Welcome to the Isle of Wight Centre of the Caravan and Motorhome Club

There is lots of information about the centre and it’s activites on this web site and on our Facebook page (see details below). Just follow the links below and the menus to find out more.

With over 600 members of the centre you start get the feeling we must be doing something right and hopefully, we are, most of the time! The Centre has been going for 47 years and membership figure continues to grow every year.

Looking for something interesting to do? We are looking for members to help run the centre, one key role is the Centre Secretary which will be coming up for election at the 2024 AGM (26th August). If you fancy being a key figure in the running of the centre, then get in touch to find out more and to perhaps shadow the current Secretary for a while. seciowcc@gmail.com.

Additionally we are looking for members to act as Marshals at our rallies, you only have to do one if you want and there is plenty of support from the committee to guide you through the role, which is to basically set up a rally site and be around for the weekend to make sure members are safe and are enjoying themselves. rallyseciowcc@gmail.com.

The Committee are committed to doing the best for fellow caravan and motorhome users to enjoy their investment, whether that’s by providing news in the newsletter, arranging activities or finding beautiful locations to stay. Everyone is always very welcome at any event and we often welcome visitors from other centres. And don’t forget to follow us on FaceBook: “CAMC IOW Centre”
The AGM results are on the 2023 AGM page.

Photo competition: This years competition results were anounced at the AGM and can be found on the Photo results page.

The rally programme for 2024 is nearly ready and the rally book will be published around Christmas time. The draft programme can be found on the ‘Rallies and Event 2024’ page, so please keep looking as details change frequently.

Centre Newsletter
You can read or download the latest edition from the Newsletter page.

Ferry travel from/to the Island.
Portsmouth Council have imposed a clean air zone that covers the access to the Wightlink ferry terminal. Leisure vehicles like motorhomes should be exempt, but you can check to see if your vehicle is exempt on the DVLA web site at : https://www.gov.uk/clean-air-zones before you book the Portsmouth route.

We publish any updates and news on our Facebook page ‘CAMC IOW Centre’, keep an eye on this web site and our facebook page for news.

If you have any ideas or feedback about the site please do get in touch with the Mike the webmaster by clicking here,