Campsites in the UK
There are some amazing places to camp in the uk,
and we think we have found the best of them!
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Abbotstone Wood Camping
Teversal Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Belle Tents Camping
Mount Harry Camping
Ty-Newydd Farm Caravan and Camping Site
Camping in Llanberis
Ocean Pitch Campsite
Home Farm Camping
The Ceridwen Centre
Bach Wen Farm
The Rolling Downs
Denmark Farm Eco Campsite
The Secret Campsite
East Sussex’s best kept secret...
Eco Camp UK at Beech Estate Woodland Campsite
Tent pitches and bell tent camping in a wonderful, woodland hideaway...
Housedean Farm Campsite
An isolated walker’s paradise hidden sweetly on the South Downs Way.
Northmoor Lock Paddocks
Back-to-basics camping and unbeatable canoeing on the gorgeous Oxfordshire stretch of the Thames Path.
Roll on the river and run through the dreamy meadows at this oh so enchanting site...
True organic, family glamping in the heart of the Dorset countryside.
Get back to nature with this agricultural treat...
Eco Camp UK at Wild Boar Wood
Eco-friendly bell tent camping amongst the magical woodlands of West sussex.
Hole Station Adult Only Campsite
Opening its gates to campers as recently as 2009, Hole Station has already become a firm favourite among the camping fraternity, which is hardly surprising given its secluded woodland pitches, campfire encouragement, and natural beauty.
Celtic Camping & Bunkhouse
Knock-out sea views, the warmest of welcomes, a beach within reach, direct access onto the Pembrokeshire Coast Path: all just four miles from Britain’s tiniest city, St David’s. Celtic Camping showcases the best of Wales from its enviable cliff-top eyrie.
Treen Farm Campsite
Beach babes and sun lovers, oil up and grab your flip-flops – Treen Farm campsite is just a towel’s throw from some of England’s finest beaches.
If you’re looking for a quick weekend break from the big smoke, then this is the campsite for you...
Yurts Cornwall, Tremeer Farm
Yurt-tastic, Cornish retreat...A ger-eat place to catch up on your chilling.
Hooks House Farm
Hooks House Farm provides an easy going, friendly and attentive site and service. You’ll be hooked. Heh.
Trellyn is a magical place; a steadfastly uncommercial woodland campsite. There is lots of space. And lots of trees.
A marsh frog, heron and a erm...wardobe. Here you'll find the balance between peaceful campsite and the kids' Narnia playground almost perfect.
Come to the Fairmans’ organic farm on the fringes of Bodmin Moor for a taste of luxury in one of their Mongolian Yurts or to pitch your tent on one of the generous spaces on their fields. Let the surrounding moorland breathe a waft of tranquility and fresh countryside air over you.
How often do you get to stay in a hand-built home?
Priory Mill Farm
Pitch up by a river, wrap up in nature and revel in the restoration of the old Mill.
Bucking the holiday-park trends that abound in this part of the world, Little Meadow remains happily…well, little. Simple, friendly and unassuming, it’s a low-impact, ecological hillside site with terraced pitches that offer great views .
Heritage Coast Campsite
Starting from Cardiff Bay's regenerated waterfront and spanning 35 miles westwards to the seaside kitsch of Porthcawl, this stretch of Wales' recently opened national trail takes in some of the country's most spectacular scenery.
When it comes to encouraging wholesome outdoor play for the kiddywinks, this site has it sorted with a capital S.
Whitlingham Broad Campsite
Just a stone's throw from beautiful Norwich, this wonderfully laid back site is your gateway to the famous Norfolk Broads.
Tents-only campsite on a gorgeous Hampshire farm – pure bliss.
Nature versus nurture? There’s no need to get into this old debate at Naturesbase, a gorgeous natural environment nurtured to perfection by its caring, sharing owners. So, come and help yourself to a hefty chunk of nurtured nature, and a slice of pizza, too.
Hop Pickers Wood
A secret, shady glade near an old castle... the stuff of fairy tales...
View-tastic camping nestled in the stunning Cumbrian valleys.
Snowdonia Shepherds’ Huts
A luxury romantic retreat at the gateway to Snowdonia.
A geographical beauty where you can forget the harsh realities of life and remember what it is you’re living for.
Laid back glamping in the breathtaking wilds of Snowdonia.
North Rhinns Camping
Back-to-basics camping near Scotland’s wildly beautiful south-west coast.
Inside Out Camping
Crag and fell views, and riverside fun.
Small in size, diverse in style. Alde garden will most certainly spoil you!
Civilised and simple campsite surrounded by all the delicious Oxfordshire and Cotswolds village food offerings.
Owners Harvey and John really make this place a delight. Providing freshly baked bread, wonderful company and waterside campfires.
Abbey Home Farm
An eco-camping experience in a choice of settings on an organic farm with an award-winning organic shop and café on your yurt-step. Which, of course, is green in colour.
A truly magical place that will spirit you away from your usual troubles.
Trees, trees, trees. Oh the trees!… Perfect for working on your Tarzan impression.
Fforest Fields Caravan Park
Commune with nature here and wave goodbye to your woes. Bye bye sorrows.
The Sunny Field
A convivial rural campsite with 15 pitches in a hilltop grassy meadow. Play in the wildflowers, wander to the swimming pool or cook atop your campfire.
Get back to nature without giving up your creature comforts. Yurt life on the edge of Dartmoor comes with a sleigh bed under the stars, a wood-fired bath with a view and a ride-on tractor for budding farmers.
Side Farm Campsite
Not many campsites can beat the location of this stunningly diverse retreat. Wake up every morning to the Helvellyn falls and fall in love with life again.
Three Cliffs Bay Caravan Park
No matter how many photos you might see of Three Cliffs Bay, none can match the beauty and majesty of the real thing. Come and experience it for yourself.
Lush, wide open, spacious camping with some small touches of finesse thrown in...
Turner Hall Farm
Strap on the hiking boots and get involved in this beast of a site. Walk amongst crags, fells, pikes, tarns and waterfalls-definitely far from the beaten track.
Llyn Gwynant Campsite
Choose to stare right into the eyes of the beast and take on the challenge of a non-stop activity-based madcap holiday during peak season, or swing by off-peak for an altogether more chilled affair.
Dol-Llys Caravan and Camping
Refreshingly understated, family-friendly site on a proper working mid-Wales farm. Oh yeah, and you can camp right beside the River Severn!
Camping at Ynysfaen
Peace and tranquility reign supreme at this tents-only site in the heart of the Brecon Beacons.
Pleasant Streams Farm
It’s all about simple pleasures when you pitch up by a lake in rural Cornwall.
Long Valley Yurts
Morrocan, magical, star-gazing, yurt-loving fun. This is a real somewhere-for-everyone place.
No, you won’t find four oak trees. But you will find a lovely secluded dwelling that’s simply perfect for a proper de-stress hideout.
The hills are alive with the sound of contented campers at North Wales' best kept glamping secret.
The Original Hut Company
Relax in the lap of luxury at this romantic, glamping woodland hideaway.
Modern camping at it’s finest, perfect and peaceful for all the family. Best part? Tipi-style tents!
This traditional, 29 acre, cliff-top dairy farm at Druidston is a breathtaking, back-to-basics site that makes the ideal camp for those exploring the unspoilt Pembrokeshire coast.
Happy Days Retro Vacations
1950s airstreams decorated with pretty, homely touches, with plentiful fresh, countryside air and wonderful sunsets.
The Quiet Site
Sshh, don’t tell anyone but this place offers a great escape, supreme walking and caters well for kids too, just don’t go shouting about it.
High Meadow Yurts
Two wonderfully furnished Yurts, set outside the Brecon Beacons National Park on a traditional working farm.
Pencelli Castle Caravan and Camping Park
Great for first-time campers with flat pitches, shade, shelter, canals, cycle paths, views and a choice of 3 glorious fields – the Orchard, the Oaks, or the Meadow.
Tir Bach Farm
Follow the yellow brick road all the way to this quaint little spot. Friendly, mellow and laughs are aplenty here.
Low carbon, cliff-top camping with magnificent views across St. Brides Bay from this friendly working dairy farm.
When was the last time you saw the Milky Way? Or had no signal on your mobile? In this remote glen on the Isle of Skye, far away from the ubiquitous glow of sodium street lamps, you’re bound to see the streak of a shooting star and if you listen carefully enough you’ll hear nothing at all.
Coastal Stay Camping
Pembrokeshire's new best kept secret...
Magical, pagan woodland camping at it’s finest. There’s heaps of flora and fauna to keep you bewitched, not to mention the encouragement of big woodland campfires.
Seriously chilled out vibes here in this woodland wonderland of a campsite.
Hook Farm Caravan and Camping Park
Find the inner-archeologist at this Dorset treat – Indiana eat your heart out...
Wowo (Wapsbourne Manor Farm)
This rural wonderland is filled with rope-swinging fun. Not to mention the smoky campfires and evening sing-a-longs. “Kumbaya….”
St Ives Farm
As close to Hundred Acre Wood as you’re going to get. No-real life Pooh bears, but the kids don’t need to know that.
Sigh, if only a site like this really existed. What..it does? Oh, but only in August.
Arrive at this campsite by a steam locomotive and prepare to amaze your kids with this campsite that has it all: playgrounds, streams and lots of trains.