We recently met Lucy, who runs a small, 16 acre re-wilding project in the Chiltern hills, where she is also in the process of converting stables into a house.
Our team member Will introduced her to one of our Entry Line tents, the Amenity Dome (M), along with some simple, practical gear that is perfect for couples and small families, as she is expecting a baby in a couple of months.
Lucy : “I have always held a great love for the outdoors; I love animals, foraging and picnics. I appreciate being out in the fields. I feel most relaxed when I’m out under the sun, having snacks and chatting with friends.”
If you’re new to camping, or perhaps looking for gear that is suitable for short breaks and is compact and straightforward to use, our Entry Line tents and range of simple furniture items are perfect for you.
Entry Line tents are super simple to set up and are perfect for short breaks. My Japanese colleagues say it’s common for people in Japan to go camping for shorter periods then over here, for 1 night, or even for what they call ‘a day camp out’.”
If you’re new to camping, have young children, or perhaps are pressed for time, ‘A Day Camp Out’ is a great way to get out in nature, and to refresh and recharge, without the hassle of heavy packing.
* The tent and all of the gear used in these photos are available to buy HERE.
About the Campsite
Shooting Location : Long Acres campsite
Set amongst picturesque countryside just one hour’s drive from London, this beautiful family-owned camping and caravan park is the perfect place to escape and enjoy the tranquillity of nature.
Featuring a free-pitch wild camp area, a caravan site, and wooden glamping pods, along with a range of amenities, the park is surrounded by public footpaths and fringed by a bridle path that is perfect for cycling, whilst a number of nature-rich attractions, including, Ashdown Forest, The British Wildlife Centre, and Wakehurst Botanical Gardens, are just a short drive away.
Photography By: Holly Smith @hollysmithphoto