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  1. Gav and Trudi
    October 5, 2021 @ 18:33

    Lovely article Paul, and the campsite looks amazing! But at over £30 a night you can see why many vanlifers choose wild camping instead, with all the chaos that that leads to, especially on the NC 500. That being said, the site looks so good we may stay, if only for one night!

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    • Paul Fabrizio
      October 6, 2021 @ 11:16

      Yes, it’s not cheap. We tend to holiday in the motorhome rather than live in the motorhome. If you spend a lot of time on the road, with the type of camping we do the costs would quickly rack up.
      I did notice that there are a lot of Airies style sites popping up. There is one just opened up in Findhorn, which is a lovely town a few miles west of Hopeman. I think it’s £10 per night for 2 people. https://www.campercontact.com/en/united-kingdom/scotland/findhorn/66557/parking-findhorn-beach
      The day I was there, they will still working on the site and there were about 10 motorhomes in there already.
      If the facilities are there people will use them – might leave some space for people who live or spend a lot of time in their vans.
      Hopefully, we will see more facilities like these in the future.

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