The Motor Caravanners' Club is a club specifically for motorhomes and campervans.
It's main function is to arrange meets (rallies) right across the UK and sometimes abroad.
Rallies are often over a weekend, although they can sometimes be longer.
You are free to join in any organised activities or if you prefer, to just 'do your own thing'.
With an open invitation to over 500 rallies throughout the UK, there's bound to be something that catches your eye.
A rally simply offers an arranged safe and sensible place to park and will usually have fresh water and toilet disposal available.
As we all have motorhomes/campers, the rally locations are quite carefully chosen and are generally near to some town or attraction or at the very least accessible to a bus route. Venues might include schools, village halls, sporting clubs, race courses, garden centres, parks and museums to name but a few. Events could range from jazz festivals, steam fairs, carnivals, airshows, even a spectacular balloon fiesta.
There will often be a room where we can socialise in the evening and in many cases you supply your own drinks/nibbles saving even more money over bar prices. Whether you want to find somthing local or fancy travelling a bit further afield, you can attend any rally right across the UK. In most cases there is no need to book in advance.
A warm welcome awaits you!
With nightly costs of about £10 - £15 per unit (not per person) it is a very cost effective way of enjoying your motorhome or camper, considerably cheaper than most commercial campsites. As a general rule your own sanitation is essential as rally sites do not usually have electric hook up or toilets and showers.
"...didn't really think we were rally people! If you'd told me a couple of months ago that I'd be playing guitar and singing to my fellow members, I'd have said you were crazy!"
Tina Fisher, Club Member since 2019
Keith Smith, Club Member since 2009
“...tried the other clubs but found this one refreshingly different!...can't over state how friendly we found fellow members and how welcoming they were.”
Neil Huggon, Club Member since 2012