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usersalsaboy
Posted: 22 August 2008 1:13 PM
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Does anyone know of any campsites that allow you have a camp fire?
I've just got back from a trip to see family in South Africa and camping with a fire is the done thing there. It adds to the whole experience in my view.
usercolin
Posted: 23 August 2008 9:03 PM
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I have stayed at sites with a fire pit, but I'm afraid I can't remember the names
userROON
Posted: 24 August 2008 4:40 PM
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salsaboy, my daughter will know of some but she is away at the moment at some festival in Northamptonshire, so I will post them for you when she gets back. Joy

Just googled and found this. At the bottom of the page are links to campsites that allow fires. Hope this of help.

http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/articles/view.asp?id=4


Edited by ROON 2008-08-24 4:42 PM
userguyropegourmet
Posted: 3 September 2008 10:32 PM
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Salsaboy

I've stayed on many campsites and used my '1600 rpm BBQ' (a washing machine drum!) with no objections from site owners - check out my website for details: http://www.guyropegourmet.com

cheers
Chef

Edited by guyropegourmet 2008-09-03 10:33 PM
userneilgeezer
Posted: 20 January 2009 11:39 AM
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Hi Folks,
Llyn Gwynant campsite by Snowdon allows campfires on their firetrays, you can only use the firewood that they sell at £4 a go but that is ok as a campsite full of campers foraging through the local woods would be akin to a plague of locusts. The site is basic, no shop, just a wardens hut and toilet/shower block, but the location makes it the coolest place to camp in Wales. The site is on the shore of Llyn Gwynant, with a crystal clear river feeding in to it. We spend a lot of time there with our canoe, once the children are in bed it is so good to sit around the fire chatting, playing guitar and watching "natures TV", hope this is of help. they have a website at www.llyngwynant.co.uk

good luck
Neil
userJ9withdogs
Posted: 23 February 2009 9:37 AM
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Is this the one?

http://www.gwynant.com/

I can't get the link in the previous post to work.
userDave & Angela
Posted: 24 March 2009 6:03 AM
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Stumbled accross this website that lists campsites that allow campfires
http://www.campfiresburning.org/sites.php



Two we know of in cumbria are Fisherground farm at Eskdale , have stayed there , and also Grizedale camping and horseriding centre ,( Bowkerstead farm ) , which is on our "must visit list " .
userpyewhacker
Posted: 28 October 2009 5:21 PM
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A bit late for this year I know ,but since threads last forever I thought I would add my knowledge for future reference.
I've tried the lists in this thread and by far the most comprehensive and up to date is at http://campfires.co.cc/ ,hope this is of use to someone.
I wont camp anywhere they don't allow fires
userHymer C 9.
Posted: 5 November 2009 5:50 PM
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Pyewhacker, thank you for a brilliant link I have saved it to my favorites hoping that some at least will take motorhomes, welcome to the forum Carol.
userAndy_C
Posted: 6 November 2009 10:32 AM
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Pitchup.com lets you select many criteria when searching for campsites, one of which is campfires allowed.

Andy
userAliB
Posted: 24 November 2009 12:36 PM
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Keld in North Yorkshire is great but can get a little noisy at night as every camper seems to have a fire and sits up late. There are other fields which are quieter.
Knotlow farm, Flagg near Buxton is our other favourite, plenty of room to spread out here.
Both of these we found through UKcampsites.co.uk

This summer in Germany the site at Schierker had a communial fire going most nights. Some people even pretended they could play the guitar!
http://www.harz-camping.com/

We used to be canvas campers but are now using a motorhome.
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