With London on the doorstep, Surrey has plenty to offer. From fun family activities, to mouth-watering restaurants, cafes and pubs there is something for everyone.
A beautifully situated campsite on the banks of the River Thames, London is just a short train ride away. With a plethora of wildlife from foxes, squirrels, river birds and a resident flock of parakeets, there is a genuine rural feel to this campsite; perfect after a busy day in the nation’s capital. Chertsey is situated midway between Egham and Weybridge with a long and distinguished history, once the site of a Benedictine Abbey first established in 666 AD. Rich in open spaces, this area is perfect for spotting local wildlife.
A very peaceful campsite with its own lake, this site is perfect for fishing or relaxing and watching the world go by. It is a haven for wildlife with foxes, deer and ducks regular visitors. The bright lights and buzz of London are only a short train ride away. Offering great facilities, the campsite is set on the edge of the North Downs which boast a well-maintained network of footpaths for all ages and abilities. Dogs are welcome at this campsite.
Walton on Thames
This is a tranquil and peaceful campsite with an abundance of wildlife, just 15 miles from the city of London. Whilst the campsite offers limited facilities - there are no toilets or shower block - there are plenty of attractions nearby to interest the whole family. Hampton Court, Henry VIII’s majestic palace on the Thames, is close by and offers plenty for the family to explore including the world-famous maze. Close to the campsite there are three theme parks – Thorpe, Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland. There is also a lovely riverside walk available into Hersham.
More about Surrey
Steeped in history, the region’s picturesque villages and vibrant market towns nestle in stunning countryside. Medieval monarchs once made their home in the county, and visitors can see the mark they left on the area in the castle keeps, abbey ruins and quaint cobbled streets that dot the region.
Surrey’s largest town is Guildford which boasts a rich history, beginning life as a Saxon village around 400 AD. The town’s impressive castle was built shortly after the Norman conquest of 1066, and one of the finest examples of a medieval Undercroft anywhere in the country was built there sometime at the end of the 13th century. It is thought that this stone vaulted semi-basement was a merchant’s shop selling wine or expensive silk.
There is so much to see and do when camping in Surrey it can be hard to know where to start! All campsites in Surrey offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach, from museums, historic houses and gardens, to award-winning vineyards set in glorious countryside, restaurants, theatres, live music and festivals. There really is something for everyone.
Camping in Surrey is the perfect holiday for all the family!
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