It's an official husky what?
For nearly a decade now, we have been running an official husky camp for our forum members. This is a chance for people to get to meet in person, and for many a holiday that is easier to do with the dogs. This is done in a way that both people and huskies can enjoy. It was started originally as a way to get around it being difficult to have a holiday with dogs, and make it easier to enjoy due to everyone around you also having dogs of their own.
When is it?
Husky camp for 2022 will run from Friday 13th-20th May (Friday to Friday)
Where is it?
The Meadows (this is the field we are generally on, but just ask for where the husky group is staying)
Ty Mawr Holiday Park
What about covid?
As much as I wish we had control over this, clearly we don't. I will be adding things related to this at a later point in time, but for now just bear in mind that we have no control (obviously) over what the government decide. We have been restricted on this for 2 years now, and there is nothing to say we wont be next year. Currently there are covid passports required for some events and for nightclubs. Last week that didnt exist. I suspect we will be fine by then, but just bear it in mind.
Obviously (or I certainly hope it is) if someone has covid, you would need to remove yourself from camp. If you have it before, you would be expected not to attend. I hope however that this is pretty obvious.
How do I book?
You can book through their website, which is here
Ring this number to book for some reason the website is playing up there are caravans available 01745832079 (Let them know you want The Meadows Field if you are camping. )
LET ME KNOW ONCE YOU HAVE BOOKED, AND CAN ADD YOUR NAME TO THE LIST
Is it just like a 'dog convention' type thing?
Far from it LOL. Whenever I explain to people what husky camp is, in the shortest amount of words possible, it tends to be this. We go for walks and stuff during the day, enjoy food together, and generally have a good drink at night. We're about as far from being some boring convention as you could possibly get LOL.
Are there many of you go? Am I welcome? Can I bring my partner etc
We have had as many as 130 people at camp, and as little as 10. As you can see from that alone, the numbers can vary wildly. No need to ask if you are welcome at camp! Of course you are welcome! partners etc also welcome. All we ask is that you are responsible for the people that you bring (we are respected for being a good set of people, who are clean and tidy at camp, and don't cause trouble), adhere to camp rules, and generally don't give the site a bad name.
What facilities are there?
Electric hook up
Static caravan hire or camping
Shower and toilet blocks
Eating places on and around camp
Play area for the kids if you have any
Wifi on site
Where do you walk? What do you do?
Just to give you a very brief idea of the kinds of things we do, based on years gone by. Some of which we do each year (of course not all).
Alyn Waters walk
Talacre point walk
Llandudno walk along the front
Newborough Forest - Anglesea
Conwy Castle / Conwy walk
Sun Set walk
Secure offload where all the dogs can be set free to let off some energy
Meal over at the local restaurant
BBQs done by Barry (small charge to cover costs between us)
Breakfasts done by Dunc & Andy (small charge to cover costs between us)
Camp fire and drinks at night
Adult style pass the parcel (Yes, this really happens, and it hilarious!)
Added a few pics here for people who haven't been before, to give you an idea. And also a video of the offlead, which is always fun
Not sure who already booked at camp, and who didn't, so let me know if you already have