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29 of the Best Cycling Holidays in the UK 2022

The world looks so much nicer when you’re riding a bike. From the valleys of Wales to the peaks of the Highlands, the UK boasts some amazing cycling routes. We've compiled a guide to the best campsites to stay at for a Great British cycling holiday.

29 Campsites Great for Cycling

Adgestone
South East England, Isle of Wight
3.5 (114)

Camping on the Isle of Wight – perfect for relaxing on this tiny island, just a short ferry trip from the England’s south coast.

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.
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.
  • There is a swimming pool on (or near) site. This may only be open at certain times of the day and may not be open all year.
  • Fishing facilities on (or near) site.

Adgestone

The entire Isle of Wight is yours to explore on a camping trip to Adgestone. There are numerous cycling opportunities directly from the campsite, ask site staff for recommended routes on arrival. Adgestone has a takeaway, dog walk, area for a ball games and a family shower room.
Beadnell Bay
Northern England, Northumberland
5 (387)
Campers pitched at our Beadnell Bay campsite are rewarded with stunning sea views over the dramatic Northumberland coast
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.

Beadnell Bay

The Coast and Castles and National Cycle Routes pass by this site making it a great cycling location with plenty of route options. Cycle Northumberland has some great routes marked out. Beadnell Bay itself is just a few minutes from the campsite and offers a sandy break away from the site. The medieval Alnwick Castle is nearby along with Bamburgh Castle, both worth a visit. A play area, space for ball games and great facilities make Beadnell Bay a great family campsite.
Boroughbridge
Northern England, North Yorkshire,
4.5 (199)

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).
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.

Boroughbridge

Open all-year-round, Boroughbridge Club Site offers great access to the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors National Parks. There is a circular 170-mile cycling route from Morecambe to Bridlington which passes the site and there are plenty of other routes to be explored further afield. As for attractions Ripley Castle, Brimham Rocks, Harewood House, York Minster and the Jorvik Viking Centre are all nearby and worth a visit.

Boroughbridge Club Site has a wide range of pitch types, washing machines and there’s a pub within one mile. Dogs are well catered for with a designated dog-walk on-site.
California Cross
South West England, Devon
4 (79)
Camp near the South Devon Heritage Coast for sandy beaches, peace and tranquillity.
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.

California Cross

Near the starting point of the Two Moors Way, California Cross is one of our top sites for beaches and families. Enjoy an active cycling break, exploring the north Devon coast or take things easy with a gentle ride through the rolling countryside. Located between two sandy beaches, there’s plenty for families to do both on and off site.
Cambridge
East Anglia, Cambridgeshire
5 (255)

Explore the university city of Cambridge and its surrounding Fenland landscape from here.

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.

Cambridge

Cambridgeshire’s extensive network of cycle trails boasts flat land – making it an ideal location for a cycling holiday with the kids. Hop on your bike and explore the many cycle routes around the city, stopping off at points of interest along the way. Cambridge Club Site is four miles from the city, an ideal distance away from a faster pace of life. Pets are welcome on site and a children’s play area allows a safe place for kids to burn off extra energy.
Charmouth
South West England, Dorset
5 (330)
The sandy beaches of Charmouth make this a popular family site.
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 through various other providers. Note: may only be available on parts of the site.

Charmouth

Uncover the beauty that Dorset has to offer by riding your bike along the Symondsbury Cycling Trail. Stretching over 5 miles long, this scenic route leads you down tracks, across fields and past picturesque views of Colmers Hill and the sea beyond. Our picturesque Charmouth Club Site is an ideal place to stay when exploring the Dorset countryside and the Jurassic Coast.
 
Clent Hills
Central England, West Midlands
5 (93)
If you want a get away from it all break but not be too far from civilization our Clent Hills Club Site is a great option.
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.

Clent Hills

Aptly named, this campsite is located less than a mile from the Clent Hills – where you’ll find miles of paths to explore. Quiet country lanes and gentle valleys are within reach at the Shropshire Hills too. Explore the 8.5 mile track and countryside around Ludlow with the wonderful Lady Halton Route.

Lying close to the historic city of Birmingham, Clent Hills is within reach of top attractions including Cadbury World, the Black Country Living Museum and of course the city centre with the National Sea Life Centre.
Crowden
Central England, Glossop
5 (99)

Our Crowden Club Site enjoys a remote location at the northern end of the Peak District National Park.

 
Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.

Crowden

Crowden is a great site for backpackers and cyclists alike with a drying room and even camping pods available. There are endless cycling routes to explore throughout the Peak District National Park including the Pennine Way, Longendale Trail and the Chew Valley which is great for mountain bikers. Speak to site staff who can advise on the best routes for you. From Crowden Club Site, you can visit the Howden and Ladybower Reservoirs which is where the Dam Busters was filmed. Within driving distance, you’ll find Chatsworth House and Marsden Moor Estate, as well as the cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield.
Culzean Castle
Scotland, Ayrshire
5 (217)

Stay in the grounds of a fairytale Scottish castle on the South Ayrshire coast.

 
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.

Culzean Castle

Situated on the west coast of Scotland, our Culzean Castle Club Site sits proudly in the grounds of the castle of the same name. From this site, you can join the Ayrshire Coast Cycle Way in the nearby town of Ayr. Tracing the coastline all the way to Irvine, this cycle route boasts some of the best views in Western Scotland.
Delamere Forest
Central England, Cheshire
5 (283)
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).
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.

Delamere

Either bring your bikes along with you or hire one at the Delamere Forest Visitor Centre and enjoy two cycle routes directly from the campsite. This is one of our top campsites for cycling, being located on Cheshire’s largest area of woodland. The naturally sheltered campsite has an on-site shop for your camping essentials, welcomes pets and is within one mile of a pub.
Delamont Country Park
Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland
5 (74)
Enjoy wonderful Northern Irish hospitality in this beautifully situated campsite in County Down.
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.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.

Delamont Country Park

Set in the picturesque area of the same name, our Delamont Country Park Club Site is an excellent base for a cycling holiday in Northern Ireland. Head for the nearby Mourne Mountains, the highest mountain range in Northern Ireland. Join the Mourne Loop and gawk at the breath-taking coastal and mountain views.
Dunstan Hill
Northern England, Northumberland
5 (310)
Enjoy this quiet site in an area known for its beaches, birds and castles.
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).
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.

Dunstan Hill

This rural campsite is in an ideal location to explore the North Northumberland Heritage Coast. Explore the “castle coast” on bike, with plenty of tracks, quiet lanes and circular trails to enjoy. Dunstanburgh Castle is to the north of the campsite and looks over the Farne Islands. On-site you’ll find a play area, space for ball games, dog walk and family shower room.
Horsley
South East England, Surrey
5 (171)
Horsley Club Site, near the North Downs is perfect for fishing, relaxing, walking.
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.

Horsley

There are a number of cycle routes near Horsley Club Site that are ideal for experienced cyclists. The routes take you along quiet country lanes and are well signposted. Speak to site staff to find out more about local routes. One of our top campsites for fishing, Horsley is a peaceful site, tucked away with fantastic wildlife spotting opportunities. RHS Garden Wisely, Brooklands Museum and the London Bus Museum are just a few of the nearby attractions to choose from.
Jedburgh
Scotland, Borders
4.5 (79)
A peaceful haven in the Scottish Borders.
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.
  • 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.

Jedburgh

Covering over 55 miles of serene Scottish countryside, the 4 Abbeys route joins the dots between the four most iconic abbeys in the Scottish Borders - Melrose, Dryburgh, Kelso and Jedburgh. The latter is a short distance from our Jedburgh Club Site. This route is fairly demanding and takes roughly around 5 – 6 hours to complete.
 
Kessingland
East Anglia, Suffolk
5 (148)
This campsite is just over a mile from the beach and next to Africa Alive wildlife park.
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).
  • 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.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.

Kessingland

Starting at the charming Suffolk market town of Beccles, close to our Kessingland Club Site, the Three Rivers Loop is a 23-mile circular route offering panoramic views of the Waveney Valley. Cycle gently through idyllic villages and towns, keeping an eye out for the abundance of wildlife that inhabit the local area.
Keswick
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (368)
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

Being in the heart of the Lake District, Keswick Club Site is an ideal base for those wanting to make the most of Lake District cycling. You’ll be spoilt for choice with numerous lake and hillside tracks and trails easily accessible directly from the campsite. A very popular location for cycling holidays, Keswick has all of the facilities you’ll need to rest up on-site. Toilets, showers, backpacker facilities and washing machines are just a few of the amenities on offer to make your trip as easy as possible.
Llanystumdwy
Wales, Gwynedd
4 (108)

A beautiful campsite location on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales.

 
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.

LLanystumdwy

Set on the idyllic Llyn Peninsula on the outskirts of the Snowdonia National Park, our Llanystumdwy Club Site is a truly special place to stay. From this site, it’s easy to join the Brailsford Way. The route is named after revered British cyclist coach Sir David Brailsford, as these mountain roads were where he learnt his trade.
 
Lynton
South West England, Devon
4.5 (153)

Enjoy glorious sunsets from your pitch at this Devonshire hilltop campsite.

Key Facilities
  • There are washbasins on site.
  • The site has flushing toilet 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.

Lyton

The Two Moors Way, Traka Trail and Samaritans Way South West are all accessible from Lynton Club Site. All popular routes with cyclists and walkers, they can be tailored to your ability and provide stunning scenery of the Devon countryside. On-site, you can buy a cycling map and the site managers can provide information on the best route for you. Nearby beaches and an on-site play area are sure to keep the kids entertained on non-cycling days.
Moffat
Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway
5 (444)

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

Lying adjacent to Moffat Club Site, Kayantics offer bike hire and escorted trips out. There are plenty of road routes to explore from the campsite including a route which takes you through the centre of the town to Ercistane and back. The Forest of Ae (around 5 miles from the campsite) has a network of cycle routes ranging from an easy to extreme difficulty rating. Toilets, showers, dishwashing and ice pack freezing are available amongst other facilities.
Ravenglass
Northern England, Cumbria
4.5 (179)

A walkers paradise set in 6 acres of woodlands and only 500 meters from the seafront.

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.
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.

Ravenglass

Six acres of woodland surround this site, just 500 metres from the seafront. With both the woodland to explore on your bike and a beach nearby, you get the perfect mix of both worlds. The Hadrian’s Cycleway starts nearby and explores over 170 miles of fascinating Roman history. The campsite is within good reach of pubs, beaches and caters well for family life.
Rhandirmwyn
Wales, Carmarthenshire
5 (136)

A wonderfully secluded campsite hidden in the Welsh hills.

Key Facilities
  • 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.
  • 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 dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.

Rhandirmwyn

Situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Rhandirmwyn Club Site is an ideal place for a cycling holiday in Wales. Follow the meandering pathway of the Twyi Tour along Wales’ longest river, through the heart of the country and past ancient castles. The Cambrian Way also passes through the edge of the campsite.
Slapton Sands
South West England, Devon
5 (252)

A family site with sea views and sandy and shingle beaches within walking distance.

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.

Slapton Sands

Right next to the sandy shores of the beach of the same name, Slapton Sands Club Site has plenty of cycling options for a range of abilities. The nearby beaches are great for shorter rides whilst the South Devon Heritage Coast offers plenty of routes. For a longer route, suitable for experienced cyclists, the Devon Coast to Coast trail passes not far from the site. Dogs are welcome on this campsite which offers a good range of facilities including toilets and showers.
Slindon
South East England, Sussex
5 (46)

Steal away to an orchard by the south coast in the country's newest National Park.

Key Facilities
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • There is a designated dog walk on site.
  • Denotes a separate building that may sell groceries as well as other items. Please contact the site for details.

Slindon

With plenty of quiet country lanes to explore as well as off-road areas, ideal for mountain bikers, Slindon offers a range of terrains. Arundel Castle, Arundel Wetland Centre and Bignor Estate with its Roman excavation site are great nearby attractions. The campsite welcomes pets, is well sheltered and has a range of pitch types to choose from.
Teversal
Central England, Nottinghamshire
5 (295)

Enjoy nature walks, cycle trails and the Peak District from this 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 through various other providers. Note: may only be available on parts of the site.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.

Teversal

This campsite has great access to traffic free cycling trails and with the Silverhill Wood Country Park just opposite the site, you can access the Teversal Trails. The Derbyshire Dales and Peak District offer endless cycling opportunities. Not only are bikes available to hire from the campsite, but kids are well catered for with space for ball games, a play area and family shower room on-site.
Theobalds Park
South East England, Hertfordshire
5 (56)

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

Although just off the M25, you wouldn’t realise London was just 30 minutes away via train. In the heart of the countryside, Theobalds makes an ideal break away from the busy city. The nearby Lee Valley Park caters well for not only cyclists but walkers and nature lovers too. Cycling routes are well marked and ideal for family cycling.
Verwood
South West England, Dorset
5 (204)

Handy for Poole, Bournemouth and the sandy beaches of the south coast.

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.

Verwood

With way-marked tracks, the New Forest more than caters for those venturing out on two wheels. With the whole of the New Forest to explore, you’ll never run out of routes to take and things to see. Not only is Verwood great for cyclists, there are a selection of great family attractions nearby including Paultons Family Theme Park and Splashdown Water Park. On site a ball game area, family shower room, recreation hall and play area will keep the kids entertained.
Veryan
South West England, Cornwall
4 (111)

You'll find lovely, tree-framed views on this relaxing campsite on the Roseland Peninsula in South Cornwall.

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.
  • Fishing facilities on (or near) site.

Veryan

The Pentewan Trail and Cornwall's Mineral Tramways are accessible nearby and offer a wide variety of terrains and difficulty levels. The Mineral Tramways are great for all cyclists from beginners to mountain bikers. Alongside the cycling, there are beautiful beaches, National Trust gardens, the National Maritime Museum and plenty of other attractions to enjoy. There’s a fishing lake, designated dog walk, pub within one mile and Ready Camp tents for those looking for an easy camping break. Veryan is a great base for exploring the unspoilt Roseland Heritage Coast.
West Runton
East Anglia, Norfolk
4.5 (403)

Enjoy coast and countryside from this popular north Norfolk site near Cromer.

Key Facilities
  • Showers on site.
  • The site has dedicated accessible facilities for disabled campers, including level access shower and equipment.
  • Pets welcome on site.
  • The site has flushing toilet facilities.
  • 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).
  • There is a children’s play area on site. Facilities can vary, with some play areas restricted to young children only.

West Runton

Nestled in the Norfolk Coast Area of Natural Beauty, West Runton Club Site is the perfect location from which to explore East Anglia’s beautiful countryside. The local area boasts some of the country’s best cycling routes, including the Norfolk Coast Causeway, the Broads Cycle Route and the Marriott’s Way Cycle Route.
Wyeside
Wales, Powys
5 (218)

Located just outside the market town of Rhayader in Powys, the green heart of Wales, sits our gorgeous campsite which embodies the natural beauty of central Wales.

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.

Wyeside

Located on the outskirts of the charming market town of Rhayader, Wyeside Club Site is an ideal haven for a Welsh cycling holiday. Grab your bike and join the nearby Elan Valley Tour. Passing Garreg Ddu Reservoir and Craig Goch Dam, the Elan Valley Tour boasts some of the most spectacular views in Wales.