4th April 2019
Summer is on the horizon and promises to bring longer days, shorter nights and sunnier times.
Whether you choose an action-packed adventure in Cornwall, family fun in Yorkshire, or the wonderful walks of Norfolk, there’s a huge selection of campsites to choose from throughout the UK.
So spend some time in the great outdoors with our campsites guide.
Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site
In a secluded spot, within the grounds of the Royal Estate at Norfolk lies Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Sandringham. With tranquillity offered by this stunning woodland site, pitches are set amongst the trees, with the area offering nature and RSPB reserves, as well as sandy beaches to keep the whole family entertained.
A Bailey Orion at the Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club site
Long Acres Touring Park
One of the Britain’s best small campsite, Long Acre is a premier 5-star adult only touring park located in Lincolnshire. Set in three acres of countryside, Barn Owls, Woodpeckers and Cuckoos are just some of the wildlife on offer. For those looking further afield, the market town of Spalding is just a short distance away, while nature lovers will be in their element with RSPB’s Freiston Shore and Frampton Marshes.
Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park
Open all-year round, the Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park is a family-run site close to the rugged West Cornwall coastline. An ideal base for couples and families alike, this is the spot for anybody looking to immerse themselves in the great outdoors.
Maragowan Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
Nestled on the bank of the River Lochay, in Scotland, is the idyllic family-friendly Maragowan Caravan and Motorhome Club Site. Within easy reach of a number of fun activities, choose from free trout fishing on the river, mountaineering and a number of cycling routes, including the Rob Roy Way.
Veryan Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Blessed with some of Cornwall’s most stunning views across the rolling countryside, Veryan is the perfect campsite for couples looking for that extended getaway. With tree-framed views on the Roseland Peninsula in South Cornwall, the breath-taking Cornish coastline is within walking distance for that ideal walking holiday.
Take in the beautiful beaches of South Cornwall
Bromyard Downs Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
A gorgeous woodland getaway, situated in the beautiful countryside between the cathedral cities of Worcester and Hereford lies the Caravan and Motorhome Club Site Bromyard Downs. Within easy reach of local transport for day excursions, the site is well located to visit restaurants, gardens, farm shops and more.
Red Kite Touring Park
A family-owned Touring Park, this mid-Wales campsite includes a number of facilities, ranging from heated toilet blocks, well-appointed shower cubicles and a dog-wash room. This picturesque adults-only site is located near a number of towns, with Llanidloes just a 20-minute walk away.
Open for just two years, this Shropshire campsite is a family-favourite and just a short ride from Shrewsbury. With a fantastic list of facilities, such as a fitness suite, spa, and a cinedrome for movie nights, there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained on a weekend getaway, or extended holiday.
Located in the Lake District, Quiet Site is a serene campsite, perfectly situated for you to explore the slopes of Great Mell Fell and the Lake District National Park. With lots of walking trails, this remote site is surrounded by beautiful scenery with the Aira Force Waterfalls within easy reach.
Whitehill Country Park
If you’re looking for a dog-friendly campsite then you’ll feel right at home at Whitehill Country Park in Devon. With dogs welcome at the Hayloft bar, there are drinking bowls throughout the site and dog treats on reception. If that’s not enough, there is also a dog exercise area and a dedicated shower to wash your pet off afterwards.
One of the benefits of caravanning is that you can take your four-legged friend wherever you go