Camping and Glamping In Northamptonshire

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Camping and Glamping In Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is a historical county located in the East Midlands of England. As a matter of fact, the county has the largest town without the status of a city. Furthermore, top attractions in Northamptonshire are Rookery Open Farm, The Canal Museum, and Stoke Bruerne. Comparatively, it is the perfect mixture of urban life and peaceful countryside with plenty of places and things to explore. In addition, with the camping and glamping industry booming more sites have been made all around the country. First, Country Bumpkin Yurts. Second,  set in the heart of the east midlands and open for eight months. Third, along with the chance for walkers to join the Brampton Valley Way or the Grand Union Canal. Furthermore, these three luxury yurts are set on a working farm great for small groups and families.

In contrast, Fotheringhay Castle Farm Site. Additionally, while the Bumping Yurts offers a glamping experience Fotheringhay offers a wild camping experience alongside the banks of the River Nene. Moreover, the site encourages a back to basic experience.  

What is the Park Home and Holiday Park Association?

At the PHHPA, we are here to help Park Operators, Manufacturers, Service Providers, and Suppliers grow. We offer an annual membership of £375 to help train, market, and support business owners in the industry. If you’re interested in our membership and how we can help support your business, you can find our membership options at We run regular webinars, furthermore, business has been conducted live between members, and also run a live show throughout social media where members are featured and interviewed by our Managing Director Bradley Chapman. We also have a Directory to help people find/discover parks in the industry at 

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