Campsites in Warwickshire
Throughout every season, Warwickshire is the perfect destination. A stunning county located in the heart of England, Warwick is the county town, although the largest town is Nuneaton. Warwickshire is home to William Shakespeare who was born in the picturesque town of Stratford-upon-Avon. With so much history, and things to see and do, camping in Warwickshire is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
During the summer and peak seasons, Warwickshire’s numbers swell, drawing visitors from all over the globe to major attractions including Warwick Castle, the Warwick Folk Festival and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford. Visit the birth place of the Bard himself and gain a fascinating insight into his life. Shakespeare’s great works are performed throughout the year by the world’s largest classical theatre company, the Royal Shakespeare Company. Why not add to the authentic experience by seeing one of Shakespeare’s plays performed in his hometown!
The Warwickshire countryside is lush and green, criss-crossed by rivers and canals. The market towns and villages entice visitors with contemporary shops, farmers’ markets and mouth-watering restaurants.
All campsites in Warwickshire offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach, and no visit would be complete without visiting Coughton Court, Ragley Hall and Kingsbury Water Park. Whatever the season, camping in Warwickshire is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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Kingsbury Water Park
Set in a very quiet and peaceful location in the heart of the Midlands, there are over 30 lakes and pools in the surrounding area making it a haven for watersport enthusiasts. Walkers can enjoy a good network of paths, and with plenty of open space and a children’s farm, it’s a fantastic place to bring all the family. Kingsbury offers fantastic facilities, a beautiful location, lovely walks, fishing lakes and a great local inn (Dog & Doublet) that serves delicious food and offers picturesque views of the local canal and surrounding countryside.