Campsites in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset 2024 from £11 p/n
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Camping near Weston-super-Mare in Somerset

Weston-super-Mare is everything you’d expect from a Victorian seaside town. Donkey rides, beach strolls, walks along the pier and ice cream are standard features of a holiday here. You can stay on our member exclusive sites in Weston-super-Mare if you join the Club. Alternatively, our Cheddar Mendip Heights Club Site is around a 30 minute drive away and you don’t need to be a member to camp. Discover all of our campsites and things you can do while staying near Weston-super-Mare below.

Weston-super-Mare camping FAQs

What are the best campsites in Weston-super-Mare?
We have several member-exclusive campsites in, and very near to Weston-super-Mare, find out about joining the Club to access these. Non-members are welcome to stay on any of our Club Sites. Without membership the closest campsite to Weston-super-Mare is our Cheddar Mendip Heights Club Site which is around a 30 minute drive away and sits in the heart of the beautiful Mendip Hills.
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Is Weston-super-Mare a good destination for families?
Yes, in fact, Weston-super-Mare is a brilliant UK holiday destination for all ages. With brilliant outdoor pursuits, lots of family friendly attractions and an abundance of visitors each year, Weston-super-Mare is well set up for all visitors.
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Are there any adult only campsites in Weston-super-Mare?
Most of our campsites are family friendly, however camping outside of school holidays will usually mean a quieter campsite environment. Some of our member exclusive sites are adult only, to find those simply search via SiteSeeker and filter by “Adults only”.
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Which campsites in Weston-super-Mare allow dogs?
Most of our campsites in and near Weston-super-Mare allow dogs and have facilities to cater to your four-legged friend. Look out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as whether there’s a designated dog walk or doggy shower.
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Can I wild camp in Weston-super-Mare?
Read our guide to wild camping if you’re considering whether to camp off the grid across the UK as the rules are complex.
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Things to see and do while camping in Weston-super-Mare

Seaside fun in Weston-super-Mare

Lots of the main attractions in Weston-super-Mare revolve around the wonderful seaside and surrounding coastline. Here are some of the best bits:

• The Grand Pier is one of the town's main attractions. A visit to Weston wouldn’t be complete without a windy stroll along the pier and a visit to the arcade.
• Weston-super-Mare Beach is a long sandy stretch, popular year-round amongst walkers, families, and water sports enthusiasts. The beach and surrounding areas are a hive of activity with annual events, traditional seaside attractions and brilliant facilities, making it a great place to spend your whole day.
• Weston-super-Mare’s Marine Lake is a popular place for swimming, especially for avoiding the ever-changing tides.
• Between Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea you’ll find Brean Down which is a limestone peninsula offering wonderful views of the British Channel. Brean Down is well worth a visit during your Weston-super-Mare holiday with plenty to discover and a beach café to refuel at.

Explore nearby towns and cities

Weston-super-Mare makes a great base to be able to explore other popular destinations nearby including:

1. Bristol
It’s only around a 40 minute drive to Bristol from Weston-super-Mare, making it a great day out if you’ve always wanted to visit the vibrant city. You could visit Bristol Cathedral, take a boat tour along the Harbourside, discover stories from the past at one of the many museums, or just explore the shops and enjoy being part of Bristol’s unique atmosphere.

2. Bath
Slightly further away, at around an hour’s drive, you can visit Bath, the only city in the UK to be a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a trip to the world-famous spas, learn all about the city’s fascinating past, and enjoy the architecture which you might recognise from the Netflix show Bridgerton. Read about more UK filming locations, including the Royal Crescent in Bath.

3. Cheddar
Home to our Cheddar Mendip Heights Club Site and, of course, the famous Cheddar cheese, there’s plenty to do when visiting or staying in Cheddar. The caves and cliffs of Cheddar Gorge are fascinating to visit, and the whole area is brilliant for walkers and cyclists.

4. Burnham-on-Sea
For more sandy beaches and seaside fun Burnham-on-Sea isn’t far away and provides a nice change of scenery for the day.

5. Wells
Visit the smallest cathedral city in England, just at the foot of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here you can visit Wells Cathedral, Wookey Hole Caves, outdoor markets and much more.

Family attractions in Weston-super-Mare

Here are a few family attractions that kids of varying ages will enjoy during your holiday in Weston-super-Mare.

The Helicopter Museum has a wonderful collection of aircraft which will fascinate curious minds and aviation enthusiasts.
Court Farm Country Park is an old dairy farm which has been transformed into a family-friendly destination for a day out. Indoor and outdoor play areas, tea rooms, picnic areas, pony grooming, baby animals, animal feeding and much more are on offer.
Laser Quest Weston is a brilliant indoor activity for all ages and is a great way to burn off extra energy, especially on a rainy day.
Lock and Code Escape Rooms in Weston is great for the whole family to get involved in. There are three rooms to choose from, with different difficulty levels to suit everyone.
Brean Theme Park is aimed at all ages, with over 40 rides and attractions to enjoy all day long.

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