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Camping in Hertfordshire

Campsites in Hertfordshire

Comprising stunning stately homes, family days out and rolling hills, Hertfordshire is one of the eight ‘Home Counties’. Providing great access to London, Hertfordshire boasts picture villages with thatched cottages and unspoilt green belt countryside.

Hertfordshire camping FAQs

What are the most popular campsites in Hertfordshire?
Popular campsites in Hertfordshire include our Hertford Club Site and Theobalds Park Club Site which both remain open all year and have brilliant nearby attractions and countryside to explore.
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Can you go wild camping in Hertfordshire?
View our guide to wild camping to read up on the rules around pitching up away from a campsite.
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Which campsites in Hertfordshire are open all year?

Both of our Club Sites, Hertford and Theobalds Park stay open year round. To view all of our campsites, including member only sites which stay open all year, search here.

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Are there any dog friendly campsites in Hertfordshire?
Yes, you can bring your pets at no extra cost to our Club Sites. You’ll find many of them have dedicated facilities to make your stay easier like designated dog walks and dog showers.  
Last Modified: 13 Jul 2023

More about camping in Hertfordshire

With so many different places to visit, camping in Hertfordshire is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family get together, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out. Teeming with bustling market towns and countryside estates, Hertfordshire is the perfect location for your next camping trip.

Explore historic Hertfordshire

Due to its proximity to London, Hertfordshire is steeped in fascinating history. The nobility wanted the best of both worlds, countryside pursuits and easy access to the capital – and Hertfordshire delivers both. Today, there is an abundance of stately homes and country estates that have opened their doors for the public to explore.

Steeped in over 400 years of colourful history, Hatfield House is a Jacobean estate surrounded by over 40 acres of tranquil parkland. The home exhibits centuries of historical treasures collected by the Cecil’s, one of England’s most famous political families.

Home to longest nave in England and an extensive collection of medieval paintings, St Albans Cathedral is an essential visit during your trip to Hertfordshire. For over 1700 years, the Shrine of St Alban has been a sit of national pilgrimage, drawing visitors from all over the world. Take some time to explore the inspiring history and intricate architecture of St Albans Cathedral.

Situated in the quaint village of Knebworth, on the outskirts of Stevenage, Knebworth House is a Grade II listed Tudor stately home. The house is perhaps most famously known for its rock concerts, having hosted the likes of The Rolling Stones, Queen, Elton John and many more. Today, you can explore the historic house, pristine gardens and beautiful deer park.

Top family attractions in Hertfordshire

Campsites in Hertfordshire offer plenty of nearby activities, from Winnie the Pooh’s 100 Aker Wood at Aldenham Country Park to the Whitewebbs Museum of Transport in Enfield. We’ve compiled our top five favourite things to do in Hertfordshire.

1. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

From sitting at the Great Hall to climbing aboard the Hogwarts Express, the Harry Potter Studio Tour is an essential visit for any fans of the franchise.

2. Paradise Wildlife Park

Famous for being the only zoo in the UK to inhabit all five big cats, Paradise Wildlife Park is an award-winning day out for the whole family. The zoo is located a short distance from our Hertford Club Site.

3. Lee Valley White Water Centre

Originally constructed to host the canoe slalom events at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Lee Valley White Water Park offers a day filled with adrenaline, adventure and fun. Try your hand at white water rafting on the Olympic course or relax with family paddling on the lake. Lee Valley White Water Centre is a short drive from our Theobalds Park Club Site.

4. Aldenham Country Park

Visit Winnie the Pooh's 100 Aker Wood. Here you can explore for as long as little legs will allow and discover the well-loved character's houses and see their favourite places. A game of Pooh sticks, Heffalump searching and endless adventures await.

5. Forty Hall

The Forty Hall Estate is a sight to behold and brilliant for all ages, with a regular rota of events and exhibitions.

6. Willows Activity Farm

Willows Activity Farm in St Albans is a great day out for families with young children. A Peter Rabbit themed adventure playground, farm offering petting sessions and friendly atmosphere make this perfect day for the whole family.

7. Natural History Museum at Tring

With 4,000 specimens on display, this museum is an educational and fun day out for all ages. Insects, elephants, emperor penguins and plenty more exhibitions will entertain curious minds here.

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