All of the campsites below have been researched, contacted and confirmed that they have availability and are taking bookings. 🙂
Availability may change of course so get in quick.
England’s smallest historic county offers keen walkers and cyclist a great place to explore safely, with trails and tracks which take you through charming English villages and idyllic rural hideaways, great for wildlife spotting and recharging your batteries.
Within the county of Rutland you’ll discover Rutland Water, one of Europe’s largest man-made lakes which is set in over 4,200 acres of stunning countryside, offering you a great getaway experience.
This family run caravan and camping park is situated adjacent to the village of Greetham, through which the Viking Way runs along with other footpath networks. They offer a relaxing atmosphere where you can escape the hustle and bustle of today’s World, and take in the beautiful surroundings. The park is divided into two, to the left of the entrance is the Adult Only area (visitors with children will not be allowed in this area) and to the right, is the family area.
Overlooking Rutland water this family-friendly caravan & camping park has grounds which run down to the shores of Rutland Water. They welcome bookings from families and couples looking to enjoy the wonders of the area. The park is large enough to remain peaceful for those looking for a more tranquil, relaxing camping break.
This campsite at Corfe Castle lies at the foot of the Purbeck Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and has close proximity to the Blue Flag award-winning Studland Beach with four miles of glorious sand and bustling Swanage with its pretty beach huts. Lulworth Cove and the iconic Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coastline are a must!
Book online through the camping and caravanning club site, link above.
This award winning, quiet, family orientated campsite catering for tents, caravans and motorhomes. Generous pitches on our level field offer views over beautiful rolling Dorset countryside.
Located in the village of Nottington, only a short drive from the famous golden sands of Weymouth bay, the Isle of Portland, home of the 2012 Olympic Sailing Events, the famous Jurassic Coast and the historic county town of Dorchester, you will always have something to discover and do.
Like Shakespeare, Dickens, Eliot and many more writers, find your creative inspiration in this heartland county of England. The beautiful countryside, quaint villages and historical landmarks will soon transport you back to a world-gone-by where you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern day living.
Mousley House Farm Campsite is a quiet, family friendly dog friendly campsite set in stunning rural Warwickshire, with the historic market town of Warwick just a few miles away.
The four-acre site has 48 pitches, a mixture of hardstanding and grass with or without Electric Hook Up points suitable for caravans, motorhomes, and tents. With bountiful wildlife and beautiful countryside walks this is the perfect campsite for those wanting to explore everything Warwickshire
Dodwell Park is a small family-run campsite, very clean and quiet, and set in lovely Shakespeare countryside just two miles south-west of Stratford-upon-Avon. From here you can visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s cottage and Warwick Castle.
Charming Cotswold villages with their thatched Inns are within a short distance, as well as the beautiful town of Stratford-upon-Avon with its many attractions and excellent shopping. There are country walks to the River Avon and the village of Luddington.
Best known for its national park, this is a great place for exploring the great outdoors. With many walking, cycling and horse-riding routes to choose from you can discover the wildlife rich landscape at your own leisure.
This camping site is set within 11 acres acres of beautiful Hampsire countryside. A relatively quiet family run dog friendly caravan and camping park located four miles from Romsey and only seven miles from Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World. An ideal base for touring the Test Valley, Southampton, Salisbury, Winchester, Portsmouth and the South Coast’s sandy beaches.
A selection of pitch choices are available, ranging from standard, to our fully serviced pitches, which include grey waste drainage, mains water and electrical hook up.
Situated on the southernmost tip of the New Forest, this picturesque site has the best of both worlds. There are acres of woodlands and grassland for the kids to explore and the unspoilt beach at Barton on Sea is just a ten minute drive away (or a 30 minute drive will take you right into Bournemouth). If you want to stay here in April please note pitches are going fast. At our time of research only non-electric pitches were available.
Long Meadow Campsite
For a campsite in the heart of the New Forest we found this delightful site, Long Meadow Campsite
With immediate access to safe off-road walking and cycling paths. Brockenhurst, a lovely forest village is located only a 5 minute drive or 20 minute stroll through the forest. Brockenhurst has many shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes as well as a butchers, bakery, greengrocer and ironmongers.