Penny-pinching pros at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk explained that costs can easily soar if you’re not careful.
A spokesperson shared their travel advice: “Generally, people think camping is cheaper than stopping in bricks and mortar accommodation, and whilst this largely true, it’s surprisingly easy for costs to spiral.
“By the time you’ve added on the cost of a tent, ground mats, sleeping bags, air beds, and cooking equipment, your bill could easily run into the hundreds – that’s before you’ve even booked a pitch!
“Luckily there are plenty of ways to save money on your next camping adventure, so whether you’re feeling frugal or are on a tight budget this summer, you can enjoy the great outdoors regardless!”
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