Must-do Camping Spots – Tweed Coast Holiday Parks

A massive thank you to Traveller for the fantastic write up on Tweed Coast Holiday Parks for the recent ‘Must-Do Camping Spots’ feature.

 

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“The best way to enjoy the Tweed Coast’s natural beauty is to delve right in. Go walking, cycling, fishing and swimming. Cook dinner on a camp stove to the sounds of nature and sleep close to the water’s edge. Tweed Coast Holiday Parks’ seven coastal sites allow you to do just that. The sites have fewer of the distractions seen in many other modern parks. Who needs arcade games and jumping castles when you can chalk out hopscotch, ride a bike, build sand castles or throw a line in the water?

While Tweed Coast Holiday Parks champions those ideals, the amenities offered are perfect for modern holidaymakers. As well as powered and unpowered tent sites, cabins sleeping from two- to six are available, as are Surfari tents – the ultimate in camping luxury. Caravan sites are wide and open to suit today’s larger touring vans.

The holiday parks attract a variety of guests, from grey nomads and young families to, increasingly, young couples.

All parks are on the ocean or natural creeks and rivers. They’re about good, old-fashioned family fun and making memories’’

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