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Thread: From a would-be newbie - is Wild Camping in England/Wales achievable ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Never any bother so far here and most places within a hr or two of driving from my door,some roads narrow but other good,plenty of water and places to dump wast,ireland is the best place to wild,i know cause im half wild my self.
    That is gorgeous ! Where is it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatist View Post
    I and my other half might have room in a camper van but what about the most important member of the family ????
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    I use the poi's all of the time and favour the out of the way car parks, but I have an old van and don't worry too much about narrow lanes although it is a coachbuilt. Last week we did a trip up to the Lakes stopping in town car parks both up and down with total success. No one bothered us, no tooting horns, or banging on the side of the van, but then as an ex lorry driver I don't stop in laybys.
    So yes it is well worth joining and using the POI's.
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    When you get your van do get up to Scotland Scotland West Coast
    Iíve got a small coachbuilt and get just about anywhere a panel van would get. Particularly with the dog I think that you would find the extra space useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatist View Post
    That is gorgeous ! Where is it ?
    Go up from letterkenny then left r255 to glenveagh nat park & errigal mtn,this is a must do trip which will also take you to the dunlewy centre where a boat trip can be had.
    The pictures on the narrow grass centered rd is over the mountan from ferry crossing magiligan/inishowen which will take you to kinnigo beach at very top of inishowen,see picy
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    From experience I would say, if you want to access the more remote areas, it's definately scarier, if not impossible, in a full size motorhome

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Never any bother so far here and most places within a hr or two of driving from my door,some roads narrow but other good,plenty of water and places to dump wast,ireland is the best place to wild,i know cause im half wild my self.
    Only half Trev, only half?....
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