Campsites in England
There is a huge variety of campsites in England, so whether you are looking for coastal locations, river valley sites, simple meadow camping or fully-equipped campsites you are sure to find what you are looking for. For those wanting a coastal retreat, you can enjoy cliff-top sea views of Cornwall’s Porthcurno Bay at Treen Farm Campsite where you can easily escape the hustle of everyday life and even buy organic milk and eggs produced on site. For those looking for a more secluded experience, Badgells Wood, Kent, is immersed in 30 acres of Whitehorse Wood and is the perfect location for exploring the area’s ancient castles. If it’s luxury facilities you seek then look no further than Hillside Caravan Park, North Yorkshire, from where you can easily explore the North York Moors. Every campsite offers something unique - make your choice easier by narrowing down the key features you want for your trip and which are suitable for your rental.
Things to do in England
As it is such a big and varied country, there are many things to do in England during your campervan or motorhome holiday. Why not tackle the northern country roads of the Lake District to visit Hill Top house where Beatrix Potter wrote her seminal works or navigate your way through the dramatic Peak District landscape to Bakewell and try an authentic Bakewell tart. Or in the south west make your way through the famous Cheddar Gorge, said to have inspired Tolkien’s Middle Earth and enter the caves beneath for a subterranean adventure. Looking for a more urban experience? Why not combine a visit to Oxford’s honey stoned historic centre with a drive through the beautiful surrounding countryside? You will be hard pressed to run out of interesting things to do!
Events in England
There is a world class offering of events in England and you do not have to take your campervan to a big city to find one. The diverse and vibrant festival scene offers the globally renowned Glastonbury festival with top international music artists, but there are also many other smaller and more intimate options. Elderflower Fields festival, Ashdown Forest, is designed specifically for families with children offering sports, arts, music, food and much more, all in the great outdoors. There are also many food festivals where visitors can savour delicious local produce, from the obscure Isle of Wight Garlic Festival celebrating all things garlic to the larger Feastival, founded by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and former Blur bassist Alex James, in the charming Cotswolds’ countryside. Whatever your tastes you are sure to find an interesting event during your campervan adventure!