Want to wake up to breath-taking views and stunning surroundings? Read on for great campsites in and around Britain’s National Parks...

28 December 2017

Wake up to a view of mountains, farmland, moors and lakes!

Camping is the perfect way to explore beautiful areas of mountains, meadows, moorlands, woods and wetlands. No matter what your age, fitness or interests National Park provide countless activities including local food and food festivals, farmers markets, beaches, picnic spots, walking, cycling and star-gazing. If pitching up isn't for you there are also some incredible holiday lodges and parks to choose from...

Brecon Beacons National Park

Few things can offer more pleasure than exploring the glorious hills and mountains of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Drink in the dramatic views of Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Du get active, with walking, climbing, mountain biking or caving.

Go camping at:

Brecon Beacons Caravan Club Site 

or Find a Pitch

Brecon Beacons

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Boasting some of the most spectacular scenery and wildlife in Britain, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park enjoys internationally important nature reserves, geology and archaeology. It's a remarkable landscape of history, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild hills.

Pitch up at:

Newgale Holiday Park (Matthew Bakers Caravans)  

or Find a Pitch

Camping at Pembrokeshire National Park

Yorkshire Dales National Park

If you’re looking for outstanding scenery, cultural heritage and a peaceful atmosphere, then plan a visit to Yorkshire Dales National Park. You’ll find some of the finest limestone scenery in the UK, underground caves, waterfalls and ancient broadleaved woodland...

Go camping at: Hawes Caravan Club Site

or Find a Pitch

Camping at Yorkshire Dales National Park

Lake District National Park

Home to the highest mountain in England, and 12 of the largest lakes, The Lake District is one of England’s most magnificent places. If you’re inspired by the Lake Districts cultural heritage visit the area that inspired many of our most famous writers.

Pitch up at:

Coniston Park Coppice Caravan Club Site

or White Cross Bay Leisure Park & Marina 

Camping at Lake District National Park

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park was Scotland’s first National Park and comprises 720 square miles of mountains, moorlands, iconic summits, two forest parks and lochs. Holiday in the heart of Scotland’s first National Park at Cobleland.

Pitch up at:

Cashel Caravan and Camping Site

or Rosneath Castle Park 

Camping at Loch Lomond

Peak District National Park

The Peak District was the UK’s first national park and forms the southern end of the Pennines. There are countless opportunities for pastimes such as cycling, walking and wildlife watching.

Pitch up at:

Bakewell Camping and Caravanning Club Site 

or Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park

Camping in the Peak District

Wherever you want to stay start planning your next adventure with our campsite and holiday park finder. Alternatively, find a rental or dealer.

Find more inspiration on the National Parks Week website.

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