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Bradford Trip - Camping & What to Do Ideas Please

Mar 6, 2004
Suffolk 'em all
For this one gonna drive up and get to area Fri noon and sort out a camp site before going on to match in eve. Will be looking to stay a little north of Bradford as reckon that is a reasonable area (will be taking SS Jnr No. 3 with me and looking to explore area over the weekend).

A bit of research shows the following to prob be the best camp site:


The unisex showers seem to be the key attraction according to reviews.

Anyone been to this one? Or any tips for other sites in the area? Or anyone else making a weekend of it too?

As for what to do over Sat/Sun, not sure if I can get away with ticking off another new ground (Sheffield then Bolton would be a nice hatrick) so will be looking for stuff to keep an 11 year old amused and to act as compensation for dragging him to Bradford. Going down pit might be one idea:


Anyone done this?

Other ideas?

All thoughts welcome.




Sheffield FC (oldest team in the world) are at home if you fancy some non-league action


Do they play in the super vets league?

Lol! I'm not sure actually, I think they have a FA cup preliminary game. United are at home, the more pricey option. If you kids are into sciencey stuff then Eureka is supposed to be very good apparently