9 UK Campsites

Thinking of a Staycation? We found 9 UK campsites for perfect campervan holidays this summer..

North Wales and Snowdonia

Mount Snowden is Wales’ highest mountain and the area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. Some of the most dramatic landscapes in the UK can be explored from a base in Snowdonia and when you’ve climbed the mountains, try a lazy day on the beaches and coastal walks.


Eisteddfa Caravan & Camping

Perfectly situated for a wonderful Welsh holiday, close to the sea overlooking Cardigan Bay on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.

Pentrefelin, Criccieth, Gynedd, LL5 0PT

March - October, 35 Pitches


Rynys Farm

Peaceful and scenic setting in the Snowdonia National Park, a couple of miles from Betws-y-Coed. Wi-Fi available onsite.

Nr. Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia, LL26 0RU

Easter - October, 26 Pitches

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Cae du Campsite

Caravan and Camping in 30 acre site at Beddlegert in Snowdonia with panoramic sea views of Ynys Enlli and the Llyn Peninsula.

Beddgelert, Gwenedd, Wales, LL55 4NE

March - October, 25 Pitches

The Peak District

Bang in the centre of the UK, the Peak District was one of Britain’s best kept secrets until 1951 when it bacame a designated National Park. Hiking, Hangliding and Potholing are popular passtimes here or you can just wander peacefully through the rolling hills..

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Lognor Wood Holiday Park

Surrounded by wildflower meadoows, heather moors and rolling countryside, Longnor is a secluded adults only park

Newtown, Longnor, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 0NG

March - January, 47 Pitches

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Beech Croft Farm

Family run site in the beautiful heart of the Peak District. Betweeen Bakewell and Buxton, close to a small hamlet of 10 houses and a pub.

Blackwell in the Peak, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9TQ

Open All Year

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Lime Tree Park

Very picturesque location near a wooded limestone gorge with a magnificent victorian railway viaduct

Dukes Drive, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9RP

March - October, 35 Pitches

The Lake District

One of the UK’s most visited destinations. Attracted by the dramatic landscapes and the outstanding beauty of the lakes,  poets, painters and writers have been holidaying here for hundreds of years. A perfect location for hiking, the views from the top of Skarfell extend as far as Ireland and Snowdonia on a clear day.

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Scotgate Holiday Park

Dramatic views of Skiddaw and the Northern Fells. Close to Whinlatter Forest and perfect for walking and mountain bike holidays

Braithwaite, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 5TF

Open All Year

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Sykeside Camping Park

Situated in the heart of Dovedale Valley, surrounded by Dove Crag, Hart Crag and Fairfield. Close to Brotherswater

Brotherswater, Patterdale, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0NZ

Open All Year

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Hawkshead Hall Campsite

Hawkshead Hall farm a picturesque working farm set in 100 acres of unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Lake District. 

Hawkshead Hall Farm Hawkshead Nr Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 ONN

Open All Year

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Featured Excursions


Windemere Lake Cruises

A 3 hour cruise on Lake Windemere will take the weight off your feet and show you the Lake District from another perspective.



Centre for Alternative Technology

Interactive displays and live demonstrations, if you’ve ever thought about going greener, this is a great place to see what that might involve.

Llwyngwern Quarry, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9AZ


Haddon Hall

One of the best examples of Medieval and Tudor architecture in the UK. 

Haddon Hall, Bakewell, DE45 1LA


Pooles Cavern

If Stalactites and Stalagmites are your cup of tea, then a trip below ground might be just the job. It’s family friendly and illuminated by LED lighting

Pooles Cavern & Country Park, Green Lane, Buxton SK17 9DH 

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