London is the
place to be in the summer of 2012 but the question is where to stay during all the fun and games? There's no doubt that London has an array of hotels, hostels and apartments all available, but how about camping. 'Tents in London?' we hear you cry - and, yes, Camp in London
is offering exactly that. Located at Walthamstow Low Hall Sports Ground
, just a ten minute commute from the Olympic Village lays this community of tents, pitched especially to celebrate the Olympics 2012. However, this isn't just any old camp site; with the sports ground specifically in use for Camp in London there will be a choice of pitch your own, ready pitched or luxury bell tents as well as camper vans, a bar, a stage, kid's area, toilets, showers and even Wi-Fi! There will also be an entertainment zone with live music, cultural displays and sports tournaments, plus two five day feature festivals making this a camping multi-festival. The Eat Festival will run from 1-5 August and will be a tantalising feast of food samples from local organic farmers; including cheese and cider makers, bakers, and curers, plus there will be live jazz and big bands. From 8-12 August will be the second festival; the See Hear Do Festival. A collection of unique arts and crafts will be showcased and available to buy, plus both emerging and established musicians, cultural groups and art workshops will all feature as further entertainment. Then finally, not forgetting the main event of London 2012; the Olympic Games, Camp in London will be adhering to the theme with a number of mini sports tournaments and try-a-sport opportunities, including Rugby, Netball, Ultimate Frisbee and Cricket. However if spectating is more your thing, simply sit back and watch the Olympic Games unfold on either the giant screen in the entertainment area, or the multiple other screens dotted around the site. Visit www.campinlondon.com for further information and to book tents of all varieties.