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How far do you travel to your park?

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How far do you travel to your park?

0 - 50 Miles
33
26%
50 - 75 Miles
19
15%
75 - 100 Miles
26
21%
100 - 125 Miles
21
17%
125 - 150 Miles
10
8%
150 Miles or More
16
13%
 
Total votes: 125

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Post by shosky » 11 years ago

live in manchester can jump on the motorway and be in Marton Mere, Blackpool in 45 mins.....in rush hour :occasion5:

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Post by Andy » 11 years ago

Maybe i should have got my van on MARTON MERE then I could get there in 10mins

Andy :iroc:

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Post by mandamac » 11 years ago

We are a 90 minute drive away from Combe Haven, not bad at all - it's only 40 miles away but A roads and country lanes so takes a while longer than it would if there was a motorway to use - definitely worth it though :big_grin:

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Post by dbh1961 » 11 years ago

20 miles - now that we've moved

Handy for handovers/cleaning
DBH1961 - Primrose Valley

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About an hour

Post by Bonnieblue » 11 years ago

I get from Glasgow to Seton Sands in about an hour depending on Road Work :evil: I try to get up around 3/4 times a month more in the summer Aug being the best time due to the Edinburgh Festivel Only 15 min away by train
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Post by bradders » 11 years ago

It's exactly 125 miles from home to the site. On a good run I can do it in around one and three quarter hours - i.e. no sign of police on the M5 :big_grin:

Only just bought it but hope it's a once a month trip next year - barring the summer holidays when hopefully it will be fully let out to recoup the majority of our costs! And maybe a little more if we actually have some of that sunshine stuff the rest of the summer!!

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Post by Mashman » 11 years ago

bradders wrote:It's exactly 125 miles from home to the site. On a good run I can do it in around one and three quarter hours - i.e. no sign of police on the M5 :big_grin:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Brill just BRILL !!!


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Post by Briggsy » 9 years ago

Nottingham to Caister on sea is about 144 miles. Takes about 3 1/2 hours depending on a stop, etc. Well worth it though as been going there every year for the last 20+ years :big_grin:

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Post by mrandmrsselby » 9 years ago

Drighlington to Primrose Valley, 1 1/2 hrs max, can do in less than hour if driving at night, and the wife isn't looking at speedo :razz:
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Post by ord towers » 9 years ago

we travel for 2hr's 25mins to our park 3hrs on a bad run.
worth it when we get there tho. its about 130 miles.
there isnt a park as good as ours nearer to us anyway.
darren. :iroc:

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