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Camping Essentials For Festival Frolics by:Camper Lands

Camping Essentials For Festival Frolics by:Camper Lands

It's nearly that time of year again and while Glastonbury Festival is considered

to be one of the leading events in the musical calendar, festival virgins may be unaware of the survival skills necessary for an enjoyable experience. Now Camperlands, the leading provider of camping equipment and campervan accessories are offering first hand advice to help festival goers everywere avoid a wet and miserable trip.

Dominic Ryder, Managing Director of Camperlands, the Manchester based firm who offer airbeds, ground sheets, tents, Motorhome equipment and caravan accessories, said, "The festival season is all about image, looking good and enjoying the great outdoors. Every year we see photos of celebrities wearing the very latest fashions, wearing the brightest wellies and pitching the most colourful tents they can find. Planning in advance may be the last thing on your mind, but it is this preparation that will inevitably lead to an enjoyable stay.

"Arriving at the site of the festival is a great idea, that way you can explore the area in advance and pick a prime location for your tent placement. By looking online in advance, you will be able to determine where to pitch your tent, and for many this depends on what they are looking to get from the experience. Those who want to watch the music from the comfort of their own tent, often pitch their tent in the fields that overlook the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury."

If you have just purchased a new tent for the festival season, it may save time and stress if you practice pitching it beforehand or at least read the instructions, as some designs can be hard to pitch. For the lazy camper, however, there are solutions to this common problem. The 2007 Wynnster Prairie 3 DLX, is a great example of a two-berth tent ideal for short stays and festivals that can be pitched in minutes. Priced at just 39.99 this tent is made from waterproof outer material, making sure that a wet and miserable weekend is off the cards.Camping Essentials For Festival Frolics by:Camper Lands

Mr Ryder from the firm who offer everything for the budding festival goer including sleeping bags and airbeds, added, "Before you leave the house, and make sure that you have packed all of the essentials. Make sure that you take a torch with you for evening trips to the bathroom and stock up on toilet rolls- after all you do not want to be caught short."

The Coleman Rechargeable LED Light, available from Camperlands is a great idea, as it features two LED bulbs are rated to last more than 100 000 hours. Finally, make sure that you take food into account, although there are many fast food outlets at festivals, this may get boring after the first day, so make preparations to have a picnic, cook your own food or even have a BBQ. The Campingaz Camping Duo Plus, is a great two burner stove, ideal for making beans, omelettes or sausages the choice is yours. Complete with a built in windshield, this unit it as sturdy as it is practical.

About Camperlands: Camperlands Ltd was founded by the late and much missed Mike and Peggy Ryder in 1968. The original concept was to hire frame tents out in the summer season to generate some extra income for their growing family. Today there are quite literally thousands of caravan, camping and motorhome accessories in stock, with several covered display areas dedicated to trailer tents, tents and folding campers.Camping Essentials For Festival Frolics by:Camper Lands

Editor's Note: Camperlands is represented by the search engine optimisation (SEO) team at Top Position, the online advertising consultancy. Please direct all press queries to Tina Clough. Email: or call: 01623 726233.

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Editor's Note: Camperlands is represented by the search engine optimisation (SEO) team at Top Position, the online advertising consultancy. Please direct all press queries to Tina Clough. Email: or call: 01623 726233.
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