Camping Guide: Interesting Campsites in the UK

Posted by on September 9, 2016

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For some, a holiday in the UK includes a city tour of London, trips to museums and castles. But there is another interesting way to experience this popular tourist destination – getting on a camper van on a road trip. If you fancy being on the road for a week or two, there are a couple of things to think of. First is booking a camper van for your upcoming outdoor adventure. Second is choosing what exciting places to explore. To give you an idea, here are two driving destinations you might want to try:

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Devon Yurt Glampsite

If you have Devon in mind, you can drive to Devon Yurt Glampsite is not only strategically situated but also boasts of magical places nearby. You and your family can enjoy canoeing, cycling and even tree surfing in the quiet and peaceful Tamar Valley. It is also near Dartmoor where you can wake up to the sounds of foxes, hedgehogs and bird songs.

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Burnbake Campsite, Dorset

Does a coastal campsite sound interesting to you? If yes, then this is where you should head to. With many repeat visitors camping out in this part of Dorset, Burnbake Campsite boasts of 130 pitches and is proximal to the beautiful, sandy beaches located at Studland Bay. Moreover, it is near a cycling path so you might as well bring your bicycle for afternoon rides.

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Mayrose Farm Glampod and Camping

This is where you want to go if you want a taste of the countryside. This is a place for the whole family where cold nights can be kept warm with heat coming from firewood while kids enjoy their marshmallows on sticks, not to forget the fluffy pillows for a comfortable sleep.

Now that you have an idea on what campsites to explore why not start saving up for your road trip? Whether this is your first or your fifth, every adventure is different.

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Photos by: Eustaquio Santimano, and Ross Burton

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