The best way to get around Australia in a campervan?
Head to the Devil Lake camping site in Biddeford.
Photo: Facebook/The Devil Lake Camping Project A camp site on Devil Lake in Bidseford has been built on a patch of land which was once used as a military airfield.
The camp is designed to last a maximum of five days and is currently being used by up to 400 people, including the children of a member of the military.
The site was built by a local family, but a new project aims to expand the site into a permanent home for the displaced.
“The Devil lake camping project was founded by a young couple who decided to build a tent camp on the spot they were camping on,” said Mike Hodge, a member the Devil lake camping project.
“This project is about creating a community that can provide for their family and friends while staying within the bounds of the law.”
This is a small project, but we believe this site is the perfect location for a permanent camp for the next generation of campers.
“Mr Hodge said the site was being built on about 200 hectares of land, but he expects it will eventually be built up to about 2,000 hectares.
Mr Jules D’Arcy, the council’s regional manager, said the campers were being helped by a small group of people who were not yet on the hook for their expenses. “
The Devil lakes council has developed a program to provide homeless families and those in need with a temporary camp site that is available in Biddingeford and in the surrounding area,” the council said in a statement.
Mr Jules D’Arcy, the council’s regional manager, said the campers were being helped by a small group of people who were not yet on the hook for their expenses.
He said the council was also assisting with the relocation of people and the rehousing of those who have left their homes.
A resident of Devil Lake, Mr Jules said the community was a community in crisis and it was important the campsite was a permanent place for the community to stay.
”People are not moving on, it is just about keeping them,” he said.
Devil Lake is a large site in a small area of rural Australia.
The campsite is in the Devil lakes region, a small but richly populated area.
It is estimated the population of Devil Lakes in 2018 was around 50 people, of which approximately 100 were in need of shelter.
Some of the people in the camp, known as ‘campsiteers’, are also in the process of getting a home.
Residents of Devil lake have already been living in a tent for the last three years, but Mr Hodge says they were hoping to move into a camp for a few months.
They had been renting a tent, but it was a bit of a struggle, and we decided to take matters into our own hands,” he added.
In 2018, the number of homeless people in Devil Lake fell by 60 per cent.
As well as providing shelter, the camp site provides recreational opportunities for locals.
When a resident was asked if he would be interested in helping to build the camp a friend who was a camPERNA volunteer, Mr Hokes said he was keen to do so.
Campsite volunteer Nick McNeill, from the Devil Creek camp, said he loved the site.
“(It) has a really nice setting.
It is nice to see people coming and going.
I think it’s great for the area,” he told News.
‘We’ve got no choice’ “We’ve always lived here, we’ve always been here.
We’ve been here for a while, we just moved to a different area.
We can’t leave, we’re going to have to stay here,” he continued.
While some of the residents at Devil lake were grateful for the opportunity to live in a community, many of them were concerned about their own safety.
On the night of the camp opening, police were called to the site, but they said they had no immediate concerns.
Local resident and Camp Prowler owner Mike Whelan said the local police had not been involved with the site and had not contacted him.
Camp Prowlers are a camping and recreational activity in which participants camp on a dirt path or on a beach.
Police have not responded to calls from News.COM.AU.
For more information, visit the DevilLakecamp.com website.