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The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show returns to the NEC next February

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Visitors can also discover the best cycle routes, walking trails, wild-swimming spots and off the beaten track staycation destinations.

Following a sell-out event in 2022, the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show returns to the NEC with 14% more tents and trailer tents, brand new features and an inspiring speaker line-up to get you ready for your next adventures.

The go-to event for those who love touring and exploring the Great Outdoors, the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show returns to the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham from 21-26 February 2023, kicking off the new year with an incredible showcase of Leisure Vehicles and camping equipment.

Boasting the UK’s largest start of year display of campervans, motorhomes and caravans, visitors will be able to step inside and compare new for 2023 models from leading manufacturers including Adria, Auto-Trail,  Bailey, Coachman, Compass, Chausson, Elddis, Hillside, Knaus, Pilote, Frankia, RP Motorhomes, Roller Team, Westfalia Mobil, Wildax and more.

Visitors can also discover the best cycle routes, walking trails, wild-swimming spots and off the beaten track staycation destinations.

New this year is a dedicated Tent and Camping Hall with 14% more tents and trailer tents. Visitors can explore an incredible choice of canvas products, with tents of all shapes and berths pitched, side-by-side under one roof. From trailer tents, inflatable and poled tents for families to one and two man adventure tents for backpackers, bikepackers, climbers, anglers and ‘weekend warriors’, visitors will find the perfect tent from leading brands including Cabanon, Coleman, Dometic, Outwell, Outdoor Revolution, Pennine Outdoor Leisure, Quest, Regatta and Vango among others.

Spanning Halls 1-5 of the NEC, the Show will be a one-stop destination offering any adventurer and holidaymaker everything they need in order to level up their touring and camping holidays. It’s also the place to discover a whole host of new and exciting holiday destinations, from the UK and beyond, as well as the chance to get a closer look at the latest and greatest gadgets and accessories.

A brand new Woodland Wildlife feature will host nature talks, fun activities and camping cooking demonstrations. In a chance to learn about wildlife conservation and habitats, visitors will also be able to get up close to animals, birds and bugs - making any budding young adventurers visit to the show even more special.

The Show’s most popular feature, the Inspiration Theatre, is also back with a new line-up of talks offering unmissable advice, ideas and inspiration on places to visit, activities to enjoy and routes to cover when camping or touring across the UK and Europe. From the romantic roads of Germany to wine tours through Galicia, the magic of Morocco to adventures into Asia, visitors will be reaching for their passports in no time.

Terry Dullaghan, Managing Director at NCC Events said: “We can’t wait to once again welcome those who love the freedom and adventure of caravan, camping, motorhome and holiday park holidays back to the NEC in February. The Show will be jam-packed with talks, inspiration, advice and on-hand training in skills for those new to the industry and experienced Leisure vehicle owners alike.”

The Leisure Vehicle Advice Centre will be offering help and advice to campervan, caravanning and motorhoming newbies, and experienced hands, throughout the week - covering topics that range from security and insurance to camping off grid and travelling with pets.

Free caravan towing courses, motorhome manoeuvring lessons and campervan test drives provided by the Camping & Caravanning Club and the Caravan & Motorhome Club will be available for visitors (over 25 with a driver’s licence) to get first-hand experience, brush up on their skills and build confidence behind the wheel.

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