Caravan owners and associations in Herefordshire are calling for lockdown restrictions to be eased.
They say the static homes are self-contained so visitors can maintain social distancing.
The British Holiday and Home Parks Association has written to Boris Johnson claiming it's unfair that people can take a road trip to visit their beach huts or their boats at a marina but against the law to visit a caravan park.
Glen Jones, a park owner in Hereford said: “At the moment we are hoping we will re-open on the 4th of July.
This is the safest form of holidaying that there possibly is. The holiday homes are owned by themselves, no one else goes in there."
“We’ve got about one hundred acres, with two hundred owners so that’s about half an acre each which I think is social distancing to the extreme.”
Mr Jones says this period has been “heartbreaking” but when they reopened for golf and fishing yesterday, his spirits were lifted.
He also fears businesses won’t survive if they are not able to open in the summer season.
The government has said that caravan parks will be some of the last places to exit lockdown.
But many of those who run sites with self-contained, self-catering static homes say they could safely open sooner.
This caravan park owner said homes are self-contained so visitors can maintain social distancing.
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