10 items you should never forget on your caravan holiday
Preparing for your static caravan holidays can be very hectic, particularly if you've booked last minute UK breaks. There's always that one item you leave at home, so to help you out, here are our 10 items you should never forget on your caravan holiday...
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Preparing for your caravan holiday can be very hectic, particularly if you've booked last minute holiday deals. There's always that one item you leave at home. Here is our list of the 10 things you should never forget on your caravan holiday.
1. Your Dog
You wouldn't actually forget your dog - would you? With miles of sandy beaches throughout the South West, there's no reason while your four legged friend shouldn't join you in our pet friendly accommodation.
What better way to fill the space normally taken up in your car with camping equipment, than by bringing your BBQ. Fire it up at some of the most scenic picnic spots in the South West.
Devon and Cornwall boast the best waves in the UK, so your surfboard is a must! Fear not if you do forget (or don't have room) there are local surf schools that will hire them out.
Although this Summer is set to be the hottest ever we know you can never trust the British weather! The coastal paths can get boggy, so save your trainers by bringing your wellies.
It can be hard to cook quick tasty dishes on your caravan holidays. Salt, pepper and barbecue sauce can be used to season and marinade your meat prior to cooking.
Are these the most common item to forget? Make sure you pack them on top. If you arrive at john Fowlers caravan sites Uk early, you can use the park's pool while your accommodation is prepared.
7. Beach Games
The expansive beaches offer plenty of room for a family game of cricket or bat and ball. If you're staying at a North Devon Holiday Parks, head down to Croyde for a game of beach volleyball.
Take some downtime while the kids are rockpooling and get lost in a book. It's also a great way to pass the time if you have a long car journey down to the South West.
9. Bottle Opener
How often are you stuck without a bottle opener? Bring a combined corkscrew bottle opener and enjoy a glass of wine or cold beer under the stars.
Bikes are an essential to bring on your last minute UK breaks. Stack them on your cars bike rack and explore the coastal and countryside cycle paths.