Retro Caravan Club
The Retro Caravan Club is now the largest Classic/ Vintage / Retro Caravan Club in Europe.
We are also the fastest growing club with over 700 Paid Members and over 7,000 Internet Followers!
If you want to be part of a classic, retro and vintage caravan/ motor caravan community, you have come to the right place.
We are a friendly, family club of enthusiasts with the same interests who like to see these caravans restored, preserved and used for the purpose that they were built for all those years ago.
We offer a very varied calender of rallies for members that span all 12 months of the year. We aim to travel the length and breadth of the UK*, with two continental rallies each year.
We also issue members with a quarterly 40 page full colour magazine that is bursting with interesting articles, advertisements and technical help.
Whenever you're part of the Retro Caravan Club, you can be assured of a warm welcome, a good laugh and true friendship.
On Joining you will receive a welcome pack, which will include the current issue of the magazine, membership card and a Club window sticker. You will then receive a printed magazine quarterly thereafter.
The cut off is 1990 for both caravans and motor caravans for social rallies and for exhibitions it is 1982 for caravans and 1985 for motor caravans.
To find out more;
We have an exciting 2017 planned for the Club, don't forget to tune in on Facebook and check out our Rallies page. See you at a Rally soon.
Issue 5 of the Retro Caravan Club Journal is out now!
WHERE ARE OUR MEMBERS?
Our members are spread all over the World, England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France, Belgium, Holland, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and as far away as Australia and America.
We welcome anyone to join our club, we are the fastest growing caravan club dedicated to Caravans pre 1982 and Campers pre 1985, although we allow pre 1990 to join in on our social rallies!
We hope you will come and join us, you can find on the left a map of our members for England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, North France, Belgium and Netherlands.
Why not join an ever growing family of enthusiasts?