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Take advantage of a budget break in Nottingham with a camping weekend at the National Water Sports centre, just 10 minutes from the heart of the city.
Although just miles from the city centre, the rolling parkland of the National Water Sports Centre on the banks of the River Trent is a world away from the buzz of Nottingham.
The 18-acre campsite is well equipped to host vans, tents and campers, with on-site shower facilities, recreational areas and a camping supplies shop.
Stay at the campsite and explore the centre and its activities - from walking trails to cycle hire to segway tours.
Feeling more adventurous? Have a go at white water rafting, canoeing or water skiing, or while away a sunny afternoon on a sailboat. The choice is yours.
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