The best adults only motorhome sites offer excellent facilities and give you a great opportunity to enjoy a relaxing tour in picturesque surroundings.

There are a wide array of destinations to choose from, with some being solely adults only, while others have dedicated adults-only sections. To help you find the right one for you, we’re sharing our top picks, including campsites in Cornwall, Scotland, Wales, Dorset and more.

Whether you want an adults only motorhome site with fishing, are looking for somewhere to stay which is near the coast, or want to be well-placed for some countryside walks, there is bound to be somewhere for you.

Adults only motorhome sites: our top picks

Flodabay Farm
Ludlow Touring Park
Tyddyn Du Touring Park
Trethem Mill Touring Park
Green Acres Caravan Park
Waterrow Touring Park
Fields End Water Caravan Park
Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park
Shrubbery Touring Park
Somers Wood Caravan Park

Adults only motorhome sites:

Flodabay Farm, Isle of Harris, Scotland

Address: Isle of Harris, Scotland. HS3 3HA,

Motorhome parked by sea

The west coast of Scotland is known for its excellent views, and that’s certainly something this campsite on the Isle of Harris provides. Flodabay Farm is a working croft with an onsite B&B – it actually sits in 50 acres of croft land. However, for those who want to get away in their motorhomes, there are three hardstanding pitches with electric hookup and water connections.

The adults only motorhome site provides a peaceful setting and breathtaking views over the Bays of Harris and towards mainland Scotland, as well as the Isle of Skye.

It’s a great location to consider if you’re a keen wildlife spotter, with a wide variety drawn to the area, ranging from whales and dolphins to eagles and buzzards. You’ll find yourself not too far away from a secluded jetty, where you may spot otters and seals as well.

History fans who stay there are sure to love taking in the ancient stone circle of Calanais (Callanish) and the 16th century church of St Clements in Rodel.

Check out our best motorhome sites in Scotland guide for more touring ideas too.

Tyddyn Du Touring Park, Conwy, Wales

Address: Conwy Old Road, Penmaenmawr, Conwy, North Wales, LL34 6RE,

View out to sea

Readers of our Top 100 Sites guide will most likely recognise this peaceful adults only motorhome site, as it regularly features in our round up of the best motorhome sites in Wales. Boasting a breathtaking view towards Anglesey and the Great Orme at Llandudno, the campsite provides an excellent base for taking in the beauty of the North Wales coast.

Facilities are good too, including a luxury toilet and shower block, while every pitch comes with 16 amp electric hook-up and easy access to water.

As well as providing stunning coastal views, it’s a site that offers good access to the A55, making it ideally situated for exploring Snowdonia National Park. Here, there will be a wide range of activities to try your hand at, including walking, climbing and zip-lining.

Ludlow Touring Park, Shropshire

Address: Overton Road, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 4AD,

Ludlow Touring Park

Ludlow Touring Park was picked out as the best motorhome site in the UK in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2023 and offers an adults-only section for motorhomers who want a more peaceful stay.

Its Shropshire location and proximity to Wales and Herefordshire make it the ideal base for a variety of destinations, including the Severn Valley Railway, Ironbridge Gorge Museums and Caer Caradoc. Ludlow is also nearby, with a bus stopping at the park’s gates if you fancy a break from driving.

The campsite provides good facilities too, including a shop, luxury toilets and showers, and a laundry. Plus, the motorhome site is open all year, allowing you to tour whenever you want.

Trethem Mill Touring Park, Cornwall

Address: St Just in Roseland, Nr St Mawes, Cornwall, TR2 5JF,

Pitched up caravan with awning

Trethem Mill is a bit different to the vast majority of the campsites you’ll find in the south west – many of the coastal sites in this part of the world have a family focus, but this adults only motorhome site offers that extra bit of peace and quiet.

Situated on the Roseland Peninsula, it’s a five star park that features in our best motorhome sites in Cornwall guide and makes an ideal base for exploring this part of the South West Coastal Path (this runs around the peninsula).

Every pitch at the 12-acre site comes with a 16 amp electric hook-up and TV point, and there’s an onsite nature meadow to explore as well. That’s not all – there are also landscaped gardens that provide picturesque escapism, while both St Mawes and Portscatho are worth exploring. You can also embark on walks to St Just in Roseland and Messack Point.

Green Acres Caravan Park, Cumbria

Address: Houghton, Carlisle CA6 4JW,

Vans pitched up at Green Acres

If you want an adults only motorhome site that is well situated for exploring the Scottish border and the beauty of Lake District, as well as historical attractions such as Birdoswald Roman Fort and Hadrian’s Wall, this could be the campsite for you.

The park itself provides an award-winning facilities block, where you can find six luxurious wet rooms which all provide underfloor heating.

Canine companions are bound to love the dog walk, while a sports hall comes with a badminton court, table tennis, a pool table, a darts board and board games.

A range of pubs, restaurants and takeaways are in the vicinity, while you can also take a day trip to Carlisle and see its cathedral.

Waterrow Touring Park, Somerset

Address: Waterrow, Wiveliscombe, Taunton, Somerset TA4 2AZ,

Aerial view of vans at Waterrow

This adults only motorhome park sits on the Somerset/Devon border and is an ideal getaway when you find yourself needing to indulge in some rest and relaxation.

Privacy is provided when you’re pitched up, thanks to plant and shrub screening, while each of the 42 all-weather pitches comes with 16-amp hook-up. Other amenities include heated toilet and shower blocks, dog-friendly walking areas and laundry facilities.

Open all year long, it’s set in a wooded valley and offers plenty to do in the surrounding area. For instance, there are riverside walks to enjoy, while if you feel like venturing further afield and connecting with nature, make the most of the park’s proximity to Exmoor National Park and explore some of the 265 square miles of woodland. Alternatively, Wiveliscombe is within three miles, while Bampton is seven miles away.

There are a selection of pubs in the vicinity too, including the Rock Inn, a 450 year old gastro pub that is a great spot for food.

Fields End Water Caravan Park, Cambridgeshire

Address: Benwick Road, Doddington, Cambridgeshire PE15 0TY,

Fishing lakes at Fields End

Anglers are spoilt for choice when they’re touring in this part of the country, but if you’re looking for an adults-only motorhome site with fishing that also provides excellent facilities, Fields End Water Caravan Park could be the campsite to stay at.

There are several lakes, with a variety of species on offer, including carp, chubb, barbel, perch and crucian.

Anglers will be able to enjoy a fully serviced hardstanding pitch right on the waterside, while there is also the option of hiring glamping pods and lodges. As well as this, the campsite boasts a cafe and a long-term storage unit.

Fields End Water is ideally situated for exploring the Norfolk coast and its excellent beaches. Other attractions to visit include Ely, Peterborough and Duxford Imperial War Museum, while nature lovers will get the opportunity to explore RSPB Ouse Washes.

Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park, Leicestershire

Address: Eye Kettleby Lakes Melton Mowbray Leicestershire LE14 2TN,

Vans pitched up at Eye Kettleby

This site manages to combine great fishing with excellent facilities, as you would expect from the campsite which was the overall winner in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2023. While families are allowed to stay in the log cabins, the touring park is adults-only.

Set in 150 acres, it’s a dog-friendly site, with canines welcome in The Lakes Tearoom & Bar, while there are two secure walking areas, along with warm dog showers. That’s not all, with a number of canine-friendly pubs and restaurants in the vicinity, as well as destinations to visit, such as Rutland Water and Melton Country Park.

There are a total of nine fishing lakes, where a mix of coarse and specimen fishing can be enjoyed. You can then head to the Clubhouse to enjoy some entertainment, while the tearoom offers a good selection of food.

Shrubbery Touring Park, Dorset

Address: Rousdon, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3XW,

Vans at Shrubbery Touring Park

Dorset’s Lyme Regis is a place that has long captivated writers, including Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy and John Fowles. If you feel like embracing your inner muse by exploring this area, look no further than Shrubbery Touring Park. The 10-acre campsite is found in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides a dedicated adults only area.

From there, you can explore the Cobb, a historic stone pier which curves out to the sea and is a feature in The French Lieutenant Woman by Fowles and Austen’s Persuasion.

The campsite is ideally placed for anyone who wants to enjoy the Jurassic Coast, and it’s only a short drive to Seaton. For ease, Shrubbery Touring Park is also situated on a main bus route.

Our round up of the best motorhome sites in Dorset is worth a look if you want more ideas for where to stay in this beautiful county.

Somers Wood Caravan Park, Coventry

Address: Somers Rd, Meriden, Coventry CV7 7PL,

Vans at Somers Wood

If you want to explore the delights of the West Midlands or visit the NEC, this adults only motorhome site is worth considering.

Boasting superb transport links, the campsite is also only 20 miles away from Stratford-upon-Avon. Now around 800 years old, this market town combines picturesque streets with a stunning riverside location – and that’s before factoring in those stunning historic houses.

At the site itself, the excellent facilities include 48 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup, a heated shower block and a laundry.

  • You can also take a look at our campervan campsites guide, if you’re looking for somewhere to head to for your next tour in your ‘van.

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