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Campsites Open All Year

All year round campsites

Are you searching for a campsite that’s open all year? Some of our popular camping and caravan sites remain open all-year-round, giving you the opportunity to see what the country has to offer through all seasons. Below you’ll find a list of campsites that are open 12 months a year, so go ahead and search for your ideal off-season holiday.

16 Open all year campsites

Blackmore
Central England, Worcestershire
5 (156)

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, Worcestershire

Nestled in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, our Blackmore Club Site is ideally located for exploring bustling market towns and walking in the peaceful Malvern Hills.
Braithwaite Village
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (157)

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, Cumbria

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Lake District, Braithwaite Village Club Site is a fantastic new site acquisition for the Club.
Bowness on Windermere
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (87)

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, Cumbria

Camp on the shores of Lake Windermere and explore the southern lakes from this site.
Canterbury
South East England, Kent
5 (118)
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, Kent

Our Canterbury Club Site is the perfect base from which to explore the city, coast and countryside. Explore the rural and costal beauty of Kent year-round.
Chertsey
South East England, Surrey
5 (75)
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, Surrey

Just a 50-minute train journey into the heart of London, you can camp on the banks of the River Thames year-round on Chertsey Club Site.
Conkers
Central England, Derbyshire
5 (76)
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, Derbyshire

This well thought out campsite has hardstanding pitches off a large roundabout and plenty of grass pitches for tent campers. The all year round site offers full facilities and has a separate ball game area and an overnight car park.
Delamere Forest
Central England, Cheshire
4.5 (82)
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, Cheshire

Located in the west of the county near Chester, Delamere Forest covers some 950 hectares providing outdoor lovers with boundless walking and cycling opportunities on its network of paths and trails direct from the campsite.
Derwentwater
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (76)
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, Cumbria

Our lovely little Derwentwater Club Site is nestled between Skiddaw and Derwentwater in the north of the Lake District and is enticingly close to the pretty market town of Keswick.
Devizes
South West England, Wiltshire
5 (158)
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, Wiltshire

By the Avon and Kennet Canal our Devizes Club Site allows you to explore some of the best attractions in Wiltshire all year round.
Hertford
South East England, Hertfordshire
5 (39)
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, Hertfordshire

Enjoy a quiet and secluded break year-round on our Hertford Club Site. Located on the outskirts of the county town of Hertfordshire, surrounded by rolling countryside, Hertford caters to all camping trips.
Keswick
Northern England, Cumbria
5 (142)
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, Cumbria

Situated on the shores of Derwentwater, our Keswick Club Site is the perfect base from which to explore the Lake District.
Kingsbury Water Park
Central England, West Midlands
5 (121)
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, West Midlands

Comprising water, wildlife, cycling and walking, our Kingsbury Water Park Club Site is a tranquil oasis in the heart of the industrial Midlands.
Moffat
Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway
5 (186)

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, Scotland

Our friendly Moffat Club Site lies in the stunning Scottish Lowlands, ideal for a Scottish camping holiday at any time of year.

Salisbury
South West England, Wiltshire
5 (132)

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, Wiltshire

Situated in Hudson’s Fields, our Salisbury Club Site boasts views of Old Sarum, a mighty Iron Age hill fort including the remains of a prehistoric fortress, a Norman palace, a castle and a cathedral.
Tavistock
South West England, Devon
5 (70)

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, Devon

Fabulous views and numerous walking and cycling opportunities await those camping at our lovely Tavistock Club Site. Look out over the Dartmoor National Park right from your pitch.
Theobalds Park
South East England, Hertfordshire
5 (31)

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, Hertfordshire

Just off the M25, this campsite is north of England's capital in the home county of Hertfordshire, with the bright lights of London in easy reach. The woodland setting of Theobalds Park creates a secluded getaway from the big city.

Year round camping FAQs

How can I stay warm while camping in the winter?
To enjoy the benefits of camping all year round read our winter camping tips. These include ways to keep warm and stay comfortable so you can enjoy your winter camping trip.
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Where are the best places for winter camping in the UK?

All of our campsites open over the colder months are situated in great towns and villages for a winter camping holiday. Some of our most popular winter campsites include:

Braithwaite Village Club Site, Cumbria
Bowness on Windermere Club Site, Cumbria
Canterbury Club Site, Kent
Hertford Club Site, Hertfordshire
Moffat Club Site, Dumfries and Galloway
Salisbury Club Site, Wiltshire
Tavistock Club Site, Devon

Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Which open all year sites allow pets?

All of our campsites which are open in the colder months allow pets, but you can look for the pets welcome facility symbol on campsite pages to check before booking.

Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Is tent camping possible in the winter?

Yes, see our information on four season tents. While it takes more preparation and planning, winter camping can be really enjoyable.

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Can you go glamping in the winter?

If you want an easy way to camp during the colder months, some of our self-catering accommodation remains open year-round. This includes our:

Braithwaite Village Lodges in the Lake District
Winchcombe Lodges in the Cotswolds
Boroughbridge Lodges in North Yorkshire

Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023

More about our year round campsites

There’s something extraordinary about waking up in the morning, pulling on your warm layers and unzipping or opening your doors to the crisp winter air. That’s why we leave our most popular sites open all year round.

Outside of school holidays, you'll find that our Club Sites in the off-season are brilliant for a quieter getaway. Our sites also look entirely different as the seasons' transition, firstly surrounded by the golden tones of autumn followed by the frost-bitten scenes of late winter.

Open over the Christmas period; these campsites are ideal for a festive break. Share Christmas presents in the great outdoors or enjoy welcoming the New Year away from home, waking up to beautiful views on the first day of January.

However and whenever you decide to camp during the colder months, we’re sure you’ll enjoy your time on any of these year-round sites.

Year round camping inspiration