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Autumn and Winter Touring with the Caravan Club

Autumn & Winter Touring on Caravan Club Sites

The Caravan Club Sites take on whole new personalities outside of the summer months, so why not visit your favourite sites and witness the turning leaves in autumn or crisp winter mornings. An added bonus is the great savings you can make by visiting outside of the peak season, and taking advantage of Midweek Discounts and Fine for Nine offers! 78 Club Sites are either open all year or open until January, so clear your mind and re-charge your batteries with a refreshing break this autumn, winter and spring.

Explore the Yorkshire Dales while staying at Knaresborough Caravan Club Site or visit the historic city of York from the popular Rowntree Park Caravan Club Site. Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site is a great base for visiting Birmingham or the numerous shows and exhibitions at the NEC. The full list of autumn and winter sites is available on The Club website.

Remember that many of The Clubís Certificated Locations (CLs) are also open over the winter and offer a secluded and tranquil break, where you can relax and enjoy the view.

To help you make the most of your time away this winter, The Caravan Club have teamed up with the Historic Houses Association to offer the chance to win three fantastic prizes.!

About The Historic Houses Association

One of Britainís best assets, alongside our stunning countryside, is our heritage. However, whilst most people have heard of the National Trust and English Heritage, how many have discovered the treasures of the Historic Houses Association?

The HHA represents over 1,500 of Britainís privately-owned houses, castles and gardens; most of which are still lived in and may have been in the same family for generations.

Many of these properties are nestling within glorious countryside and are open to visitors. Several host weddings, conferences or special events, and some offer campsites so you can even stay in their grounds.

In fact, the HHA represents more properties open to the public than the National Trust and English Heritage put together and they welcome around 15 million visitors each year - thatís a lot of days out!

Click here for more information on the HHA and properties you can visit.

Enter our competition to win free Friendsí membership of the Historic Houses Association and two lucky couples will be able to visit hundred of houses and gardens for free!

Win Caravan Club Site Night Vouchers and HHA Membership!

We have teamed up with The Caravan Club and HHA and are offering you the chance to win one of these three great prizes

1st prize: 7 Caravan Club Site Night Vouchers and double membership to the Historic Houses Association
2nd prize: 4 Caravan Club Site Night Vouchers and double membership to the Historic Houses Association
3rd prize: 3 Caravan Club Site Night Vouchers

To find out more and for your chance to win, check out the competition here - Competition now closed!

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