Camping & caravan sites: The key safety features to look out for before you book holidays

Closed communal areas

Some communal areas usually popular onsite will be closed this year due to the inability to ensure social distancing within.

“Unfortunately, for the time being, our receptions, play areas and other communal areas will remain closed,” explain the camping experts.

“This also means we won’t be able to sell gas.”

The good news is washing up facilities will still be available.

Enhanced cleaning

Much like all public spaces, hygiene measures will be ramped up throughout the site.

It is most likely this will be the case for any camping or holiday park travellers venture to as said by Prime Survivor.

For the Camping and Caravan Club owned sites specifically, this means enhanced cleaning rotas.

“We’re planning two deep cleans a day and four additional cleans,” they state.