National Camping Show 2021

More than 3,000 visitors expected for this week’s National Camping Show

With fewer than 48 hours to go before the doors are opened to the National Camping Show in Warwickshire, more than 3,000 camping enthusiasts have registered to attend.

The four-day event at Stoneleigh Park begins on Thursday May 20 and runs until Sunday May 23, offering a ‘one-stop shop for everything needed to go camping this summer’.

Tent and awning displays will be pitched on the grass and visitors will have the opportunity to closely examine new ranges, while two marquees will host an impressive selection of accessories for camping life.

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The National Camping Show is one of the first consumer events to be given the go-ahead as the UK government relaxes Covid-19 restrictions.

Visitors will have the opportunity to compare, browse and buy some the latest tents, caravan awnings, trailer tents, camping furniture and accessories from the leading brands. Exhibitors include Aquaforno, Biolite, Bo-Camp, Campingaz, Coleman, Crespo, De Waard, Dometic, Fabsil, GoalZero, Isabella, Kampa, Karsten Tenten, Lichfield, Narbonne, Nagonic, Outwell, Quest, Regatta, Snow Peak, Summerline, Terra Nova, Vango, Westfield, Wild Country and Zempire.

The latest exhibitor list and floor plan is available on the show website at www.nationalcampingshow.co.uk.

Admission and parking are free-of-charge, but pre-registration is advisable as numbers may be limited in order to comply with Covid-19 restrictions. Organisers say dogs are welcome to the event, but ask that they be kept on a lead for the convenience of other visitors.

Show opening times

  • Thursday May 20 – 9am to 5pm
  • Friday May 21 – 9am to 5pm
  • Saturday May 22 – 9am to 5pm
  • Sunday May 23 – 9am to 5pm

Show partners include: The Camping and Caravanning Club, UKCampsite.co.uk, Campsites.co.uk and Camping magazine.  

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