One is asked to respect the 1.5m minimum social distancing requirement and to wear a mask when using the sanitary block. On some sites they have had to cordon off some washbasins and showers in order to fulfil the social distancing requirement, but otherwise things are more or less back to normal. The snack bar was doing business as usual and there were lots of people enjoying a glass of beer. Judging by the numbers of caravans and motorhomes that I saw on the site yesterday (a public holiday) there doesn't seem to be the need to increase spacing between pitches and I couldn't see very many vacant ones.Lutz
I would be interested in hearing what restrictions are being used on the campsite that you are visiting. Assume it is in Germany/Austria.
For the initial period my intention will be to stay local & celebrate with the seasonal pitch users. Then once some normality returns I fancy touring around Kirkcudbright in Dumfries & Galloway. I worked in this area many years ago and it will be good to go back and see what's changed.It may still be a while before folks can safely and comfortably hit the open road again for a caravan adventure, but making plans can still be a lot of fun.
Once you're able to hit the road again, how do you plan to celebrate? Will you hit up a new location, just for a different experience, or will you go to a regular spot so you can get caught up with your favorite community of caravaners?
We'd love to hear from you!