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Britain has more than one lake district! Join us on tour in Snowdonia in the brand-new issue of Practical Caravan and see it for yourself.
Bala Lake might be something of a hidden gem, but turn to page 28 and you’ll soon see why this picture-perfect place is somewhere you don’t want to miss.
And remember there’s still time to enter our exciting competition to win a Coachman!
Reviewed: Airstream, Bailey, Compass, Lunar and Swift
We’ve also got five fantastic 2018-season caravan reviews for you this month.
Then we review a van with a tried and tested layout other brands seem to be moving away from. Does the end-washroom, fixed-nearside-double floorplan work for you? Turn to page 82 for our Bailey Unicorn Valencia review.
Thinking used? Get advice on buying a secondhand Bailey Orion.
Mercedes, VW and Toyota tugs tested
Three tow cars – two new and one used – also feature in the latest issue of Practical Caravan.
We’ve also got more technical advice this month – find out how to replace a broken breakaway cable and how to fit a fridge fan.
And there’s more!
Reader Gary Richardson takes a break in Keswick, we turn the spotlight on Wiltshire and, from page 44, we share some ideas for a spooky Halloween holiday.
So don’t miss the brand-new October 2017 issue of Practical Caravan to get all this and more – out now!