Thursday, 11 June 2015

Take dad camping – and fishing – for a Father’s Day treat

WITH #Father’sDay (June 21 in the UK)
in mind, has flagged up campsites – in Cornwall, Norfolk and Lancashire – that offer fishing and other activities for family fun.

Siblyback Lake Campsite is by the tors and moors of Bodmin and offers water- and land-based activities for all ages and abilities. Facilities include:

Windsurfs, Rowing boats, Kayaks, Sailing dinghies, A high ropes course, Archery, Water-zorbing balls for children and Fly and trout fishing.

Tent pitches start from £14 a night with plenty of availability over Father’s Day weekend.

Narborough Fisheries is a private 26-acre site in West Norfolk, with chalk stream water from the River Nar running through five fishing lakes … two trout, one specimen carp, general mixed coarse, and a newly-created match and coarse lake with more than 9,000 fish. Pitches for caravans and motorhomes start from £15 ar night.

Wyreside Lakes Fishery in Bowland Fells, Lancashire, combines woods, wildlife, and the River Wyre. There are fishing opportunities in a number of lakes, plus facilities including a games room, an outdoor playground, clubhouse with evening entertainment, and woodland adventures for mini-campers. There are provisions for the disabled, and baby-changing facilities. Tent pitches start from £12.50 a night.

Wild Camping in Cornwall is in the heart of the Land's End Peninsula. Visitors can learn crafts or enjoy activities – organized by qualified staff – including bushcraft, green woodworking, traditional archery, herbalism, and paper making. Tent pitches start from £15 a night.

Picture Credit:">Cut Bank Campground</a> via <a href="">photopin</a> <a href="">(license),">IMG_6108</a> via <a href="">photopin</a> <a href="">(license),">Lone fisherman</a> via <a href="">photopin</a> <a href="">(license),">Fogo</a> via <a href="">photopin</a> <a href="">(license)

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