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    Has anyone with a party under of 21 managed to go to center parcs for a long weekend/ week?

    Me and my 5 girl friends, we're all 17, are looking for a break away after exams but worried about paying £600 then being turned away. Any ideas experience or help please? Thank you
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    Someone over 21 has to book and be with you. They're quite strict, especially with noise so you wouldn't get away with it being a party type holiday.
    I believe you need to put down your ages at some point before you arrive so you'd need to lie about one of your ages or that there was someone extra with you.

    Lots of people online saying they got away with it. But it's a huge waste if you don't. I wouldn't personally :no:.
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    As long as you've got at least 1 party member over 21, and none of you look really really young, you'll probably get away with it. I go to Centre Parcs twice a year and the only point anyone actually looks at your party is when you arrive. After that who's to know who you're with.

    Obviously don't book it on the back of my advice.
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    Why don't you think about going camping somewhere? You could almost certainly find a basic campsite and buy tents, sleeping bags and cooking equipment for cheaper than that.
 
 
 
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