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Dover Stop Over Sites



 
 
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Old March 7th 04, 08:14 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Jo Bowyer
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Default Dover Stop Over Sites

Hi

Looking for some recommendations for a one-nite stop in Dover. Probably
looking at a late arrival (say 8pm ish) and early away (for a 6am sailing).
So obviously the closer to the ports the better. Not too fussed about
facilities, but would at least need a chemical loo point if there were no
on-site facilities. Electricity would be a bonus, but not a must for one
night. Two trips planned, one for end of May and second for August time.

Any help would be great !

TIA

Jo


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Old March 7th 04, 10:15 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Al Stevenson
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Default Dover Stop Over Sites

Try the Caravan Club site at Folkestone racecourse.

A large field is set apart for late comers and early goers

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Hi

Looking for some recommendations for a one-nite stop in Dover. Probably
looking at a late arrival (say 8pm ish) and early away (for a 6am sailing).
So obviously the closer to the ports the better. Not too fussed about
facilities, but would at least need a chemical loo point if there were no
on-site facilities. Electricity would be a bonus, but not a must for one
night. Two trips planned, one for end of May and second for August time.

Any help would be great !

TIA

Jo



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Old March 7th 04, 11:33 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
klyne
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Default Dover Stop Over Sites



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"Jo Bowyer" wrote in message
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Hi

Looking for some recommendations for a one-nite stop in Dover. Probably
looking at a late arrival (say 8pm ish) and early away (for a 6am

sailing).
So obviously the closer to the ports the better. Not too fussed about
facilities, but would at least need a chemical loo point if there were no
on-site facilities. Electricity would be a bonus, but not a must for one
night. Two trips planned, one for end of May and second for August time.

Any help would be great !

TIA


Jo

Have a look at my website I have several campsite reviews of sites near
Dover. Most sites near Dover are geared up to people arriving and leaving at
unusual times.

David - Milton Keynes
www.caravantravels.co.uk
Details of our Caravan Travels in the UK and Europe with help and advice and
site reports


 



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