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Finding a great campsite for your campervan holiday is an important task, read on for our top 10
Break out the factor 50, the great British summer is right around the corner. From beaches to mountains, the UK has plenty for us to see. So, why spend hours queuing through airport security when you can simply pick up your camper and hit the open road?
We asked our Quirky community about their favourite campsites for campervans and have rounded up 10 for you to check out.
Right, let’s go on holiday!
If you enjoy walking and nature, this site is for you. You can access the trail to climb Snowdon from the campsite, and when you return you can enjoy the natural beauty by the lake. Or simply just enjoy the sight of the mountain from your campervan.This site is extremely popular so make sure to book ahead.
Which Quirky Camper? Located within 10 miles of this campsite, Art is your perfect Quirky Camper.
This campsite is in an amazing setting on the shores of Dunvegan in the north west of the Isle of Skye. Wildlife enthusiasts are in for a treat here where eagles and seals are often spotted. The Isle of Skye is a magical place to campervan around, but please, make sure you respect the locals and always take your rubbish with you.
Tregedna Farm is a spacious 12 acre campsite and allows you the freedom to park wherever you like. It’s just a 10 minute walk to Maenporth beach or access to the south west coastal path, depending on your mood at the time!
Make sure when you book this site you ask for a pitch by the waterside. These hard standing pitches have stunning views of the loch and the campsite itself has all the facilities you will need to refresh your campervan for a further adventure, (water, waste disposal) whether that’s further north or exploring the local area. There’s also a pub within walking distance!
Set in the heart of the Gower peninsula, this site offers breathtaking sea views over the bay with your morning coffee. Or why not take your breakfast down to the bay, it’s only a short walk. There are a range of pitches available including electric hook up, guaranteed level and those all important sea views. This site gets booked up so make sure you book in advance.
Which Quirky Camper? The beautiful Quirky Camper Sandy could be your perfect companion – check her out.
This campsite makes you really feel like you’re amongst it. Nestle your campervan in between the tall Calendonian pine trees, turn your phone off and embrace the tranquility. This beautiful campsite is a 35-minute drive from Inverness through stunning Highland scenery.
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Overlooking Salcombe in South Devon, this campsite and working farm has 8 acres of beautiful views. This site doesn’t have hook up so only off grid campervans are suitable. A simple site with a well stocked farm shop and a local pub just a 10 minute walk away.
Ever heard of a campsite offering a mobile log Scandinavian hot tub to your pitch?! Well at Ivy Bank Campsite you can do just this! Imagine a day exploring the Yorkshire Dales and coming back to a hot tub with a glass of wine. Bliss!
A quiet family run campsite in the heart of some of the best National Trust and beautiful countryside in England. Its riverside location makes for an extremely romantic stay. You might never want to leave this small and secluded site. There are only 24 pitches and electric hook ups are available.
Strawberry Hill Farm gets top marks for friendliness and cleanliness. Set in the tranquil countryside of County Durham you’ve got plenty of attractions on your doorstep. The Heritage Coastline is a real secret gem of the country, plus lots of walks and cycle routes nearby.
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We hope you enjoyed our round our of best campsites for campervans! We’ve also got some more great blogs on how to find campsites in your campervan, how to wild camp in your campervan and if you have a dog – you might want to also read our post on how to find the best dog friendly campsites.
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