Niall Hampton
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If you want to give your non-caravanning friends a taste of the outdoor life, Pinewood Certificated Site in Scarborough may have the answer.
The Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site on the outskirts of Scarborough has added what it calls 'Cowboy' shacks to the camping field which are ideal for putting non-caravanners in if you want a weekend away with friends.
If you want to give your non-caravanning friends a taste of the outdoor life, Pinewood Certificated Site in Scarborough may have the answer. 

The Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site on the outskirts of Scarborough has added what it calls 'Cowboy' shacks to the camping field which are ideal for putting non-caravanners in if you want a weekend away with friends.
 
The double-glazed shacks are heated, insultated and come with a two metre covered veranda, complete with a rocking chair for a bit of wild west authenticity. 
 
Site Owners Dave and Kerry Woodhead feel the shacks are the perfect accompaniment to the tippees they already have on site and mean the site has something for everyone.
Kerry says “we are very proud of the new Cowboy Camping Shacks and hope that campers have as much fun staying as we have setting them up!”
The touring pictures are adult only but the shacks and tippees are for families and well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome.
  
Camping and Caravanning Club members wanting to book touring pitches at the Pinewood Site, go to www.siteseeker.co.uk or call 01723 367278.
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