Launching exclusively in Northumberland, Wild With Consent offers a new way to pitch up in seclusion and enjoy spectacular views, peace and quiet.
Based on Scotland’s ‘right to roam’ laws, the website connects motorcaravanners with landowners in Northumberland to provide private, exclusive places to pitch off the beaten track.
These are not campsites, and operate on the same ‘leave no trace’ policy as you’ll find north of the border in Scotland.
Only one unit is allowed to camp at a location at any one time and must be completely self-sufficient, so you won’t have to worry about noisy neighbours (with the exception of wildlife and farm animals, perhaps).
It’s a truly off-grid camping experience, and the locations have been hand-picked to provide immersion in nature and great views. Whether it be a peaceful riverside location, or overlooking Lindisfarne Nature Reserve or Dunstanburgh Castle, there’s a great variety of places to choose from, and more will be added in due course.
The sites provided can only be used for 28 days per year, so you can be sure that the nature and wildlife won’t be disturbed or negatively impacted by your stay. You’ll be asked to adhere to wild camping guidelines, too, in order to maintain these beautiful spots for others to enjoy.
It’s a new alternative to campsites, which by law are the only places you can pitch up in the UK, unless you have permission from the landowner. This network of locations ensures that you can be sure you’re camping within this law, without the hassle of contacting the landowners yourself.
The website is simple to use; choose your location from those available, contact Wild With Consent to book your spot, and then the exact location will be provided via What3Words. Per night prices start at £25, while a super premium location costs £100 per night.
Visit www.wildwithconsent.com to find out more and find your next off-grid camping location!
Like the idea of off-the-beaten-track locations? We’ve got plenty on our Nightstops scheme in locations across the UK, too.
If you’re new to off-grid camping, check our guide to going off-grid to answer your burning questions.