Our caravan pitches are set in woodland on the Castle Ward Estate alongside Strangford Lough in County Down. As well as exploring the 400-year-old estate guests can kayak and hike. A local adventure supplier also offers archery, climbing and water sports.
Set in the attractive woodland of the Dolaucothi Estate in South Wales, this twin-level site is right next to the River Cothi. Caravanners will enjoy getting back to nature with the magical wildflowers and birds, including the rare red kite.
Pitch your caravan in a tranquil spot in the meadows alongside the river in the Ouse valley in the grounds of Houghton Mill. Within strolling distance of the twin villages of Houghton and Wyton with their pubs and a village shop.
Nestled in the grounds of Ilam Park with its miles of walking trails and sitting alongside the river Manifold. It is a great base to explore the Peak District from with easy access to Dovedale and the White Peak.
Fancy trying your hand at surfing, coasteering or setting off for coastal walks then Teneriffe Farm on is the ideal place to pich your motorhome or caravan. The site is located on the edge of the Lizard National Nature Reserve.
When it comes to camping, very few places can rival the beautiful beaches and breathtaking mountain ranges our campsites are set in - ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside. Why not make your next holiday an outdoor camping adventure?
If you like the idea of camping but don't want the hassle of having to bring all the kit, camping pods could be for you. You'll still enjoy the benefits of being close to nature, without packing your tent.