19463Re: Places to camp in the uk (or to be precise in the south east)
- Sep 23, 2008Thanks for the response, i'll give it a try.
--- In email@example.com, "JC" <cyberdine.systems@...> wrote:
> Also originally from Essex. Being a rural county. it's always good to
> get friendly with your local farmers. i have had success in the county
> over a number of years. As long as you ask the permission of the land
> owner and remember not to camp near any livestock and discuss the low
> impact of hammock camping. Most farmers won't mind. Fire lighting is
> something some farmers allow if you show you are repsponsible and
> carefull not to make fires near any leaf litter, crops. I can't give
> farms to you as it can depend on the time of the year what crops,
> livestock they have. But I've had a 100% record just turning up on my
> bike with a hammock and a friendly respectfull approach to the farmers.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sjedwardson"
> <sam.edwardson@> wrote:
> > I am a keen hammock camper but living in essex there are no places
> > that I am aware of that will accommodate my interest. Does anyone
> > know of any good camp sites/farms that will allow me to camp. All and
> > any help would be greatly appreciated.
> > Regards
> > Sam
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