report Motorhomes are designed to be self sufficient for many days. They do not need the convienient services that a touring caravan requires. In Italy most Autoroute service areas had clearly marked "Camper Dump Points" from the highway. Long distance coaches also used these facilities. I have also encountered them in Spain and France. I do not know of one in any UK Motorway service area. Norway also has dump points dotted around the country, they are even marked on tourist maps. Many are available in garages. Has anyone stayed on the newly created overnight parking at the Lytham St Annes? Any feedback welcomed. I see two more councils are to create facilities. Tendring Borough Council in Essex and Malvern Hills District Council in Worcestershire now have plans to allow motorhomes to stay overnight in designated car parks. Tendring DC are planning an experimental scheme at one car park, if it is a success they hope to extend it to others in their area. Malvern Hills DC have now approved motorhome stopovers in the Hanley Road Car Park in Upton upon Severn, the facility will be introduced as soon as the Parking Orders have been amended. They also plan to install a water tap, toilet waste disposal facility, and picnic benches. peedee Post liked!