Get away from it all at a Club Certificated Location
29 June 2012
There are many advantages to choosing a Caravan Club site for
your summer holiday, and one of them is the chance to explore
unfamiliar and exciting parts of the UK.
We have sites in over 2,500 Certificated Locations (CLs) with
around 20 new ones added monthly, giving you the opportunity to
relax in some of the best remote locations of Britain.
There's nothing like going off the beaten track to help you
discover areas and adventures that you might not otherwise have
come across and enjoy getting away from the crowds.
CLs are small campsites with a maximum of five vans and catered
exclusively for use by Caravan Club members. They are covered by a
special Act of Parliament and they don't need a site licence or
formal planning permission.
They are often on small private land, such as a small holding,
farm or golf course.
One of the loveliest of these remote locations is Traig Beach in
the Highlands. This quiet site on Scotland's west coast offers
unrivalled proximity to a gorgeous sandy beach and is part of the
Traig Gold Course.
Dogs are allowed, so you can take your pet for long walks on the
beach and you can also enjoy some stunning views of the islands of
Skye, Eigg and Rhum.
If you're looking for a CL holiday that offers plenty of exercise,
you should head for Fegla Fach Farm in Arthog, Wales. Although the
facilities are basic, the wide range of outdoor attractions like
Cregennen lakes and sandy beachs more than make up for it. The
nearby Maddach Trail is also perfect for cyclists and walking
For another CL in a truly beautiful natural setting, head for the
grounds of Bill Fen Marina in Cambridgeshire. Located at the centre
of the Tolkien-esque named Middle Level Navigations, the two
camping areas located near the network of waterways are quiet,
peaceful and well-suited to those who enjoy a spot of fishing
during their holiday.