Free camping is clearly understand to be the same as wild camping, meaning you can pitch anywhere without being committed to a marked out piece of territory.  Well, we now offer you our meaning of camp free! For the remainder…

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Park Farm is nearing its end of season.  Yes, we close the site at the end of October.  But we have a couple more weekends left.  If you want to know how the weather will hold up here is a…

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  Every camp site has its rules.  Most are geared towards making yours and your fellow campers experience as pleasant as possible.  We at Park Farm Camping also have rules; but there is one rule we haven't previously published, and…

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Hang out with people who make you forget to look at your phone A simple retirement plan - plan on camping First rule for new campers - Always put the tent up before you start drinking Just go camping and…

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Funny weather we have had lately - an early summer, followed by rain, sun, rain, etc.  So, how to tell the weather instantly?  Kids can try this it is so simple.   Grab a rock from the River Rother, about a…

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Boiling water in a paper bag sounds like an impossible task. The paper bag should burn up, leaving the water to put out the fire. Old time campers are first shown this probably when they were in the Scouts or…

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A cast iron pot, frypan, or skillet over a campfire is the best for outdoor cooking (unless you are using a BBQ). Build the campfire up then let the flames die down until the embers are glowing red hot. Cook…

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There is something truly hypnotic about watching flames from a fire dance around and change colours between yellow, orange, red, and blue. Nature's television perhaps. Combining the glow of hot embers with the hiss of escaping gases from burning logs…

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Many campers ask us: "where is the best place to pitch our tent?"  We often say that it depends on your needs. We thought that by providing these tips it might be useful to some of our visitors.  Of course,…

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