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Wild camping is an overnight stay, not on a campsite.
It is not strictly legal but widely tolerated providing you are acting safe and responsibly and not parking on private property. We do advise staying in campsites. Please refer to our ‘plan your trip’ section on our website.
This depends heavily on usage, miles driven etc. For safety and comfort we do recommend staying at campsites where you can recharge the leisure battery. You should charge the battery from a campsite every 2-3 days. If the battery repeatedly dies this can cause the battery to blow so we would advise avoiding this happening.
We recommend staying in campsites at least every 2-3 nights to plug your camper into mains electric and recharge the batteries. We do advise staying at campsites every night.
Laws around wild camping vary by each country. For guidelines around this, please click here.
Wild camping, if done correctly is safe. Just be sure to take the usual precautions. Always let someone know where you are, what you are doing and when you will return. If you don’t feel safe or sure about procedures, or if you prefer to have a shower and toilet, then perhaps wild camping isn’t for you; head to a campsite instead.
The “Leave No Trace” principles outline the best things we can do to protect and preserve our environment. Thus, preserving a bedrock of British & Irish culture- camping & campervanning. These can be found here.
240v sockets will not operate unless the vehicle is connected to an outside electricity supply. Please see the Apollo Connect app for more details.