What is a rally?


Ever considered attending a rally (event) rather than always staying on commercial sites? Please read on…….

What is a rally?


It is a gathering of Caravan Club Members who enjoy weekends away with fun and fellowship thrown in for good measure. You can enjoy a natter, have a laugh and perhaps a drink or two – a real opportunity to make new friends and visit new places. Take a look at the Picture Gallery to see photo's taken at rallies during the last few months. Click on "Photo's" on main menu.

Who goes on rallies?

A complete mixture of people ranging from families with young children, families with teenagers, people without children, people whose children are grown up, retired people, people on their own, people with dogs (and cats and budgies and hamsters!). One thing all these people have in common is enjoying the freedom offered by caravanning.

Where are rallies held?


The West Surrey Centre of the Caravan Club holds rallies throughout the year (yes, even during the winter) at a variety of venues throughout Surrey and the surrounding counties. Most rallies run from late afternoon Friday until late afternoon Sunday.

Many rallies are held in quiet fields. Others are held at locations close to a local attraction or events (such as Netley, Victoria Country Park or Petworth house).

A few rallies are held at commercial sites such as Hoburne Bashley Park, New Milton in the New Forest, or Rays Field (near Poultons Park.)
During the winter months, the rallies are usually held on hard standing in school playgrounds. (no getting bogged down in the mud!). Click on "Rallies" in main menu.

What about holidays?

Holiday rallies are rallies that are held over a longer period ( usually between four to fourteen days). These can even be held abroad ( for example , Ireland, France, Spain ).