Planning Your Fishing Camping Trips

Planning Your Fishing Camping Trips

Once you have finished packing, it's time to think about where you are going and what the rules are there. Many fishing sites require permits, and each will have its own set of rules and regulations. Different countries even have their own laws regarding how many fish you can catch in a day and how many need to be thrown back. So, before you go fishing, make sure you have all your fishing permits in order, have the permission of the landowner to fish, and know the rules thoroughly before you start.

One other thing to consider is the type of fishing you want to do and whether this is available where you are going camping and whether or not you have the right equipment for the kind of fish and fishing you can do when you are on holiday.

Finding Your Perfect Fishing Camping Location

You can camp and fish all over Europe and the world. So, whether you want to stay in the UK or travel further afield, there are plenty of options for a camping trip that ensures you can indulge in your favourite angling hobby.

Camping And Fishing In The UK

Camping And Fishing In The UK

Waterrow Touring Park is the perfect place for fishing enthusiasts. This touring caravan park in Somerset is peaceful and perfect for a relaxing adults-only holiday, and it is ideal for fishing. The park has a nature reserve, which includes the facility to fly fish for brown trout.

If you head to St Ives in Cornwall, you can stay at Polmanter Touring Park, an attractive caravan park with modern facilities and right on the doorstep of a beautiful part of the country. In addition to this, you can take advantage of local fishing, boats, beaches and on-site facilities that will help you relax and enjoy your holiday fully.

Camping And Fishing In Europe

For a fishing holiday in France, Camping la Chapouliere is perfect. This touring and static caravan park is situated on the Ardeche river. The park has a natural feel, yet has all the facilities you could want, including a spa and wellness centre. You can also fish on-site, so there is no need to go anywhere for a fishing trip while on holiday.

History and nature go hand in hand at the Chateau de l'Eperviere, a caravan park situated on the grounds of a chateau in Burgundy. There are 160 touring and static pitches situated around a fishing lake. While you are fishing, there are plenty of activities for the rest of the family too. Activities for the children and even the occasional wine tasting offering for the adults!

Head to Valencia in Spain for a holiday you won't forget. Sun, sea, sand and beautiful scenery are just the start! Eurocamping Oliva Beach is a touring caravan park located by the beach and set amongst trees to provide a natural and relaxing atmosphere. On-site fishing is available, and after a day's relaxing, you can head to the bar for food, a drink, and to enjoy some entertainment in the evenings.

For a holiday in Germany, take a trip to Vier Jahreszeiten - Camping Biggesee, located in North Rhine-Westphalia. This is primarily a touring caravan park, and it has so many facilities and outdoor activities to take advantage of, you may never want to leave! The touring park has a lake on-site, and you can partake in diving, sailing, windsurfing, and fishing.