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Where to camp?camping
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Posted 21 August 2012 - 09:42 AMHi guys,
I know this probably seems like the same thread over and over again but...
There is a couple of us going down via car and planning to be there for 8am.. a few of the others are coming down by coach and won't actually be there till 2pm. I don't wanna be one of them people that hogs a massive space where people wanna camp (seeing as there's 9 of us and 5 tents!) - where's the best campsite to head to where we'll be able to keep some space without annoying others? I know the whole rule is the closer to the arena the busier, and I know Orange/Yellow will already be full - I was thinking Green or Red?
Posted 21 August 2012 - 11:22 AMMy vote is always with Brown. There'll be spaces and there's a great balance between fun and not being too mental. Bit of a trek to the arena but hey ho, you don't notice when you're pissed and you see more funny stuff on the long walk!
Posted 21 August 2012 - 03:17 PMDefinitely not red or green. Because their gates have wristband exchanges people tend to dump their stuff down there and then, they fill up quick.
Brown or white, although i wouldn't worry about annoying people. 45 of us this year, 4 gazebos, and 25 tents upwards, including a couple of bigguns. We are to be the outcasts of red camp for hogging all the space with our massive camp.
Posted 22 August 2012 - 01:15 PMso at 8am tomorrow chances are Orange camp is going to be completely full?
Posted 23 August 2012 - 03:13 PMI managed to get a spot in red last year on the Friday evening...I am hoping tonight that there will be a few places free there as well. Its quiet and close to the main extrance.