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Longnor Wood Holiday Park

Staffordshire, England Show on map

  • Last booked 4 hours ago
  • Adult only park in the Derbyshire Peaks National Park
  • Surrounded by wildflower meadows heather moors and rolling green hills
  • Adjoining meadow for dogs to run free

Hopleys Family Camping

Worcestershire, England Show on map

  • Last booked 14 hours ago
  • On the outskirts of the Georgian riverside town of Bewdley
  • With fantastic views across open countryside
  • Rustic Pizza Shack, with a fully licensed bar, is now open
from £10.00 per night
from £10.00 per night
from £10.00 per night
from £10.00 per night

Lower Lacon Caravan Park

Shropshire, England Show on map

  • Last booked 58 minutes ago
  • Family Holidays Since 1974
  • Spacious 57 Acre Site
  • Open All Year Round

Bosworth Lakeside Lodges

Warwickshire, England Show on map

  • Last booked 13 hours ago
  • A range of family fun activities, including kayaking, sailing and more
  • Hard-standing pitches for caravans overlooking the beach
  • A Bar and Café onsite offering a variety of menus

West Midlands England

West Midlands campsites and caravan parks are easy to reach from most parts of the UK, being served by several motorways including the M6, M5 and M54. It’s a fantastic area for touring and exploring in campervans, tents and caravans with many hidden surprises. From Birmingham city centre attractions and Cadbury World to the rolling Malvern Hills and landmark Wrekin, it’s packed with outdoor adventures.

Where to stay on a West Midlands staycation

It’s well worth considering a glamping staycation or weekend break in the West Midlands area, especially if you want to attend a concert or event at the NEC Birmingham. Spend a few days exploring the area, mixing city sights with hikes or boat trips along the miles of scenic canals and waterways.

For cultural breaks in the West Midlands, attend the theatre or concert at Symphony Hall, visit the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery or spend the day with penguins and sharks at the National SeaLife Centre.

After a busy day, return to your cosy yurt or glamping hut and jump in the hot tub to restore tired feet. Our campsites and caravan parks around Birmingham have modern, clean amenities and are surprisingly budget-friendly for families.

Glamping is a good choice for larger groups, perhaps meeting up for a reunion, wedding or family celebration. Lodges, yurts and bell tents can easily sleep six in comfy beds with mattresses.

Farm campsites in the West Midlands

Camping in the West Midlands can be surprisingly rural with plenty of farm sites for tents or serviced pitches for caravans. Glamping pods add an extra touch of luxury with kitchenettes, electric lights, stoves and your own private deck for alfresco dining with the best countryside views.

Central England also has a plethora of pretty towns and historic villages to visit as part of your weekend break or summer staycation. Stratford-upon-Avon, Ludlow and Shrewsbury are chocolate-box-pretty with their Tudor architecture, shops, markets, churches and local attractions. Visit Ludlow Castle, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage or Attingham Park near Shrewsbury. You can easy fill a full day from your West Midlands campsite, whatever the season.

Things to do near West Midlands campsites

Further afield, campsites and serviced pitches make the perfect base for exploring the delights of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. You might even want to treat yourself to tickets to the Birmingham Royal Ballet or Royal Shakespeare Theatre when staying near pretty Stratford-upon-Avon. When you go camping or caravanning it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to enjoy some cultural treats!

History lovers will find plenty to attract them to West Midlands lodges and cabins for a weekend break. Visit Coventry Music Museum and Transport Museum, immerse yourself in the Black Country Living Museum, or experience life during the Industrial Revolution at the Ironbridge Valley of Invention in Shropshire.

Family-friendly activities

If you want a weekend break with the family, Staffordshire campsites in the West Midlands area are within easy reach of Alton Towers for some thrilling roller-coaster rides. See how chocolate is made from pod to bar at Cadbury World. It’s educational and fun. There’s even a 4D roller coaster and a very tasty gift shop.

Football fans can take a behind-the-scenes tour of Villa Park Stadium or book tickets to see a premier league football match live from the stands. Dudley Zoo and Castle has over 1300 animals and reptiles to identify as well as a farmyard and child-friendly activities. It all adds to the memory-making of a camping holiday or glamping staycation in the West Midlands.

Whether you choose a farm campsite, lakeside retreat or quirky glamping wagon, the West Midlands has some of the best attractions in the UK. Enjoy the freedom to relax and do as you please when you stay at one of these top-rated campsites in the West Midlands.

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