1. Surrounded by marshland

The small campsite at Reedham Ferry & The Archers Touring Park accepts ‘vans up to 7.5m long, and boasts free fishing on the River Yare. The site is right in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, surrounded by peaceful marshes.

2. Pitch up by the beach

Stay at Dunes at Whitesands Camping for easy access to Whitesands beach in Pembrokeshire. The site has enormous pitches, with a fire pit and picnic table so you can make the most of the views. Sea anglers could net, among others, bass, flounder, dog fish and whiting.

3. Lakeside fine dining

Located on the shores of spectacular Llangorse Lake, renowned for its pike fishing, in the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, Lakeside Caravan Park has plenty going for it, including an excellent on-site pub/café and boat hire.

4. Eyes peeled for Nessie!

As one of the few sites with direct access to the famous lake, Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning Club Site offers stunning surroundings. From Easter to October, you can hire a boat or kayak, complete with a fishin permit, and head out onto the tranquil waters.

5. Cornish sea fishing

Trelispen Caravan & Camping Park makes a peaceful base while you enjoy great fishing on the south Cornwall coast. The harbour at Goran Haven, a short walk from the site, is perfect for fishing, or you could book a boat trip from there or nearby Mevagissey.

6. Wiltshire’s finest

The mature, finely landscaped grounds you’ll find at Blackland Lakes Holiday Centre include two coarse fishing lakes and a third nature reserve lake, as well as a pleasant mixture of open touring areas and cosy paddocks. And as a bonus for keen anglers, it’s open all year!

7. Sussex sanctuary

The beautiful grounds of Horam Manor Country Park are perfect for a relaxing break. Facilities are top-notch and the tranquil lakes are stocked with carp, tench, perch, bream, roach and rudd. There’s also a cosy café overlooking the lakes.

8. Secret Cumbria

The small riverside campsite at Patterdale Hall Estate CL has space for five vehicles and is exclusively for members of The Caravan and Motorhome Club. This is a perfect location for anglers, with access to a private foreshore and a lake view picnic area looking out on Ullswater.

9. Eye up some great angling

Our 2019 Top 100 Sites overall winner, Eye Kettleby Lakes, is a brilliant place to pitch up and drop a line – nine coarse fishing lakes and two specimen carp lakes feature at the Leicestershire campsite. Note that the touring park is for adults only.

10. Look ahead to spring

Kielder Water offers endless fishing opportunities, whether you want to head out in a boat to deeper waters, or are happier fihing from the shore. You can stay at Kielder Campsite, which opens for the season on 27th March 2020.

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