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A camping holiday is one of the best you can go on, its full of adventure, there is plenty to do for all ages and it is a lot cheaper than many other holidays as you save the cost of a hotel. Britain has some gorgeous areas to go camping too so this will slash the cost even more as you will not have to splash out of the cost of a flight. Just get into your car, full up the boot with your essentials and away you go. The British countryside has a lot to offer, you just need to be willing to explore. The first and perhaps most frustrating task when you arrive at your destination is pitching your tent for the night, it can be quite complicated so we have put together a quick guide to help you on your way and make your trip as stress free as possible. Firstly, before you even embark on your trip you will want to make sure you buy a good quality tent which is big enough for all the people who you plan having sleep in it. The material is also an important factor, many tents are only shower proof, and so if it ends up raining hard, your camping holiday will become ruined. A quality waterproof tent may be slightly more expensive, but it will last you a long time and give you the best results, so it is a worthwhile investment. It is a good idea to practice setting your tent up in your garden first, so you get to grips with what all the parts do and where they go. You do not want to turn up at your campsite with no idea where to start, if you want a stress free assembly, practice first. Bringing extra poles for your tent is advisable; this will ensure you are not left in the lurch if one of your original poles accidentally breaks. Make sure you pitch your tent before it starts to get dark too, it can be very hard to see what you are doing when the sun goes in. It is also safer to do it in daylight as there is always a potential risk of injury should you do it in the dark. Logs, tree roots and rocks, rope and packaging could all get in the way and potentially cause an injury. Discover a whole range of Outdoor Equipment at http://www.theepicentre.co.uk/