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Cotswold Farm Park

Gloucestershire, England Show on map

  • 40 pitches situated on a 2 acre level site
  • Freshly baked bread and local farm produce can be bought onsite
  • Glamping area with glamping tents
from £200.00 per night
from £20.00 per night
from £28.00 per night

Cornish Getaways

Cornwall, England Show on map

  • Views of the gorgeous Cornish coastline
  • Getaways to suit all budgets and interests
  • Top service and great facilities
from £81.00 per night
from £85.00 per night
from £71.00 per night
from £93.00 per night
  • Located just one mile from the sandy Cornish beach of Porthtowan
  • Award AA 5* -winning family run campsite maintained to a high standard
  • Pick your own pitch for stays of over 7 nights
  • Family-run park with top facilities
  • AA 4-Pennant Gold Graded Campsite
  • Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty

Tehidy Holiday Park

Cornwall, England Show on map

  • Nestled in a beautiful wooded valley close to the north coast beaches
  • A small, friendly, family run site
  • Perfect for families or couples
from £68.00 per night

Dennis Cove Campsite

Cornwall, England Show on map

  • The closest campsite to Padstow Harbour
  • A comfortable space for families & couples
  • Excellent washing facilities

Wells Touring Park

Somerset, England Show on map

  • Family owned site in the heart of the beautiful Somerset countryside
  • Within a close walking distance of the historic city of Wells
  • Wells touring park is strictly for Adults
from £36.00 per night
from £32.00 per night
from £32.00 per night
  • Situated Between the Villages of Mortehoe, Lee & Woolacombe
  • Just 5 miles from the Historic Harbour Town of Ilfracombe
  • Beautiful, Landscaped Campsite with Panoramic Sea Views
from £24.00 per night
from £31.00 per night
from £31.00 per night
from £29.00 per night
  • Family orientated campsite just a short drive from Weymouth
  • Onsite shop featuring many local products
  • Plenty of space with beautiful views over the rolling countryside
from £74.00 per night
from £54.00 per night
from £58.00 per night
from £22.00 per night
from £19.00 per night

South West England

South West England is one of the most popular areas for camping and caravan parks, and no wonder. Clean sandy beaches, rolling surf, pretty harbours for crabbing and boat trips, cosy pubs serving tasty meals, and plenty of stunning countryside for pitching your tent and enjoying coastal walks and wildlife.

Whether you’re looking for a modern holiday park in South West England with serviced pitches and electric hook-ups, or grassy tent pitches in Cornwall just steps from a sandy cove, the Westcountry has hundreds of camping and glamping sites to choose from. So which area should you choose for your South West England staycation?

Which is the best camping area in South West England?

Family staycations

For family camping holidays in South West England, head for the coast. South Cornwall has sandy coves with safe calm waters while Devon farm campsites have the added attraction of animals to pet and feed. Some campsites in South West England even have their own onsite swimming pool, adventure playground and splash park so the holiday fun starts right outside your lodge door!

Cultural breaks in SW England

For a cultural break in South West England, Bristol, Bideford, Falmouth and Plymouth have plenty of maritime history, architecture, museums, shops, restaurants and attractions. They also offer a full range of glamping accommodation, from lodges and shepherd’s huts with hot tubs to quirky caravans and spacious yurts in glorious South West England countryside.

As well as renowned theatres in the cities of Truro, Plymouth, Bristol and Exeter you’ll find a host of museum attractions to visit while enjoying a cultural staycation in South West England. The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Tate St Ives and the RAMM Exeter are among the best museums in the UK. You can stay within easy reach of them all.

Outdoor adventures in the Westcountry

North coast beaches in South West England are lined with caravan parks and glamping sites. They are always popular with outdoor adventurers and families with older children. It’s a mecca for surfing, kite-surfing, body-boarding, water skiing, snorkelling, diving and other watersports. Sign up at a local surf school near your holiday campsite in South West England and enjoy all manner of watersports every single day. You can rent everything, from wetsuits and surfboards to beach chairs and boats.

Devon campsites are also close to Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks for horse-riding, hiking and enjoying the best areas of unspoilt natural beauty in England’s South West area.

Dorset beaches and New Forest glampsites

Further east, Dorset staycations are close to the New Forest and miles of sandy beaches at Bournemouth and Boscombe. Take the ferry to the Isle of Wight for a day trip as part of your South West England staycation. It’s idyllic!

Walkers, cyclists and campervans should head for the Cotswolds AONB. The charming cottages, pretty gardens, historic castles and fun attractions make weekend breaks in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire a top choice for campers exploring South West England.

Campsites in Somerset

History lovers and outdoor enthusiasts should choose camping and caravan parks in Somerset. From your cosy yurt, glamping hut or comfy caravan you can appreciate the beauty of South West England in the Mendips, Quantock Hills AONB and Cheddar Gorge. It’s also the home of many cider farms and vineyards making this a great staycation destination for those who appreciate wine tours and tastings.

Places to Visit near South West England Campsites

Once you’ve booked your South West England campsite or holiday park, you can plan some fun days out. Visit the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall and ride the UK’s longest zip-line nearby. Book tickets to the Minack Theatre, a clifftop open-air theatre with dramatic views of the cliffs and sea. Imagine camping in Cornwall with views like that!

Diverse Cornwall attractions such as Land’s End, Tintagel Castle, Trebah Garden and St Michael’s Mount are complemented by thrilling rides at Flambards Theme Park. Glamping accommodation near these top destinations in South West England is always hard to beat.

Youngsters enjoying a family staycation in Devon will love the Big Sheep farm attraction near Bideford, Pennywell Farm and the Milky Way Adventure Park. Caravan and camping parks near Torquay are close to Paignton Zoo and Babbacombe Model Village.

A staycation near Bath, Somerset puts you close to the Roman Baths and historic Wells Cathedral. Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves are just some of the exciting places to visit when camping in this scenic South West area

Whatever you’re looking for on your camping staycation or glamping retreat in the Westcountry, you’re never far from cultural entertainment, great pub food and beautiful beaches.

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