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The unique beauty of camping in autumn

Frosty mornings, starry nights and the landscape taking on a golden glow, autumn has to be one of the most distinct and scenic seasons. If you’re thinking about starting up the campervan and heading off the beaten track sometime soon, you won’t be disappointed.

Don’t believe us? Take a look at the following reasons autumn is a beautiful time of the year to go camping.

Fewer crowds

Unlike the height of the summer and popular holiday seasons like Christmas and Easter, the roads and campsites in autumn are significantly quieter, making it the perfect time to go on a road trip in the campervan.

Spectacular sunsets

During autumn, the days rapidly get shorter and the sun becomes increasingly lower in the sky. The evenings can often be clear and crisp during this time of year, creating some spectacular sunsets, which, if you’re lucky enough to be on the road on a camping holiday, you can enjoy to the maximum.

A hive of wildlife activity

From fabulous fungi growing on trees, on lawns and in parks, to migrating geese arriving in flocks from Arctic environments and birds flying to woodland roosts in the evening, not to mention stags and bucks developing antlers to fight their male rivals, autumn is a hive of wildlife activity.

Warm days but chilly evenings

Unlike winter when the days in Britain barely get warm, autumn can be home to some lovely warm, sunny days, following by chilly, clear evenings that are perfect for gathering around a campfire and roasting marshmallows.

Picturesque surroundings

There is no season quite colourful as autumn. Make the most of the breathtaking natural vista of golds, yellows, reds and oranges that unfold in front of you during autumn by being on the open road in your campervan.

If you are looking to purchase a new campervan, then look no further than Effective Campervans.

Get in touch with Effective Campervans today to put you on the road to a memorable camping holiday like no other.


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