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Subject Topic: Where to go camping with kids near sea?
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16/5/2011 at 6:24am
 Location: hartlepool
 Outfit: Sterling Excel 520
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Try Cleethorpes. Beautiful old fashioned seaside resort with plenty to do and an amazing beach


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16/5/2011 at 8:16am
 Location: Norfolk
 Outfit: Cabanons - 5 of them!
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Another one for North Norfolk - lovely beaches - some quaint little towns, lots to see and do in the area for kids and adults alike. Or there are some nice campsites around the Norfolk broads.

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Anne - mad mum to one - foster mum to many - adoptatent to you guys!


16/5/2011 at 9:51am
 Location: North Lincolnshire
 Outfit: None Entered
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Another vote for north Norfolk. Anywhere from Hunstanton (searles is good for kids) along to Cromer is brilliant. Bewilderwood is great, going back to the area for half term its lovely.


16/5/2011 at 1:45pm
 Location: Clacton On Sea
 Outfit: Outwell Bear Lake 4
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North Norfolk for me too, Hunstanton and Wells Next To Sea lovely

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Ciaerda


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16/5/2011 at 2:50pm
 Location: Cotswolds
 Outfit: Vango Diablo 600 & Icarus 600 + others
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Another vote for north Norfolk, we went for the first time last year and thought i was lovely - like Devon (pretty) but without the crowds.  We stayed at Kelling Heath which was a nice site lots to do, but also did some of the beaches, Cromer, Wells, etc  - they were really lovely although a little windy.

We stayed a week and had lots of days out, cinema in cromer if the weather is bad too.



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16/5/2011 at 3:49pm
 Location: Cheshire
 Outfit: Elddis Avante 636
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I love Saundersfoot theres a nice site there Mill House I think.  Another on our list is Southwold  which is classed as a quintessentially English sea side town - not been yet though.


16/5/2011 at 4:26pm
 Location: Polesworth Warwickshire
 Outfit: Bailey Unicorn III Valencia (LR Disco)
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Another vote for Cornwall or Pembrokeshire, but if yuo're after somewhere 'classy', then try Dorset.  We stayed at Wareham Forest Touring the week before Easter - within easy reach of Swanage and Sandbanks (Poole) - it doesn't get much classier than Sandbanks!  - meant to be the most expensive real estate in the world.  Wareham Forest was lovely - do take a lok at the reviews.

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16/5/2011 at 11:55pm
 Location: Brough
 Outfit: Cabanon Aruba and Outwell Virgina
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North Norfolk for me. Truly stunning beaches around Wells. Watch Shakespeare in Love, good film but fast forward to the closing shots. It was filmed on these beaches. Our favourite site is Burnham Deepdale, Really lovely place Norfolk


17/5/2011 at 10:53am
 Location: Yorkshire
 Outfit: New Vango Icarus 600
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Like many pps, Norfolk is our first love, I went many times as a child and still love it to this day. I personally love G. Yarmouth, and all the seaside 'tat' it has to offer. If you after a quieter seaside town, as said before, Cromer would suit, or Sherringham. We are hoping to go next bank holiday, although haven't booked anything yet, I am a fairweather camper and am waiting to see if it warms up at all.

Last year we went to Bridport in Dorset. Lyme Regis is a nice quiet seaside town, or at the other extreme Weymouth is busier. We stayed at a CS not far from Bridport.

 




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