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The 5 Best Caravanning Apps

The 5 Best Caravanning Apps

You might want to escape technology for the duration of your holiday, but getting there might be significantly helped with use of one or two of the apps we’ve found.

Finding caravan sites can be  a bit of a chore as most of them are off the beaten track to ensure you have as much peace and quiet as possible – there are plenty of free apps that can be downloaded to help you find your way.

Our personal favourite is the BBQ app, although it’s probably most useful when the sun is shining!

1. The AA Caravan and Camping app includes over 850 unique and beautiful scenic places to camp across England, Wales and Scotland.

Download the AA Caravan & Camping App here!

2. Campr gives you an overview of where you’ll be spending the night; “Campr presents an interactive guide to beautiful campsites including 360 degree panoramas, photography and videos”

Download the Campr Appp here!

3. A super handy app allowing you to filter by price & radius!

Download the Siteseeker App here!

4. A handy app letting you create a list of everything you need to take on holiday with you!

We also have some helpful advice here!

5. Our fave app on the list: recipes and shop listing helping you create the perfect BBQ

Download the iBBQ App here!

 

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Posted on April 1st, 2016 in Helpful Hints, Infographics

Once in a Life Time Tour of Australia: New South Wales [Infographic]

When you think of exciting adventures in far-flung corner of the world, you can’t help but think of Australia. Approximately 9,500 miles from the UK, you can’t get much further flung than the land down under. Offering everything from mountains and deserts to forests, beaches and sprawling cities there’s something for everyone.

One of the best ways to explore Australia is to hit the road. The Aussie’s have a great road network with good conditions and, outside of the cities, hardly any traffic with this in mind, there’s no better way to experience this incredible country is by renting a campervan and hitting the open road. Keep reading this post

Posted on February 3rd, 2015 in Infographics

A Spotter’s Guide to the VW Campervan

Ah, the campervan. It’s a phrase that can churn up an abundance of memories from holidays and trips long forgotten, and no campervan is more recognised than the famous Volkswagen Type 2. This classic vehicle has long been loved by many and is a favourite among families and restoration enthusiasts alike, and considered to be much more ‘stylish’ than conventional caravans.

Unfortunately production of the much beloved Volkwagen Campervan came to a halt in December 2013. Without a doubt this will have made them even more popular and sought after and we’re sure that their memory will last for many years to come! We’ve put together the following infographic to show the different variations of campervans from the very first “Splittie” through to the very last Brazlian Bay. Take a look and don’t forget to let us know about your campervan stories: Keep reading this post

Posted on August 7th, 2014 in Infographics

Taking Your Caravan To: France!

Whether you’re taking your caravan abroad for the very first time or are a seasoned pro that spends most of their time zooming round other countries, caravan in tow, it’s always nice to have a little reminder about what to expect when you reach the other side. With this in mind, the team at Ryedale Leisure have put together this handy infographic that includes all the information you could ever need to know when venturing across the pond to France! Keep reading this post

Posted on February 7th, 2014 in Infographics

Preparing Your Caravan for Winter: A Checklist

The summer season is well and truly over so for many caravanners’ this means putting the caravan into storage or just laying it up for the winter months. Even if you still manage to get out and about in what can be some of the best times of the year, it is important that your caravan is decommissioned when not in use in between outings.
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Posted on November 25th, 2013 in Infographics


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