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Here at Wowo we are all about campfires. We think that camping without a campfire is totally crazy and that is why we encourage a safe fire in the evenings. Not only do campfires provide warmth and a focal point for any group or family, but loads of food can be cooked over or in them.
We provide every fire pit (every group) with a metal trivet (photo above) to cook on top of your campfire. We also provide benches around the fire so in the evenings you can sit comfortably and enjoy the warmth. You can use the trivet to put your own pots on, or tin foil, or any other creative cooking you can think of.
This is why we encourage you to have fires, however it means that you have to respect the dangers associated with having them.
Here is a quick guide:
1. Only use the fire pits provided
2. At least 2 meters from any tent
3. Do not collect any wood yourselves!
4. Ashes and embers might still be hot in the morning
LOGS for camp fires available at £7 per crate
The easiest way to get them is to pre-book them online at point of booking.
When you check in you will then be given a log token which you trade with the log man when he is on his round.
Log Man's delivery times:
Friday & Saturday on weekend deliveries between 5 - 7pm
Summer hols Weekdays deliveries between 5 - 7pm
You can also pay for any extra wood you need in cash to the log man.
If bringing your own wood it is crucial that there are no nails.
Campers feet do not go well with nails nor do car tyres. Also
no paint or varnish or any other chemicals that will pollute.
What you can do - Cook Stuff!
We provide the trivet in the below picture for every firepit, so bring your own pots or tin foil and start cooking over the fire. Below are a few suggestions on what you can do.
2. Check out our seasonal farm grown veg for other ideas to roast- try tasty courgettes; summer and winter squashes with delightful names patty pans, spaghetti squash, uchiki kuri, sweet dumpling to name a few.
4. Popcorn - Make a large bag out of tinfoil and place 50g of popping corn with oil inside. Seal bag leaving lots of space and place on embers. Once popping, turn and shake, then add butter and salt and pretend your at the movies.
5.The hardest recipe of all - Marshmallows - only for the most skilled of chef's.
We cannot accept responsibility for your possessions or any personal
injuries sustained while camping or using fires.