Different types of Certificated Site
With more than 1,500 Certificated Sites available to members, you’ll be sure to find your perfect pitch. Each site is privately owned, so accommodation and facilities can vary greatly.
We’ve grouped some of our sites together to give you more information about what to expect when you arrive.
Campsites with accommodation
Some Certificated Sites offer self catering accommodation as well as camping.
This ranges from caravan holiday homes to B&Bs, meaning that non-campers can spend time with you.
Pubs with Certificated Sites
If you’re looking for top nosh and quality ales, we have plenty of sites attached to pubs.
This gives you the opportunity to stay next to some fantastic gastro-pubs or country ale houses, enjoying good food and drink a stone’s throw from your unit.
Take a look at page 21 of Your Big Sites Book for a list of Certificated Sites attached to Pubs.
Campsites with Fishing or Leisure
Many Certificated Sites can offer fishing and other leisure activities.
We have CSs offering fishing suitable for either beginners or seasoned anglers. All offer the chance to stay on site and not miss a single opportunity to cast your net.
Many other CSs offer activities on site or nearby.
So if you want to work on your swing, take a pony trek through the woods or take a swim, then we have a site for you.
Find and book Fishing or Leisure campsites using our online booking system
Family Camping on Certificated Sites
Family Friendly sites are designed so you and your family can relax, enjoy and play in a safe environment.
Owners are experienced dealing with younger campers.
Many have on-site activities for children, such as fresh egg collection, or play areas for campers of all ages.
Look for the Family Friendly symbol in Your Big Sites Book or search for Certificated Sites in our campsite directory.
Hideaway Certificated Sites are ideal for getting away from it all.
If you’re looking for a real away-from-it-all break, these sites will be perfect for you. Peace and tranquillity are the watchwords for these hidden gems, with many sites located in secluded parts of the country.
You might have the opportunity to relax in total privacy, on a pitch not overlooked by any other campers. If you’re lucky, you might get to meet some of the local wildlife or enjoy some spectacular scenery.
Find Hideaway campsites on the website
Alternatively look for the Hideaway symbol in Your Big Sites Book.