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If the last time you camped was as a brownie, you'll be pleased to know that campsites have come a long way. Most have hot showers, while a launderette and kids' clubs are not uncommon and some offer hot tubs, wifi and even gourmet cafes.
In fact, you don't even have to stay in a tent. Heated camping pods, tipis, yurts and wigwams, even converted buses, are among the choices at some campsites such as BlackberryWood
near Ditchiling in Sussex. Look at the selection of campsites offering camping pods
and tipis, yurts and wigwams
If you prefer back-to-basics, plenty of campsites charge low rates for a grass pitch, with or without electrical hook-up. Examples include Westermill Farm
which costs £6.50 per night (adult), £3.50 for children and £2.50 per vehicle. That?s just over £20 a night for a family of 4 or Fourways Campsite
in Yorkshire which costs £12 per night for a grass pitch for 2 adults, 2 children and one vehicle (£15 with electric hook-up).