Walks with campsites, bunkhouses and bothies

Walkers with view back to Wasdale campsite

Walking is a great way to get outside, especially during the spring and summer when you can make a full day (and night) of it. With this in mind, we've picked some of our top campsites, bunkhouses and bothies with walking trails nearby, so you can enjoy the great outdoors that bit longer.

What’s more, every time you stay at one of our places, you’re helping us look after them for ever, for everyone.

Lansallos, Cornwall

Countisbury, North Devon

Slindon, South Downs

Group of people sitting in kitchen

Gumber Camping Barn and Campsite

The site is situated on the beautiful Slindon Estate, part of the South Downs National Park, so there’s plenty of opportunity to test out your walking boots on the local trails.

Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire

The Wind Pump situated on the Sedge Fen at Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire

Camping at Wicken Fen

Located in a remote area of the nature reserve, the campsite provides a great opportunity for a night of back to basics camping under the stars. The site has four open-fronted shelters, each capable of sleeping six adults or eight children. Listen out for the nocturnal wildlife and see if you can make out some of the constellations in the vast, dark fenland skies.

Wicken Fen - Cuckoo in flight

Lodes Way trail

After a night of camping at Wicken Fen, wake yourself up with a walk along the Lodes Way to the heart of the nature reserve, where you can see amazing wildlife from cuckoos to marsh harriers.

Edale, Derbyshire

Buckden, Yorkshire Dales

Low Wray, Cumbria

Hafod y Llan, Snowdonia

Gupton Farm, Pembrokeshire

Castle Ward, County Down