Campsites near Birmingham

Did you know that Birmingham has more trees than Paris, and more miles of canal than Venice? The most populous British city outside of London, it lies at the centre of the West Midlands conurbation and is a major international commercial centre.

Clent Hills


Just 15 miles from Birmingham city centre, Clent Hills is a beautifully tranquil campsite Clent Hills surrounded by lush countryside and fabulous walks, including the North Worcestershire Path that runs within a mile of the campsite and covers 27 glorious miles of countryside. Walkers will love the Clent Hills, with panoramic views as far as the Cotswolds and the Welsh borders and are a haven for bird watchers. The site is set within 440 acres of woodland and heathland and is managed by the National Trust - it’s hard to believe the buzz and excitement of the UK’s second city is just a few miles away! Locally you will find attractions such as Thinktank science museum, the Sealife Centre, Cadbury World, Black Country Living Museum, the Severn Valley Railway and West Midlands Safari Park.

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Things to do in Birmingham

A shopper’s paradise, this city is home to the Bullring shopping centre attracting customers from all over the world. Birmingham has everything you need whatever your budget. From Harvey Nichols to Selfridges, vibrant markets, revitalised malls, and the world-famous Jewellery Quarter, there is something for everyone. Truly cosmopolitan, Birmingham is a foodie’s dream! Boasting a diverse range of great eateries, coffee houses, cafe bars and restaurants, you can explore global cuisine without leaving the city! In addition to fantastic nightlife, a buzzing arts scene, music and cultural festivals, camping in Birmingham is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.

Birmingham was also the home of author J.R.R. Tolkien who lived in King’s Heath, just a few miles from the city centre. Tolkien was motivated by the local area and went on to write some of the most popular and best known books in the world including The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Fans of Tolkien can visit local sites that inspired his work including Sarehole Mill, the Shire Country Park, Perrott’s Folly and Edgbaston Waterworks Tower (said to be the inspiration for the Two Towers).

Make a splash in the Midlands at our campsite surrounded by lakes and pools in Kingsbury Water Park. All campsites in and around Birmingham offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach, and no visit to Birmingham would be complete without visiting the Symphony Hall, Artsfest, the National Trust Back to Back Housing, Cadbury World, the Thinktank Planetarium and Birmingham museums. Whatever the season, camping in Birmingham is the perfect holiday for all the family.

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