Outdoor enthusiasts in their element as popular show returns

Thousands of people will head to the NEC to see the spectacle. Photo: paulbox

The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show returns to the National Exhibition Center in Birmingham from February 21-26, kicking off the new year with a showcase of recreational vehicles and camping equipment.

Boasting the UK’s largest exhibition of new year motorhomes, motorhomes and caravans, visitors will be able to enter and compare new 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 biking trails, walking trails, wild swimming spots and off-the-beaten-track holiday destinations and explore a choice of canvas products, with tents of all shapes and side-by-side berths under one roof. roof.

Covering Halls 1-5 of the NEC, the show will be a one-stop destination offering every adventurer and vacationer everything they need to enhance their sightseeing and camping vacation.

It’s also the perfect place to discover a wealth of new 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.

The show is suitable for all ages. Photo: paulbox

An all-new Woodland Wildlife feature will host nature talks, fun activities and camp cooking demonstrations.

The show’s most popular element, the Inspiration Theatre, is also back with a new series of talks offering must-have tips, ideas and inspiration on where to go, what to do and where to go. travel camping or touring across the UK and Europe.

Terry Dullaghan, Managing Director of NCC Events, said: “We look forward to welcoming those who love the freedom and adventure of caravanning, camping, motorhome and holiday park holidays back to the NEC in February.

“The show will be filled with discussion, inspiration, advice and hands-on training for newcomers to the industry and experienced RV owners.”

Throughout the week, the RV Advice Center will offer help and advice to motorhome, caravan and motorhome beginners and experienced hands alike, covering topics from safety and insurance to off-grid camping and traveling with pets.

The fair offers a wide range of exhibits. Photo: paulbox

Free caravan towing lessons, motorhome maneuvering lessons and test drive motorhomes provided by the Camping & Caravanning Club and the Caravan & Motorhome Club will be available to visitors (over 25s with a driver’s license) to gain first-hand experience, refresh their skills and build confidence behind the wheel.

Tickets are limited and on sale now for £12.00 at ccmshow.co.uk.

Javier E. Swan