Innovation in caravan design and safety continued into the 1970s. However, the recessions of the 80s and early 90s hit the industry hard, causing many popular caravan manufacturers fold. One casualty included Caravans International (CI) which had dominated the UK and export market in the 60s and early 70s.
The British passion for caravans has continued to grow from the late 1990s. Today caravanning is the most popular type of ‘paid for’ holiday in the UK.
In 2007 The Caravan Club celebrated it Centenary with a number of events including a Royal Garden Party hosted by Club Patron HRH Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace.
The 21st century has introduced a new generation of energy efficient caravans and biodiversity Sites. The Caravan Club now represents one millions caravanners, motor caravanners and trailer tent owners who hold the same passion for the outdoors as their founders over a century before.
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