The best campervan sites in the UK will give you a picturesque setting for enjoying a brilliant tour. However, there is a wide selection of campsites to choose from out there; how do you start to identify the one that you want to stay at? We’re here to help.

Even if you have one of the best campervans, picking the right destination will still play a crucial part in ensuring you have an amazing break. In this guide, we’ll round up our pick of the campervan campsites to head to from across the UK, to make sure you have as enjoyable an experience out on the road as possible.

All of the campsites in this guide are ideally situated, with plenty to do in the surrounding area, and have the added benefit of providing excellent facilities on-site, always an important consideration for campervan owners.

From Cornwall and Dorset to Northern Ireland and Scotland, you’ll find a campervan site in here for you.

Whether you want to fish or explore, sit back and relax onsite in the best camping chair or enjoy a wander, we’re confident there will be a site on here for you…

The best campervan site in the UK:

1. Ballyness Caravan Park
2. Findhorn Bay
3. Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park
4. Killerby Old Hall
5. Green Acres Caravan Park
6. Fields End Water Caravan Park
7. Eye Kettleby Lakes
8. Whitefield Forest Touring Park
9. Back of Beyond Touring Park
10. Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
11. Newberry Valley Park
12. Silver Sands Holiday Park

The best campervan sites in the UK are:

Ballyness Caravan Park

40 Castlecat Road, Bushmills BT57 8TN,

Ballyness Caravan Park
  • Tel: 028 2073 2393
  • Open: 15 March – 3 November
  • Touring pitches: 50

Ballyness Caravan Park provides campervan owners with excellent facilities and customer service from a beautiful North Antrim countryside setting.

The site’s hardstanding pitches are spread across three areas, with electric, water and drainage hook-ups provided, while amenities can be found in cottage-style buildings. For families touring together, children will be able to make the most of the play park and football field, while a dog-walk will ensure any four-legged touring companions get their exercise.

For those who want to explore, there will be plenty to see at a destination that was named the best motorhome site in the UK in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2024. This includes Bushmills – a mere 15-minute walk away, this historic village can be voyaged to for pubs, shops and cafés. The stunning beauty of the Causeway Coast is only a 10-minute drive, while further afield, Belfast awaits.

Findhorn Bay

The Park, Findhorn, Forres IV36 3TY,

Findhorn Bay
  • Tel: 01309 690 203
  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 34

‘Van owners looking to explore the delights of Scotland could find Findhorn Bay the best UK campervan site for the job. The site is a 20-minute walk from the seaside village of Findhorn, home to pubs, restaurants and shops, as well as the sandy shores of Findhorn Beach. The site itself overlooks picturesque Findhorn Bay, with the Moray Firth inlet within walking distance.

Visitors can choose between hardstanding and grass pitches, all of which are equipped with electric hook-up. The pitches are serviced by a centrally located amenities block, which has recently been refurbished. Also located in the centre of the park is a children’s play area, dishwashing area, water point and chemical-toilet disposal point.

Your furry friends are welcome at Findhorn Bay, which provides a doggy shower, water bowls around the park and a guide to dog-friendly local attractions and walks. Next door to the park is the Findhorn Foundation, an eco-village which runs workshops and events in pretty, sustainable grounds.

It’s also home to a health food shop and a cosy café. Beyond the local area, the Moray Speyside region of Scotland is characterised by its rugged coastline and mountainous countryside. With relatively low rainfall and mild weather, the area is perfect for walkers and cyclists, while towns like Elgin make great day-trip destinations.

Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park

Lligwy Bay, Dulas, Anglesey LL70 9PQ,

Tyddyn Isaf
  • Tel: 01248 410 203
  • Open: 1 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 50

Set on the Anglesey coast, Tyddyn Isaf is a campervan site that offers owners gorgeous views and excellent facilities.

The standard and premium fully serviced pitches are spread over five well-maintained fields, with woodland and hedging surrounding them. For added convenience, the modern washroom facilities are within 200m of each pitch, ideal if your campervan doesn’t have a toilet or only has a cold shower attachment.

If you’re in need of any touring essentials, head to The Market Place. Alternatively, takeaway meals can be ordered from Hen Ysgubor, and guests can visit The Grazing Ground for coffee, alcohol and treats.

When it comes to exploring, there will be plenty to see and do along the east coast of Anglesey. Alternatively, get a spot of history by visiting Mynydd Parys and the Copper Kingdom Centre.

Killerby Old Hall

Killerby Lane, Killerby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 3TW,

Killerby Old Hall
  • Tel: 01723 583 799
  • Open: 1 March – 2 January
  • Touring pitches: 31

Found in a picturesque setting of woodland and fields, Killerby Old Hall is ideally placed for those after an escape to the country with the option of day trips to the coast.

From the campervan site, visitors will find themselves ideally situated for visits to Scarborough, North York Moors National Park and Cayton Bay Beach. Alternatively, set off on the short walk to the village of Cayton, where a pub and shops can be found.

The site is beautifully maintained, and offers immaculate toilets and showers in its modern washrooms. Guests can make use of free WiFi, while an indoor swimming pool is also available for an additional supplementary charge. Other facilities include a children’s play area and an onsite bar and bistro.

Green Acres Caravan Park

High Knells, Houghton, Carlisle CA6 4JW,

Green Acres Caravan Park
  • Tel: 01228 675 418
  • Open: 16 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 52

Providing campervanners with a peaceful adults-only base and excellent facilities, this North-West campervan site is in a picturesque woodland and countryside setting.

The hardstanding pitches offer stunning views, with a choice of either standard or fully serviced pitches – electric hook-up is provided with each pitch too. The luxurious toilets have been awarded Platinum by the Loo of the Year Awards, with the spa-like facilities including wet rooms with underfloor heating, modern toilet facilities and accessible options.

Green Acres Caravan Park also has a games room and a sports hall, which includes badminton courts. For those touring with pets, a dog-walk and exercise area are provided too.

The best UK campervan sites are always ideally situated with plenty to do in the area. That’s certainly the case here, with nearby attractions including Carlisle, which is only 4.5 miles away, while the Lake District and the North Pennines are easy to reach.

Fields End Water Caravan Park

Benwick Road, Doddington, Cambridgeshire PE15 0TY,

Fields End Water
  • Tel: 01354 740 199
  • Open: 1 March – 30 November
  • Touring pitches: 80

An adults-only campervan site found in Eastern England, Fields End Water is an ideal destination for those who enjoy a spot of fishing. The site has three well-stocked fishing lakes, providing a total of 70 swims.

Those keen on exploring the delights of Cambridgeshire will find themselves spoilt for choice too. Nearby attractions include Ely, Duxford Imperial War Museum, RSPB Nene Washes and Peterborough. Alternatively, head to Doddington, only 1.5 miles away, where a couple of pubs and a fish and chip shop can be found.

The site’s amenities include shower and toilet blocks, a laundrette and a café, as well as a shop and dog-walks.

Eye Kettleby Lakes

Eye Kettleby, Melton Mowbray LE14 2TN,

Eye Kettleby Lakes
  • Tel: 01664 565 900
  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 130

Found in a 150-acre countryside setting in Melton Mowbray, Eye Kettleby Lakes is another site that is ideal for anglers. There are a total of nine lakes, one of which is private and solely for lodge residents, two of which are specimen carp lakes and six which are mixed coarse-fishing lakes.

The touring park is adults-only, although families can stay in the log cabins. The site spreads its pitches across two sections, with facilities housed in stone buildings on the southern site, and log cabin-style buildings on the northern site.

Enjoy exploring the 137 acres of Melton Country Park, or alternatively, set off to Leicester or Nottingham. There are also a variety of market towns in the vicinity, including Market Harborough and Loughborough.

The site ensures dogs are made to feel welcome, with warm dog-washes, two dog-walks, and a pet-friendly lounge in the clubhouse, where guests can indulge in a local ale or gin.

Whitefield Forest Touring Park

Brading Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 1QJ,

Whitefield Forest
  • Tel: 01983 617 069
  • Open: 22 March – 7 October
  • Touring pitches: 90

Tucked between the Isle of Wight’s eastern coast and lush country, this family-run campsite captivates with its woodland charm. Whitefield Forest offers both grass and hardstanding pitches, standard or fully serviced, and caters for caravans, motorhomes and tents. Each pitch offers hook-up and views of the scenic woodlands.

Ideal for couples or families, the park boasts a modern, heated facilities block with private cubicles, hairdryers and accessible amenities. Visitors can also make use of laundry facilities. Dogs are welcome on the site, and younger guests can explore the forest playground and bushcraft area. Beyond the site, a supermarket is just a short drive, and the welcoming pubs and restaurants of Brading are less than three miles away.

Explore woodland walks, visit the site’s Squirrel Hide for wildlife sightings, or venture to Ryde and Sandown beaches. With bus stops nearby and island-wide walking and cycling routes, it’s an ideal base for exploration. History enthusiasts can delve into attractions like the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Osborne House and Gardens, and the striking Carisbrooke Castle.

Back of Beyond Touring Park

234a Ringwood Road, East Moors Lane, St Leonards BH24 2SB,

Back of Beyond
  • Tel: 01202 876 968
  • Open: 1 March – 1 January
  • Touring pitches: 100

Another adults-only site, Back of Beyond sits in a peaceful setting where visitors can listen to the sound of birdsong.

Anglers can fish along the bank of the Moors River (so long as they have a rod licence), while the site’s 18 acres of woodland provide a wonderful environment to explore and include a Site of Special Scientific Interest, which can be found around the wildlife lakes.

Monty’s Bar is open throughout the season and is dog-friendly. The site also offers a well-stocked shop, four heated facility blocks and a pitch and putt course. Head to the New Forest National Park and explore the wonders of the natural world, be it on foot or two wheels – other destinations to visit include Bournemouth, Christchurch and Dorchester.

If you fancy a break from cooking, order from one of the food vendors who stop by – alternatively, set off to Ringwood, a 10-minute drive away, where pubs and eateries can be found.

Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

Ham Lane, Bishop Sutton, Nr Bath BS39 5TY,

Bath Chew Valley
  • Tel: 01275 332 127
  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 35

Found in a beautiful setting near the banks of Chew Valley Lake, Bath Chew Valley is an adults-only campsite which is open throughout the year, ideal for those who like touring in the winter months. From the site, visitors can walk into the village of Bishop Sutton, where shops and a pub can be found.

The campsite’s pitches have hook-up and are bordered by shrubbery. Facilities will always be important for campervan owners, and here, a motorhome service point, luxurious heated washrooms, a dog-walk and laundry facilities are among the amenities on offer. Fishing can be enjoyed at Chew Valley Lake too, only 800 yards from the park.

Lovers of the natural world will be spoilt for choice, with the Chew Valley Trail, the Mendip Hills and the walking trails of Somerset all waiting to be explored.

Newberry Valley Park

Woodlands, Combe Martin EX34 0AT,

Newberry Valley Farm
  • Tel: 01271 882 334
  • Open: 15 March – 27 October
  • Touring pitches: 105

A 60-acre campsite that can be found by Combe Martin, Newberry Valley Park provides spacious pitches for ‘van owners. Site facilities include a play park, a dog field, a laundrette, a shop and 11 heated shower rooms, while there is the option of fishing in the two-acre lake, so long as you have a rod licence.

While pitched up, take the chance to see what wildlife you can spot, ranging from owls and deer to pheasants and badgers. The site also counts four alpacas among its residents.

The site is well-placed for exploring some of the delights of Devon, including the South West Coast Path, a dream for walkers. Exmoor has an array of stunning views to take in, while guests who want to take to the water can head to Combe Martin to enjoy kayaking and paddleboarding.

Silver Sands Holiday Park

Gwendreath, Lizard, Helston TR12 7LZ,

Silver Sands
  • Tel: 01326 290 631
  • Open: Mid March – early November
  • Pitches: 17

For those who want to head to Cornwall in their ‘vans, Silver Sands could be the best campervan site for you. It sits in a beautiful countryside setting on the Lizard Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

It’s a peaceful site, with facilities including a shower and toilet block, a one-acre dog-walk, a children’s play area, and a laundrette. Each pitch is marked out by young trees or shrubs and comes with electric hook-up and water connection. Guests are also allowed to light small campfires on their touring and camping pitches too.

The site has been recognised for its environmental efforts, not only winning a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award, but also receiving Hedge Habitat and Wildflower Habitat badges.

The picturesque Kennack Sands is only a 1km walk away, while Falmouth, Porthleven and Porthallow are among the nearby towns to explore. There is also a local bar within walking distance.

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