Stag/Hen Camping

Rossymons

Member
Location
Cornwall
So recently I hosted my brothers stag do - basically a dozen blokes in their 30s drinking beer and tenting. There were other activites organised but they were off farm.

This year we're already running a campsite and plan for next year as well. Was just wondering if anyone has any experience of hosting these groups? We have a small paddock available away from the rest of the site and it's a short walk from the village pub. We could offer a package deal sorting out what they want to do, book taxis as well as get the campsite ready with the BBQ and beer for their arrival.

I like the idea but just wondering if it is a fanciful idea that probably isn't worth the hassle?
 

tinsheet

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
West Somerset
Hen party's are generally worse in our experience, in our holiday lets, ambulances out twice two years back, for pee'd up hens, falling out of bunkbeds etc,
Found one Hen walking around starkers early one morning in a field, said she was getting back to nature, she didn't seem bothered,
Topless sunbathing was amusing :ROFLMAO: the wife was not amused the list goes on, needless to say I'm not aloud to welcome in the Hen nights any more:cry:
But they are mucky buggers.
Stag party's good as gold on the whole.
 

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