Your Guide to February Half-Term Camping

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The first half term of the year is finally upon us, offering a very welcome break after the rush of back to school in the New Year. If you’re hoping for a family getaway, we’ve listed the top UK locations for a February half-term break below.

Campsites open during the February half-term holiday

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Scotland Campsites

Wrap up warm to explore the Scottish Highlands, stunning Lochs and plenty of family-friendly attractions. 

Moffat Club Site, Dumfries and Galloway

Nearby, the pretty Victorian spa town of Moffat offers plenty to do.

Top nearby attractions: Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfries Ice Bowl and the town of Moffat.
Campsite highlight: You must visit the Moffat Toffee Shop for a real taste of the highlands while camping here.

Moffat-Club-Site (Shutterstock, Donna Carpenter)

Loch Ness Shores Club Site, Inverness

Located on the south shore of the loch, this campsite is a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.

Top nearby attractions: Inverness Castle, Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition.
Campsite highlight: Direct access to the shoreline, perfect for keeping an eye on the Loch Ness Monster.


Central England Campsites

With the large cities of London, Birmingham and Manchester, Central England has plenty of fun-filled days out for the whole family during the February half-term holiday.

Conkers Club Site, Derbyshire

Go camping in the National Forest with 200 square miles of Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire countryside to explore.

Top nearby attractions: Twycross Zoo, Drayton Manor and Calke Abbey.
Campsite highlight: Direct access to walking and cycling trails.

Conkers Club Site (Shutterstock, islavicek)

Drayton Manor Club Site, Staffordshire

Drayton Manor is a great campsite for making the most of popular Staffordshire attractions including the popular theme park which shares its name.

Top nearby attractions: Drayton Manor Theme park, SnowDome, Tamworth Castle, Middleton Hall & Gardens.
Campsite highlight: This campsite is within driving distance to Birmingham and all of its attractions.

Drayton-Manor (Shutterstock, Caron Badkin)

Delamere Forest Club Site, Cheshire

Pitch up near the City of Chester to explore its Roman past and a mix of attractions for the whole family during the half term. 

Top nearby attractions: Chester Zoo, Chester Roman Amphitheatre, Go Ape.
Campsite highlight: Endless nearby walking trails and paths through the woodland of Delamere Forest, ideal for little legs to explore.

Delamere Forest

Kingsbury Water Park Club Site, West Midlands

You won’t notice you’re in the heart of the industrial West Midlands, just a 20-minute drive away from Birmingham while camping on our peaceful Kingsbury Club Site.

Top nearby attractions: Kingsbury Water Park, RSPB Middleton Lakes, Cadbury World, Sea Life Centre. 
Campsite highlight: Kingsbury Water Park, a fantastic country park spanning 600 acres, is just across the road. There are often organised activities for kids to get involved with here during half term. 


Northern England Campsites

Home to some of the UK’s most stunning countryside; head north to explore Yorkshire and the breath-taking Lake District National Park.

Boroughbridge Club Site, Yorkshire

Make the most of both city and countryside adventures while camping at Boroughbridge. Look out for the Vikings though! 

Top nearby attractions: Jorvik Viking Centre, City of York and York Castle Museum.
Campsite highlight: Close to the North York Moors National Park and its many attractions.


Keswick Club Site, Cumbria

Camping here puts you within walking distance to many of the major family attractions the Lake District National Park has to offer.

Top nearby attractions: Derwentwater, the Lakes Aquarium, and the World of Beatrix Potter.
Campsite highlight: This has to be its lakeside position with direct access to the shores of Derwentwater. The views alone from this campsite are enough to make your February half term camping holiday a delight. 


South East England Campsites

Enjoy the Kent coastline, historic Oxford and fun attractions like Thorpe Park and Lego Land when camping in the south east during February half term. 

Canterbury Club Site, Kent

There are a wide range of options for things to do while camping in Kent with easy access to the coast, countryside and Canterbury. 

Top nearby attractions: Wingham Wildlife Park, Whitstable and Howletts Wild Animal Park.
Campsite highlight: Canterbury is jam-packed full of history and culture, with plenty of historical attractions and independent shops to explore.

Canterbury (Shutterstock,  Janine Kaufman)

Chertsey Club Site, Surrey

Enjoy a riverside location in the suburbs, with easy access to popular attractions.

Top nearby attractions: Thorpe Park, Lego Land, RHS Garden Wisley and London Bus Museum.
Campsite highlight: Our Chertsey Club Site is just a 50-minute train ride from London, making it ideal for a trip to the big city.


Chichester Club Site, West Sussex

Miles of sandy beaches and pretty towns and villages are the main pull for campers at Chichester.

Top nearby attractions: Mary Rose Museum, West Wittering Beach and Chichester Harbour.
Campsite highlight: Great public transport links to Brighton, Southampton and Portsmouth.

Chichester (Shutterstock, Charlesy)

Hertford Club Site, Hertfordshire

Take a walk into the nearby town of Hertford, join the National Cycle Network nearby or hop on board a train into London.

Top nearby attractions: Paradise Wildlife Park, Lee Valley White Water Centre and Warner Bros Studio Tour London.
Campsite highlight: Enjoy a smooth train ride into London to explore its major attractions.

Hertford (Shutterstock, Mehulkumar Lad)

Oxford Club Site, Oxfordshire

Walk, cycle or catch the bus into Oxford to enjoy all that the city has to offer during February half term.

Top nearby attractions: Oxford Castle, Blenheim Palace and the University Museum of Natural History.
Campsite highlight: Oxford Club Site is only a mile away from the attractions of Oxford.

Oxford (Shutterstock, Skowronek)

Theobalds Park Club Site, Hertfordshire

Camp in a secluded woodland location, with plenty of family attractions nearby at Theobalds Park.

Top nearby attractions: Paradise Wildlife Park, Lee Valley White Water Park and London Zoo.
Campsite highlight: This campsite is just 15 miles away from the delights of London.


South West England Campsites

Dartmoor National Park, The National Cycle Route and Stonehenge are just a few of the main attractions of camping in the South West.  

Devizes Club Site, Wiltshire

Ideal for walkers and cyclists, this countryside campsite has plenty on offer nearby.

Top nearby attractions: Stonehenge, Longleat and Bath.
Campsite highlight: The bus stop with routes to Bath, Bristol and Melksham is just a 5-minute walk from the campsite entrance.

Devizes (Shutterstock, Athip_Taechapongsathon)

Tavistock Club Site, Devon

If you want to get out and explore, Tavistock is a great campsite for exploring Dartmoor National Park.

Top nearby attractions: Lydford Gorge, Dartmoor National Park and Buckland Abbey.
Campsite highlight: This campsites main attraction is its proximity to the National Cycle Route and Dartmoor National Park.


Campsites open during the 2020 February half-term holiday