Many sites set a maximum occupancy of 6/8 people per pitch, so try breaking your booking down into smaller groups to generate more results.
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As a Scout Network Member you get to take part in all the usual great Scouting activities such as kayaking, climbing, camping as well as work on projects helping to support your local community.
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We’re not going to harp on only about TOWIE or white stilettoes, because that would be mightily unfair to lovely Essex.
It’s home of the oldest recorded town in Britain (Colchester, but you knew that), historic villages such as St Osyth and seaside resorts including Clacton-on-Sea and Southend-on-Sea.
And, more amusingly, Essex is where a holidaymaker spotted a ‘lion’ in 2012, making it top of our list for big game hunting (for actual wildlife, barn owls and otters can be spotted in the AONB Dedham Vale on the Essex/Sussex border).
Essex campsites can be used as a base to see the best of the county, from hiking Epping Forest to clubbing in Chelmsford: if you need some inspiration, take a look at the ‘Local Attractions’ tab on each listing for details of what to do in the area, or look for campsites in Essex according to leisure on site or nearby.
Every week they are busy making things, having a go at outdoor activities, playing games, going out on visits, making new friends or going on a sleepover! Cubs activities focus on fun, adventure and gaining even more new experiences like going away camping for a whole week or trying out new activities like climbing.
Explorers can make the most of a huge range of opportunities.
Everything from taming the waves on a sailboat to campaigning for National change.