The Best Places to Go Camping Over the Easter Weekend
Easter promises fresh spring blooms and long bright days - perfect for spending quality time in the great outdoors. Escape the nest this Easter and enjoy a camping break on one of our top Club Sites. Read more.
Top Easter campsites 2021
- Sandringham, Norfolk
- Keswick, Lake District
- Scarborough, Yorkshire
- Normans Bay, Sussex
- Sandringham, Norfolk
- St Neots, Cambridgeshire
- West Runton, Norfolk
- Chertsey, Surrey
- Beadnell Bay, Northumberland
- Kingsbury, West Midlands
- Blackmore, Worcestershire
- Canterbury, Kent
- Dunstan Hill, Northumberland
- Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
- Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway
- Salisbury, Wiltshire
- Hertford, Hertfordshire
- Devizes, Wiltshire
- Dunbar, East Lothian
- Milarrochy Bay, Glasgow
Spring into action on your Easter camping break at these campsites
Great for: Couples
Escape to the tranquil woodland of the Sandringham Estate, where you can pitch up among the trees, within easy reach of great attractions. RSPB reserves, beautiful sandy beaches and quiet roads, ideal for cycling are just some of the selling points of Sandringham Club Site. See more about camping in Norfolk.
Great for: Families
Explore Yorkshires many coastal delights and the North York Moors National Park when you camp at Scarborough Club Site this Easter. You’ll be just a short cliff top walk to the beach, 1.5 miles from Scarborough and within easy reach of a Sea Life Centre and RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs. There’s plenty for the whole family to do in Scarborough, making it perfect for an Easter break away.
Great for: A peaceful retreat
Pitch up on the banks of the Great Ouse, at this wonderful Cambridgeshire campsite. You’ll be a leisurely stroll away from the lovely local pub and a short walk away from the town of St Neots which offers several shops and places to eat. If you’re looking to be a little more active, the Cambridgeshire countryside is great for walking and cycling.
Great for: Family fun
Chertsey, a 50-minute train ride away from London, is ideally situated as a suburban base to explore the city. Camp on the banks of the River Thames with a mix of family-friendly attractions nearby. Thorpe Park, Lego Land and Kew Gardens are all within easy reach.
Great for: Camping near Birmingham
Kingsbury is in an undeniably great location. Across the road, you can access Kingsbury Water Park, which is great for wildlife watching, walking and cycling. Further afield is Birmingham and its many family friendly attractions. Cadbury World, the Black Country Living Museum and the Sea Life Centre are a few of the many options to visit. Just up the canal towpath from this campsite, you’ll come to the Dog and Doublet Inn, so you won’t have to travel far to get a good meal in friendly company.
Great for: History and culture
Explore Kent’s coast and countryside when you pitch up just one mile from the city. You can walk into Canterbury or catch the bus which stops right outside the campsite entrance. Canterbury Cathedral, Whitstable and St Augustine’s Abbey are some of the highlights to explore.
Great for: History and tranquillity
Camping in Cambridge over the Easter break is ideal for walkers and cyclists, with great access to the Cambridgeshire countryside. The University of Cambridge, Imperial War Museum and Denny Abbey are just a few of the days out from this site.
Great for: Camping in the countryside
Enjoy views over Old Sarum, an Iron Age Hillfort from Salisbury Club Site which is a spacious site with great access to the countryside. Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat and Paultons Park are just a few of the attractions accessible nearby.
Great for: Sea views
The beach at East Lothian is just a stone’s throw away from this campsite with views extending over the pretty Firth of Forth and Bass Rock. Edinburgh is a bus ride away, to the east of the campsite. Just 3 miles away, Dunbar offers plenty of shopping and places to eat.