Get adventure-ready as the annual Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show once again pitches up at the NEC in Birmingham for six days of camping and motor-holiday inspiration.
The 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show takes place from February 13th to 18th, 2023, and will span five halls (almost 20 acres!) giving visitors endless inspiration for all things caravan, campervan, motorhome, and camping-related.
Visitors to the start-of-the-season showcase will have the opportunity to step inside more than 700 models from leading UK and European manufacturers, dealers and brands, including Coachman, Bailey of Bristol, Adria, Auto Sleepers, Auto-Trail, Chausson, Carthago, Frankia, Pilote, Roller Team, Malibu, Premium Motorhomes, Hillside Leisure, Bilbo’s, Danbury, Rolling Homes, Kaktus Vans, and more.
With a vast array of leisure vehicles parked under one roof and a selection of the latest tents and trailer tents pitched up in the dedicated camping hall – visitors, nomads, and holiday-makers alike can step inside, compare each model and discover the best fit for them.
If it’s a solo caravan adventure or a family touring holiday that visitors are on the hunt for, they’ll find it at the 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show along with the newest and coolest tech, gadgets, awnings, and accessories to complete any camping holiday. From bike-packing accessories and collapsible cooking equipment to pet travel essentials and eco-friendly batteries, visitors can benefit from touching, trying and testing products at the Show.
With winter still in full swing and the longings of summer, visitors will be able to curate their dream 2024 holidays from start to finish as they meet campsite and park operators, research the best locations, and book their campsite pitches for the year ahead.
Whether a seasoned caravanner or motorhomer or about to venture out on your first caravan or motorhome trip, those interested in touring will be able to get free and impartial help and advice on all things leisure vehicle-related. From buying advice to security systems and romantic getaways, there’s no question the Leisure Vehicle Advice Centre experts can’t answer.
Plus, if you head over to Hall Two you’ll be able to get all the information you need about insuring your pride and joy from our motorhome, campervan and caravan insurance experts on our stand. We’ll also be giving showgoers a chance to win a year’s free insurance or a Caravan Guard branded prize in our popular Spin the Wheel game.
The Show will also feature free activities to keep the young and the young at heart entertained. The 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show will see the return of the iconic Kayak and Paddleboard Pool where visitors can get wet-suited up and experience these watersports first hand. Visitors will be able to climb the battlement of the Show’s custom-built castle-themed climbing wall.
2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show speakers
The much-loved Inspiration Theatre will feature a star-studded line-up of celebrity speakers including wilderness and survival expert Ray Mears and avid caravanner and Two Pints of Lager star Will Mellor, chatting about his love for the outdoors and previous caravan and campervanning escapades with his family.
Strictly Come Dancing star, Annabel Croft, will be at the Theatre on the Show’s first day (February 13th) sharing tales of her campervan adventures, her favourite places to explore, and how these experiences have had a positive effect on her wellbeing.
And TV Chef and caravanner, Kwoklyn Wan, will not only be delighting visitors with anecdotes and top tips about caravanning in Devon, but he’ll also be demonstrating the delights of campsite cooking by cooking up ‘breakfast fried rice’ from his book One Wok One Pot.
For some destination inspiration, blogger Kat Bird, aka Wandering Bird, will take visitors on an adventure travelling along the world’s longest coastal road trip route – the Wild Atlantic Way – in Ireland.
Also speaking each day is award-winning travel writer Marcus Leach recounting tales of his magical journey through Croatia – home to shimmering shorelines, enchanting islands, ancient cities, tumbling waterfalls, rugged mountains and glorious gastronomic delights.
With hundreds of products and innovations to shop for at the Show, Ella Williamson, also known as TV’s Gadget Girl, will go through her selection of top accessories and gadgets. From travel apps to argument-saving cameras, cool boxes and everything in-between, she’ll be providing visitors with advice and tips to help give their next adventure an upgrade.
Rachael Walker from Cycling UK will share tips for exploring destinations by bike – from route planning, what to pack, and the game-changing possibilities that e-bikes provide.
Karen Dodd, Marketing Director at NCC Events, said: “We’re really looking forward to delivering another fantastic Show. There’s even more on offer than the 2023 event with over 400 companies taking part – many exhibiting for the first time. Whether you’re already enjoying the fun, freedom, and adventure of campervan, caravan, motorhome or camping holidays or are wanting to find out more about how to get started, you’ll find all the products, services, friendly help, advice, and inspiration you need for successful breaks away.”
Tickets for the 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show are available to buy now at ccmshow.co.uk.
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Early bird ticket offer
We have a special early bird ticket offer for Caravan Guard blog readers.
Our readers can buy tickets for £12* with our exclusive discount code (CGUARD) on the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show website. Tickets include free parking and show guide.
*£12 before midnight on February 12th. After this time tickets are £15.50. A £1.25 transaction fee applies to all bookings. Tickets are non-refundable. Car parking is included in the 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show ticket price. No dogs (except assistance dogs). Children 15 years and under go free when accompanied by a paying adult but still need a ticket to attend.
Information correct at the time of publication.