Searching for a site to camp in the UK ? Located on the southeast of the aptly nicknamed ‘Garden Isle’, Ninham Country Holidays is a campsite with a secluded rural feel, yet one that remains a short distance from one of the nicest resorts on the coast. With its functional new town and quaint, thatched old town, Shanklin has been a popular part of the Isle of Wight since tourism began here. Campers have a choice between two fields: ‘Orchard’, the larger of the two with ultra-modern eco-facilities that do clever things with solar and rainwater-harvesting technologies (and which happen to include an extremely handy family room with specialist showers and a baby bath), and ‘Willow Brook’, with its own separate facilities that – although more basic – are functional and well kept.
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Dubbed one of ‘Britain’s top 5 coolest campsites,’ life at Catgill centres around the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park. With around 50 grass pitches, all offering views of rolling hills where you can go walking, it’s also close to Bolton Abbey where you can explore the riverside paths. Further afield, Skipton offers boat trips along the canal and there’s an award winning fish and chip shop if you’ve tired of grilling sausages on the portable BBQ.
A tranquil landscape of rolling hills, sand dunes and salt grass, the Gower Peninsula protrudes from the South Wales coastline just a short distance (though it feels like a million miles) from Swansea. Three Cliffs Bay Campsite enjoys a stunning location high above the beach, with an inspiring vista across the sands to the eponymous cliffs, looking for all the world like a set of pyramids. When you get tired of the sea view, you can get in amongst the waves: the Gower’s beaches are famous for surfing, while dry-land activities include hiking and pony-trekking.
The Fire Pit Camp, Norfolk : Who says that you can’t party while camping? Certainly not the Fire Pit crew, who hire out the whole site to groups. There are 15 tent pitches, plus the Wren’s Nest – a cool and cosy ‘hazel bender-tent’ that sleeps eight. For anyone who gets FOMO at leaving Hackney for more than a few hours, there are yoga classes, an old double decker bus where you can hang out (read: drink) and a warehouse serving coffee and cocktails. It’s basically Dalston dropped into a massive field. From May to September, weekends are whole site hire-only, but smaller groups can pitch-up during the week. And yes, there is a fire pit.