camp sites do and don't rules

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Hi I am pondering upon the idea to purchase a caravan new to this so some helpful guidance would be great, I am seriously considering having a caravan as a full time living accommodation due to being victim of an ongoing vendetta against me in the close of flats I stay, so was in hope is there any sites that give an okay to staying there on a fulltime basis and if yes I am sure there's rules of etiquette that need to be followed for the harmony and in keeping on sites some helpful insight would be great
ragnaar
 
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Plenty of sites around, whether they are convenient or affordable is your consideration.

Could be worth Googling around a lot, we don't know where you are or where you want be.

A wee bit more info would help :p

Anseo
 

Parksy

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Hello and welcome to the forum
There was a very long thread which was started around 11 years ago and which covers most aspects of permanent caravanning if you have the time and the patience to read through it.
Click Here to see the thread.
 

Mel

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Hi Ragnaar. Welcome to the forum. Good luck in your research. The thread Parksy recommended will give you a really good start. All campsites will have rules, and in the main this is about showing consideration to others with regard to noise, dogs, parking etc. There will also be rules aimed at maintains the site such as no barbecues on the grass, breathable awning ground sheets, stuff you can leave outside your van and so forth. In my experience such rules are sensible and helpful. It is a shame that rules like the no noise after 11:00 pm rule have to be stated, because this is simple consideration for others. Sadly some folks have to be told.
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Some campsites will allow full time seasonal pitches in winter and/or summer but may have limits on how long you can stay. Like maximum 29 days every 30 days. So you have to may have to move out for 24 hours depending on how strictly it is enforced.
 
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You might be best to find a farmer who is willing to put you in afield at the back of some barns, and give you access to power and water and also toilet disposal.
I understand your predicament, one of my lads went through the same. Keep happy and safe.
Hutch
 

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