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#3301 - 19/04/04 12:47 PM Camping at Lowgill farm
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Has anybody camped here?Its near the M6 after the river Lune has been crossed.Wondered if they still allow camping?

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#3302 - 20/04/04 08:59 PM Re: Camping at Lowgill farm
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Tony, I've camped at Lincoln's Inn Bridge farm before, not sure if they still allow camping though; last couple of times I've stopped at the campsite/caravan park in Sedburgh for two reasons (in this order) the pubs and having a shower.
Funny, first time I stayed there was with my daughter, aged 10, who they charged as a 'hiker', rather than as a 'child', I think it was on the grounds that she arrived on foot with a rucksack. Very cross she was, at the time, she thought they were ripping me off!

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#3303 - 20/04/04 09:01 PM Re: Camping at Lowgill farm
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That last one's from me!

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#3304 - 21/04/04 12:39 PM Re: Camping at Lowgill farm
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Loc: Lincolnshire, england
Camped at Lincolns Inn Bridge. Basic is the word! You can wash / shower in the river though!

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#3305 - 22/04/04 06:49 PM Re: Camping at Lowgill farm
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Wash in the river?! I took our Steve who was 9 at the time, we went down to the river so he could play when we'd camped, yes, you got it, he fell in. The very obliging farmer's wife dried his clothes on the range.

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#3306 - 26/06/04 02:33 AM Re: Camping at Lowgill farm
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As of two weeks ago, I did not see any sign of camping near there I had to walk to the A6 teun left and walk for about 15 minutes to find a campsite it's called Millcrest and is on the map. It's a Camping & Caravanning club site and the facilities are good and not far from the Way.

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