Last minute May half-term staycations from Keycamp

publication date: May 25, 2010
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Kids will particularly adore getting back-to-nature with the on-site Forest Rangers – with a passion for all things "outdoors", the Rangers are happy to pass on their knowledge about plants and animals in the area and can even teach forest survival skills.
 
Keycamp CashelBonnie Banks of Loch Lomond
Set on a secluded enclave on the banks of one of Scotland’s best-known lochs, Keycamp’s Cashel site is ideally located for exploring the home of Rob Roy at Callander, Stirling Castle and sampling the tipple at the famous Glengoyne Distillery.
 
A three night break from 1 June for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a tent at Cashel will cost just £141, accommodation only.
 
Wild Yorkshire Moors
Outdoor escapades are not in short supply at Keycamp’s Spiers House site in North Yorkshire – with quad biking, rock climbing, rambling, horse riding, paragliding, potholing all available nearby – there’s plenty to keep thrill seeking families entertained.
 
A three night break from 4 June for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a tent at Spiers House will cost just £106, accommodation only.
 
Highland Adventures

Those who love the open water will adore Keycamp’s Glenmore site, situated directly on Loch Morlich with its array of opportunities for sailing, windsurfing and fishing. For dry land activities, the Cairngorm Mountain Railway and the Highland Wildlife Park are both close at hand.
 
A three night break from 1 June for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a tent at Glenmore will cost just £106, accommodation only.
 
For further information,  visit www.keycamp.co.uk.

 
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