- Your campsite search preferences
- Campsites you've looked at
- Products/Guides you've looked at
- Follow your use of the website
- Recommend products in the shop
- Present relevant campsite suggestions
- Show you what you last looked at when you return to the site
Cookies set by our site have an expiry time 365 days from when they are set.
Third party cookies:
Third party cookies are cookies that get set by other websites. Examples of third party cookies used on this website are those set by social media platforms, YouTube videos or interactive maps. Widgets provided by these websites set their own cookies that we do not have any control over. These types of cookies are often necessary for their respective functionality.
What cookies do we use?
|Session cookies||Allows campsites to log-in and manage their content.||Required||Required|
|Alan Rogers Tracking||Allows us to measure and report on the success of our various web pages.||1st Party||Tracking|
|YouTube||Allows us to include YouTube videos for campsites.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Vimeo||Allows us to include Vimeo videos for campsites||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Google Maps||Allows us to include Google Maps on listings and campsite pages.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Issuu Publications||Allows us to include interactive guide books, brochures and magazines.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Campsites for Sale||Allow the 'campsites for sale' listings page to be included.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Unbounce||Allows pop-up marketing messages, such as newsletter sign-up or special offers.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
|Google Analytics||Allows us to measure the performance of our website.||3rd Party||Tracking, Targeting|
How to manage your consent
If you have cookies enabled in your browser, the first time you visit our website, we will present you with a set of options for cookies we can use on the site to enhance your experience. The choices you make here are not permanent. You can click on the cookie icon in the top yellow bar of the website to re-adjust your preferences at any time. In some cases, you may need to reload the page for those updated choices to take effect.
Unfortunately, if you choose not to allow some cookies, some parts of the site will be missing. For example, if you choose not to allow "Tracking & Targeting" cookies, we will be unable to show campsite videos or related videos. This is because YouTube hosts most videos displayed on our website; therefore, we must use their tools to embed videos. YouTube offers no way to do this without allowing Tracking and Targeting cookies.
Other cookies shown in the table above are used due to similar restrictions by the respective publishing party.
Want to get rid of cookies?
It is possible to delete cookies in your browser. This action clears cookies as you choose and will have effects like logging you out of social media accounts or any other website you may be logged in to.
It is possible to disable cookies entirely in your browser. The method to do this varies a lot between different web browser vendors, this web page describes how to do this for the most popular ones. Caution should be used when doing this as it can stop some of the core functionality of websites from working entirely. Because these steps disable cookies for all sites, not just ours, effects may include not being able to log-in, broken shopping basket functionality or features that rely on remembering who you are ceasing to function.
Here's how to use "private browsing"
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can prevent cookies from being stored on your computer or device by setting your browser not to accept cookies.
Some browsers provide a mode where cookies are permanently deleted after a visit. This is called "InPrivate" in Internet Explorer and Edge; "Incognito" in Google Chrome; "Private Browsing" in Firefox, and "Private Browsing" in Safari. The exact instructions for this can be found in one of these web pages:
We respect your privacy.