Setting up camp at a holiday park is a great way to enjoy a taste of outdoor life. Holiday parks offer site pitches for setting up tents and/or parking caravans, motorhomes and campervans. These parks are often located in areas with beautiful scenery, like a beach or lakeside.
If you need to book a campsite at a holiday park so you can park a caravan, you need to be aware that not all sites are the same. Here is a look at some key things you need to consider.
Availability/unavailability of power
When you are choosing a site for your camping, you will have to make a choice between a powered or non-powered site. A powered site has an electrical hook up that provides the power required to operate appliances such as electric kettles, toasters, television sets, freezers, and computers so as to provide some level of home comforts. Due care must be exercised when handling electricity provided at a powered site, as the risk of electric shock and fire ignition is always inherent. A non-powered site, on the other hand, does not come with an electrical power outlet. As such, you might have to look for alternative power options for your appliances if you are to make your stay feel homelier.
Size of the campsite
As caravans come in different sizes, the size of the pitches available for camping are not always equal. When you are out looking for a campsite, you will need to take the size of your caravan into consideration. Some sites merely offer enough space to fit your caravan, while others are big enough for you to park a caravan and even set up a tent outside. In order to determine how big your campsite should be, think about what indoor activities you will be taking outdoors. If you will need to take your cooking outdoors, for example, then you will need adequate space to set up an outdoor kitchen.
Planned camping activities
When looking for a campsite at a holiday park, you should also consider the activities you plan to get involved in during your camping stay. If you intend to go out surfing, you will need to book a site that is located near the seaside. If you intend to spend lots of time fishing, a campsite located near the lakeside would be a suitable choice. So, let the activities you've planned for guide your choice of an appropriate campsite.
Before booking a campsite where you will park your caravan, make sure you ask about the check-in and check-out times so you can avoid arriving too early or departing late.Share