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Christmas camping tips | Christmas campsites

Wake up during the Christmas and New Year period to frost-bitten countryside surroundings on one of our UK Club Sites. Our campsites in winter provide a relaxing escape from the norm and make the ideal UK getaway.

With 25 of our campsites open over the festive season there are plenty of locations to pick from. You can see the campsites open over Christmas down below.

Our top Christmas camping tips

Snowy motorhomes

1. Book your Christmas camping trip in advance

Campsites get booked up quickly over Christmas and the New Year, so don’t leave it till the last minute to nab your pitch. View our campsites open over Christmas.

2. Plan what you’re going to do

Our campsites always have brilliant attractions nearby, and there’s often local Christmas events on during the festive period. From Christmas light trails to Christmas markets, you won’t find yourself short of things to do.

Couple planning camping trip

3. Pack for the cold weather

Read our winter camping tips to ensure you’re prepared for the weather. Pack plenty of warm layers, and make sure you fuel your body to stay warm.

4. Stay warm

Ensure your existing camping heaters fully functional before you set off to avoid any nasty surprises. If you’re tent camping, view our recommendations on how to safely heat your tent and the best camping heaters.

Camping stove

5. Cook up a storm

Whether you like to cook on-site or batch cook before you leave home, here are some tasty winter recipes. Here are some of our favourite winter Eat Local recipes.

If you’re staying with us on Christmas Day and don’t want to cook your own dinner, check out nearby pubs and restaurants and book early.

6. Decorate your unit

Make your Christmas stay with us feel magical by decorating your unit. Whether you’re braving the weather in a tent or staying in your caravan, motorhome or campervan, we love to see them dressed up and sparkling!

Christmas present

7. Remember the presents

If you are camping on December 25th, keep the Christmas magic alive by packing at least one present to open on the day each. If you're looking for gift ideas, we've put together a list of our favourite gifts for campers.

8. Share the festive cheer

Christmas jumpers, hats from crackers and lashings of tinsel are all encouraged on-site during December. Mince pies, Christmas cake, mulled wine, and all other tasty festive foods are also acceptable.

Campsites open over Christmas and New Year

24 Christmas campsites

Boroughbridge
Northern England, North Yorkshire,
5 (45)

Located on the River Ure, this campsite is a great spot for walking or visiting nearby York.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.
  • Pets welcome on site.

Boroughbridge Club Site

Located on the River Ure, Boroughbridge is a great campsite for walking or visiting nearby York which is simply magical at Christmas.

This campsite has something for everyone nearby, from an immersive experience at Jorvik Viking Centre, to the beauty of Brimham Rocks. York Minster, Yorks Chocolate Story and The Shambles are unmissable on a visit to the city of York.

Or, enjoy your Christmas near to the campsite, by choosing to explore the nearby town of Boroughbridge which is within walking distance.

Blackmore
Central England, Worcestershire
5 (68)

An ideal campsite for exploring local market towns or for walks in the Malvern Hills.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.

Blackmore Club Site

Enjoy Christmas and New Year in the heart of Worcestershire countryside with panoramic views across to the Malvern Hills, an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

From this campsite you can set off on foot, to the Malvern Hills, with 100 miles of paths and bridleways to make use of. If you’re hoping to travel a little further, there are some great attractions in Tewkesbury and Worcester to explore. Worcester Cathedral, the Great Malvern Priory and the Edward Elgar Birthplace Museum are just a few the might be of interest.

Bowness on Windermere
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (95)

Camp on the shores of Lake Windermere and explore the southern Lakes from this campsite.

Key Facilities
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).

Bowness on Windermere Club Site

Camp on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere in the heart of the beautiful Lake District over Christmas.

The Lakes are magical all year round but during the winter, the landscape transforms. Picture snow on higher grounds and glittering morning frosts alongside roaring pub fires (see the best Lake District pubs here) and warming roast dinners.

You’ll never be short of things to do in this part of Cumbria, especially with this campsites position on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere.

Braithwaite Village
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (67)

A fantastic new site acquisition for the Camping and Caravanning Club in the heart of the beautiful Lake District.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.

Braithwaite Village Club Site

Spend your Christmas and New Year near the popular market town of Keswick. Our Braithwaite Village Club Site has magnificent views towards Skiddaw and the Northern Fells as well as newly refurbished self-catering lodges for a home away from home feel.

You’ll find plenty to do in the Lake District if you feel like venturing away from the campsite. Visit the Lakes Distillery, the Lake District Wildlife Park or explore Whinlatter Forest.

Canterbury
South East England, Kent
5 (52)
A great campsite to explore Canterbury, with a bus stop outside the site entrance.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.

Canterbury Club Site

Undecided on where to spend your Christmas and New Year? If you stay on Canterbury Club Site you’ll get the best of the coast, city break and the countryside.

Access into the city of Canterbury is easy, either by foot, bus, or bike. To experience some of Kents beaches, Whitstable and Broadstairs make great days out to the coast.

Chertsey
South East England, Surrey
5 (90)
Chertsey is on the banks of the Thames, just a 50-minute train ride from London.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Fishing facilities on (or near) site.
  • Pets welcome on site.

Chertsey Club Site

Spend Christmas camping on the banks of the Thames, just a 50-minute train ride from London.

It’s really easy to venture into England’s capital from this campsite but there’s also plenty of other things to do while staying here.

Walkers can join the Thames Path Nature Trail, Hampton Court Palace and the London Bus Museum will fascinate history buffs while families can venture to Thorpe Park, Lego Land and Chessington.


Conkers
Central England, Derbyshire
5 (47)
Camp in the heart of the National Forest with walking and cycling from site.
Key Facilities
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.

Conkers Club Site

Open year-round, our Conkers Club Site is ideal for exploring the Derbyshire countryside.

Set in the heart of the National Forest which is an enormous 200 square miles of forest walks, this campsite packs a punch when it comes to things for the whole family to do.

Twycross Zoo, Drayton Manor Theme, the National Space Centre and the National Memorial Arboretum are just a few of the nearby attractions.

Delamere Forest
Central England, Cheshire
4.5 (73)
Cheshire’s largest area of woodland surrounds our Delamere Forest Club Site.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.

Delamere Forest Club Site

Spend the festive season surrounded by Cheshire's largest area of woodland on our Delamere Forest Club Site.

Outdoor lovers will be in their element here with boundless walking and cycling trails to pick from, directly from the campsite. For days out in Cheshire there’s plenty to discover from the city of Chester with its grand cathedral to the popular Chester Zoo.

Derwentwater
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (34)
Keswick Club Site is a two-minute walk from this site with water-based activities on Derwentwater.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.

Derwentwater Club Site

Nestled between Skiddaw and Derwentwater in the north of the Lake District, our Derwentwater Club Site is ideal for a special Christmas break.

If the lure of the water isn’t enough to convince you to visit the Lake District there are endless attractions to keep everyone busy. The Lake District Wildlife Park, World of Beatrix Potter, Wordsworth’s Cottage and the Catbells are an example of how diverse you can make this holiday.

Devizes
South West England, Wiltshire
5 (62)
Our Devizes Club campsite is a lovely quiet and secluded retreat by the side of the Avon and Kennet Canal in the heart of Wiltshire.
Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.

Devizes Club Site

Spend the festive season in Wiltshire, discovering prehistoric sites, enjoying the local market town and venturing out to local attractions at your leisure.

Our Devizes Club Site is located to help you easily explore some of the worlds most significant historic sites such as Stonehenge and the Avebury Stone Circles. Wadworth Brewery, Lacock Abbey, the Caen Hill Locks and Longleat Safari Park are just a few of the places you might want to visit.


Hertford
South East England, Hertfordshire
5 (38)
A spacious, quiet campsite by the county town of Hertford that you can enjoy all year round.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.

Hertford Club Site

Surround yourself with crisp countryside this festive season on our Hertford Club Site.

The nearby market town of Hertford is just a short walk away along the River Lea towpath. For a day out the Paradise Wildlife Park, Knebworth House, the Lee Valley White Water Centre and Hatfield House are all great attractions.

Keswick
Northern England, Cumbria
4.5 (61)
If you’re planning to explore the northern Lakes, our Keswick camping site on the shores of Derwentwater is hard to beat as a base for your explorations.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.

Keswick Club Site

Spend your Christmas camping right on the shores of Derwentwater on our Keswick Club Site.

What could be better than waking up to views across Derwentwater on Christmas morning? Our Keswick Club Site really is the best base for exploring the Lake District. Whether you’re an avid walker, a family in need of constant entertainment or prefer to watch the world around you pass by peacefully, you’ll have a lovely break away in this corner of Cumbria.

Kendal
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (48)
Pitch up here at this lovely hillside campsite at the gateway to the southern Lake District.
Key Facilities
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.

Kendal Club Site

Spend your Christmas and New Year pitched up on our Kendal Club Site, with the hills of the southern Lake District on your doorstep.

This site is within walking distance of Kendal itself so you'll have plenty to explore locally if you're looking to stay near your base.

If you're wanting to explore further away from the campsite, view more information about campsites and things to do in the Lake District.

Kingsbury Water Park
Central England, West Midlands
5 (48)
Enjoy water, wildlife, cycling and walking from this Midland's-based Club Site.
Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.

Kingsbury Water Park Club Site

Pitch up near Birmingham this Christmas in our tranquil oasis in the heart of the industrial Midlands.

You'll find plenty to do in Birmingham during the festive season from the Frankfurt Christmas Market to the panto at Birmingham Hippodrome. If the busy city sounds more fast paced than you were hoping for, camping in the West Midlands allows you to explore wonderful countryside and outdoor attractions at your leisure. 

Some of the most popular attractions around Birmingham include Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Cadbury World, the Black Country Living Museum and the National Sea Life Centre.

Loch Ness Shores
Scotland, Inverness
5 (69)

Loch Ness Shores are looking forward to welcoming you.

 
Key Facilities
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • Fishing facilities on (or near) site.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Showers on site.

Loch Ness Shores Club Site

Spend a magical Christmas on our aptly-named Loch Ness Shores Club Site. Scotland’s most famous loch is the stunning backdrop for this campsite in the Scottish Highlands. On the quiet south shore of Loch Ness, this campsite is surrounded by snow capped mountains and is the perfect base for exploring the area on foot.

Aside from the loch, which you can learn about at the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition, there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy during your stay. The ruins of Urquhart Castle, the Falls of Foyer and Inverness Castle are just a few of the most popular places to add to your list. Don't miss Inverness either, the largest city in the Scottish Highlands with plenty to discover.


Moffat
Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway
5 (71)

Linger a while on this friendly campsite in southern Scotland.

Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Pets welcome on site.

Moffat Club Site

Explore the stunning Scottish Lowlands from our Moffat Club Site this festive season.

The pretty Victorian town of Moffat is a lovely place to explore, just a five minute walk from the campsite. There you’ll find the famous Moffat Toffee Shop and a weekly market.

While camping at Moffat you could also visit Drumlanrig Castle, Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve and St Mary’s Loch.

Salisbury
South West England, Wiltshire
5 (64)

A campsite with views of a mighty Iron Age hill fort.

Key Facilities
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.

Salisbury Club Site

Pitch up at our Salisbury Club Site over the festive period for Iron Age hill forts and plenty of history.

Surround yourself with Wiltshire countryside as you spend your festive season camped in one of the best places to explore the best prehistoric sites in the country.

A visit to Avebury Stone Circles and Stonehenge is a must. Other attractions nearby include Paultons Park, Longleat and Salisbury Cathedral.

Sandringham
East Anglia, Norfolk
4.5 (70)

Sandringham Club campsite is in a delightfully secluded spot, within the grounds of the Royal Estate in Norfolk.

Key Facilities
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.

Sandringham Club Site

Camp within the grounds of the Royal Estate at Christmas with plenty to do and explore nearby.

Country retreat to the Royal Family, you could simply spend your winter holiday enjoying the parkland and woodland you’ll have access to during your stay. If you do fancy a day out there’s plenty to choose from. RSPB Snettisham, Hunstanton SEALIFE and Banham Zoo are a few family friendly attractions.

Scone
Scotland, Tayside
5 (42)

At Scone you can camp in the grounds of an ancient royal palace, in the heart of Scotland.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.

Scone Club Site

Camp in the grounds of an ancient royal palace for a magical Scottish Christmas.

From this site you can enjoy some fantastic walks as well as enjoy the grounds of Scone Palace. It’s a great location for those interested in history with Castle Campbell and Falkland Palace and Garden within reach.

Tavistock
South West England, Devon
5 (32)

There are glorious views of Dartmoor National Park from this lovely Devon campsite.

Key Facilities
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.
  • Showers on site.

Tavistock Club Site

Enjoy winter views of the glorious Dartmoor National Park when camping on our Tavistock Club Site over Christmas.

This campsite sits on the central western boundary of the Dartmoor National Park which means there’s plenty of outdoor pursuits to enjoy. The ancient market town of Tavistock is nearby and is a lovely place to mill about and enjoy small shops and cafes.

Theobalds Park
South East England, Hertfordshire
5 (35)

This campsite is just to the north of England's capital in the home county of Hertfordshire, with the bright lights of London in easy reach.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.

Theobalds Park Club Site

Camp within reach of London during the festive period for a mix of relaxation and city excitement.

This woodland site is a secluded spot away from the bright lights of the city. The nearby Lee Valley Park will appeal to nature lovers, walkers, cyclists, and fishermen. Paradise Wildlife Park, the Lee Valley White Water Park and London Zoo are some great day out options for families.
 

Winchcombe
Central England, Gloucestershire
5 (47)

The Cotswolds is within easy driving distance of Winchcombe Club Site.

Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • Fishing facilities on (or near) site.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.

Winchcombe Club Site

Enjoy Christmas in the Cotswolds on our Winchcombe Club Site which stays open into the New Year.

Have a picture perfect holiday in the Cotswolds exploring nearby towns and villages with their honey-colour limestone houses. The Winchcombe Way runs past this campsite so you can set off on foot easily.

Away from the campsite Sudeley Castle, Broadway Tower, Hailes Abbey and the town of Cheltenham are all there to be discovered.

Windermere
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (67)

Camping in Windermere provides water-based fun, walking and all of the attractions of the Lakes are accessible from this site.

Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.

Windermere Club Site

Our popular Windermere Club Site remains open over Christmas and New Year.

Sitting between the bustling market towns of Kendal and Bowness-on-Windermere, this site is in the ideal location to explore the Lake District.

Wolverley
Central England, Worcestershire
5 (57)

Gentle walks and cycle rides are top of the to do list from our Wolverley Club campsite.

Key Facilities
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Wireless internet access available on Club Sites only. For full details go to campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/sitewifi Note: may only be available on parts of the campsite.
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • There is a motorhome service point on site for disposal of grey waste and filling up of fresh water. Some Club Sites may also offer a stop off service for none camping members on payment of a small fee (please check with site or on dedicated web page).

Wolverley Club Site

Surround yourself with wonderful Worcestershire countryside over Christmas.

There’s so much to do in Kidderminster, you won’t be short of ways to spend your days. The West Midlands Safari Park, Beacon Hill Toposcope, Black Country Living Museum and the Severn Valley Railway are some of our top recommendations.

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