11+ Campsites near Bath, Somerset from £11.00 p/n 2024
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Widely considered the most beautiful city in the UK, Bath is well-known for its spectacular architecture, enchanting Roman Baths and vibrant culture. With plenty to explore, Bath is the perfect camping destination.

Bath camping FAQs

What are the best campsites in Bath?
We have two Club Sites just outside of Bath.

Nestled in the heart of Wiltshire, our Devizes Club Site is just a 36 minute drive from Bath cCity Centre. There’s a bus stop just a 5 minute walk from the campsite entrance where you can catch a bus which will take you into the heart of the city. 

Also nearby, our gorgeous Cheddar Club Site is around a 40 minute drive from Bath City Centre. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this Club Site is situated in the heart of the beautiful Mendip Hills.

There are also plenty of member exclusive campsites to choose from too. Simply search via Siteseeker to discover them all.
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Are there any adult only Club Sites in Bath?
Most of our Club Sites are family friendly but some of our member only sites are adult only, including those in Bath. 
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Are there any dog friendly campsites in Bath?
Most of our campsites in and near Bath allow dogs and have facilities to cater to your four-legged pal. Keep an eye out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as a designated dog walk or doggy shower.
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Can I go wild camping in Bath?
The rules for wild camping in the UK are complex; please read our guide to wild camping to find out more.
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Things to do and see while camping in Bath

Camping near Bath offers an eclectic mix of things to do and see. From discovering the vibrant city centre to exploring the surrounding villages, you won’t be shy of exciting days out.

Explore the UK’s most beautiful city

Bath City Centre

Explore the Roman Baths, one of Europe’s most iconic sites and what the city of Bath is named after. Boasting 2000 years of fascinating history, enjoy a stroll round the Roman Baths and learn more about life as a Roman. The main features of the site include the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Collection and the Roman Bath House. After wandering the Baths enjoy a sit down at The Pump Room Restaurant, a favourite for afternoon tea.

Head to Bath Abbey and discover a building quite like no other. With striking stained-glass windows and detailed fan vaulting, Bath Abbey offers an unforgettable experience of light and space. Take a slow walk round the abbey and take in all the intricate detail and rich history of this abbey in a special atmosphere.

You can’t take a trip to Bath without stopping by Pulteney Bridge, a picture-perfect stone three-arch bridge stretching over the magnificent River Avon.

Featuring in recognisable TV and film locations, NO.1 Royal Crescent is a restored town house museum where you can discover the decadent life of high-society Georgian Britain in the 18th century.

Experience the theatre in style at the Theatre Royal Bath. A beautiful Georgian building, the theatre offers a year-round programme of excellent quality drama with exceptional actors, including West End productions, opera and comedy. 

Celebrate Bath's most famous resident, Jane Austen, at The Jane Austen Centre. See a glimpse of what life would be like living in Regency times and how it influenced Jane Austen’s writing.

Just a short walk from the city centre is Royal Victoria Park, a stunning public park with an assortment of trees, a glistening lake and a botanic garden blossoming with colourful flowers and wonderful plants.

From a quintessentially British afternoon tea to the perfect Sunday roast, you won’t be short of cafes and restaurants to choose from in Bath City Centre. Some popular restaurants include well-loved Italian Sotto Sotto, popular pizzeria The Oven and The Raven, which serves classic pub grub.

After getting your steps in seeing the spectacular sights of Bath City Centre, you’ll probably be fancying an actual bath to relax. If you fancy a pamper, head to Thermae Bath Spa. Britain’s only natural thermal spa. People have had the luxury of bathing in these hot springs for over 2,000 years and there is no reason you should be any exception!

Pretty English villages near Bath

• Bath is near some of the most beautiful villages in the UK, each with its own unique history and picturesque landscapes. Here is a list of a few of our recommendations:

• Castle Combe is a stunning village burrowed within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Beauty. Take in the picture perfect views as you walk down the cobbled streets and enjoy a stop at one of the country pubs.

• If you love cheddar cheese, visit Cheddar village, the place where it all began. Cheddar village is just a 14-minute drive from our gorgeous Cheddar Club Site, an ideal camping spot for exploring the area.

• Lacock is a charming village dating back to the 13th century. It features in plenty of TV shows and films including Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter.

• Journey just outside the city centre and visit the quaint village of Bathhampton. Enjoy a relaxing stroll down Kennet and Avon Canal or stop off for a bite to eat at a traditional English pub.

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