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The sea scout troop that my DH is involved with are looking for some new locations for their summer camps and I was wondering if any MN'ers were involved with scouting and could recommend some.We're in South Wales but they will consider travelling just about anywhere.They prefer very basic sites (i.e. a field with a tap!) with adjoining water - preferably lakes but estuaries and sea would be ok too.
We have a fab site in Kent that some other Scouts are using at the mo for their summer camp. Big gravel pit for sailing/canoeing - lots of interesting things to do locally.Whitstable Sea Scouts do sea sailing of that's moe your thing.We're a very long way away from wales, though!
The gravel pit would be more their thing for sailing I think. Tides make sea sailing a pita at times! It is a long way, but where abouts in Kent is it?
We're in Faversham - if you're interested, CAT me an email address and I'll send you some more details.
Tere is a really nice Scout campsite at Laughterton in Lincs. Then there are gravel pits with sailing 10 miles up the road at North Hykeham.
Thanks both, I've had a look but think that both are a bit far away really to seriously consider.Do either of your troops camp anywhere else?
Years ago I stopped at the Bryn Dinas bunkhouse near Llyn Dinas in Snowdonia. I would imagine there are a few campsites roud there and the lake is nice. We did a lot of canoeing on it.
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