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    Stay At Panguitch KOA Holiday In Utah For Tons Of Family Activities

    In many places across the country, camping is a summertime activity; once the leaves turn, the weather makes overnight stays in the great outdoors uncomfortable, to say the least! Southern Utah offers some of the best camping during fall months, and this little log cabin campground in Panguitch offers some nice accommodations, surrounded by incredible outdoor recreation. During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date. Panguitch is a little town that’s conveniently located next to the Dixie National  

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    What to know about primitive camping

    Labor Day weekend is almost upon us — the last holiday weekend of the summer — so Vermonters may be hoping to get out for one final camping trip before the season ends. The state has a number of state parks where people have paid in advance to reserve a spot at designated campsites. Those slots are typically gone — or close to it — before the season begins.  For people who have not planned ahead, or are on a budget, there is always the option of primitive camping. This type of camping is free and available in state forests  

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    Camping UK: ‘Really important’ tips for camping holiday this summer | Travel News | Travel

    2021 is quickly becoming the year of the staycation and many Britons are packing up their tents, sleeping bags and roll mats to explore their backyard. Heading out on a camping staycation can be exciting, but the holiday feeling shouldn’t stop hopeful campers from making sure they have the right gear. All important for a good night sleep in the great outdoors, a sleeping bag is a must on every camping trip. But how do campers choose the right one? David Scotland, owner of family-run camping equipment retailer Outdoor World Direct, has some tips to help holidaymakers make the right  

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    All God cons: camping in churches has a record year as UK staycations boom | Travel

    Penny Thomas has always favoured adventure holidays over lying on a beach. But this year, with UK destinations in such demand during the pandemic, she found a unique way to avoid the crowds. Rather than staying in a busy campsite, or trying to get a rare available holiday home, Thomas, her partner Pete Matthews and labradoodle Betty checked into a 13th-century church. “It was the appeal of doing something a little bit different… I hate being disturbed by other people’s noise. You don’t get that when you’re sleeping among the dead,” she says, laughing. The couple, from Warwickshire, are among  

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    Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green: ‘There’s always going to be another pandemic’

    August 2020. The UK is eating out to help out, cocksure in the misguided certainty that the terrible travails of the Covid-19 pandemic are a thing of the past. Dr Catherine Green is on a camping holiday with her daughter, Ellie, and friends. Here, in a rural idyll beside a trickling stream, the Oxford University biologist hoped to get a respite from her punishing work developing a Covid-19 vaccine. There was no phone signal or electricity. There were scarcely 20 people in the campsite. And then, in a queue for a pizza van, Green overheard a fellow camper talking about  

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    Camp Covid? Sea of tents at Reading Festival as thousands prepare to party over Bank Holiday weekend

    These aerial photos show a sea of tents at Reading Festival today as thousands of fans prepare to party over the sun-baked Bank Holiday weekend amid fears the event will cause a surge in coronavirus infections. Although not a single note had been played, tens of thousands of people queued for over three hours and crammed onto the banks of the River Thames to attend the event in Berkshire, which was cancelled last year.  With more than 90,000 people scheduled to arrive, the festival will be the biggest since the easing of Covid restrictions on July 19. Technicians could be  

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    ‘Our campsite was an apocalyptic disaster scene’: readers’ summer camping stories | Camping holidays

    ‘We lay on a portable ledge above the crashing waves’ Cliff camping seemed like a great idea during the pandemic, when we were craving adventure. After a couple of hours spotting seals, abseiling and rock climbing with our very patient guide, we abseiled down to our bed for the night, and spent the next seven hours lying on a portable ledge above the crashing waves. I spent the night going from laughter to fear. There were some moments of calm however, and we even spotted a few shooting stars. It was the most unique place I’ve ever slept, and not  

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