Tent Camping

Camping on one of our Club Sites guarantees access to outstanding facilities and an on-site team dedicated to making sure you have a pleasant stay. We’ve put together a list of our recommended Club Sites which are perfect for tent camping below; a few of these sites also have backpacking facilities so are ideal for tent campers on the move.

Adgestone

Adgestone Club Site

This clean and well managed campsite is a fantastic place for a family holiday, with a heated outdoor pool and small groups of pitches; perfect for exploring this diverse island and visiting the numerous attractions on offer. There are a number of facilities on site including fishing, a well-stocked shop, a children’s play area, a dedicated ball game field, table tennis, boules, a delicious take away and dog walk. A steam railway and Island Line train operate across the Island and both are accessible from the site. 

Top site for fishing
Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Great site for families
Top site for fishing
Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Great site for families

Canterbury

Canterbury

Conveniently located near Kent’s famous cathedral city, and being so close to Dover, this campsite is a great stopover when travelling to or from France, and ideal base for exploring Kent.

Slapton Sands

Slapton sands

Our Slapton Sands campsite has all the ingredients for the perfect family beach holiday. Located on the stunning South Devon Heritage Coast, our Slapton Sands campsite commands a quiet, rural setting with a short 10 minute walk to the beach.

Top site for pubs
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples
Top site for pubs
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples

Alton, The Star

Alton,-The-Star

This delightful campsite in the stunning Staffordshire Peak District is situated in a quiet village just over a mile away from Alton Towers Resort - the UK’s largest theme park, which has a host of family attractions alongside a water park and spa for those who want a little peace and quiet. An ideal location for short breaks and relaxing holidays, walkers will find plenty to do here exploring the stunning countryside and moorland trails.

Top site for play area
Great site for families
Top site for play area
Great site for families

Beadnell Bay

Beadnell Bay

Just a few steps from the campsite and you will find yourself in among the sand dunes of the North Beadnell Bay Northumberland Heritage Coast, a haven for birdlife. Behind you lies the most exquisite countryside to be found anywhere in England; a secret paradise perfect for exploring.

Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples
Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples

Blackmore

Blackmore

Hereford is a cathedral city, which lies on the River Wye, east of the border with Wales, southwest of Worcester and northwest of Gloucester. Set in an idyllic rural location, next to a beautiful fishing lake, this award-winning campsite is in the perfect spot for relaxing, exploring the surrounding countryside, fishing and walking.

Top site for pubs
Top site for dogs
Top site for pubs
Top site for dogs

Bala

Bala

Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park from this water sports campsite. Situated just a few miles north of the shores of Lake Bala, this is a campsite that you will want to return to over and over again.

Top site for watersports
Site within National Park
Top site for dogs
Top site for watersports
Site within National Park
Top site for dogs

Oxford

Oxford-Club-Site

This campsite is a perfect base for exploring the city with its dreaming spires. There are fabulous walking and cycling paths available, or take advantage of the excellent public transport facilities. A convenience store is just a 5-minute walk away, or the city of Oxford is just a mile down the road. One of the best ways to explore the city is with a walking tour, while Oxford Castle and the University of Oxford Botanic Gardens are well worth visiting while you are in the area. A little further afield are Didcot Railway Centre, the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens and Blenheim Palace.

Charmouth

Charmouth

Surrounded by beautiful countryside and rolling hills, this award winning site boasts a stunning location enabling you to enjoy the best of what Dorset has to offer. The site is very well equipped with an onsite shop, children’s play area, area for ball games, and wonderful coastal walks. Pets are also welcomed to the site, with designated dog walks available.

Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Top site for walking
Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Top site for walking

Wolverley

Wolverley

Relax in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside and take some time to explore the local canal; a true walkers and cyclists paradise. Wolverley is a very pretty village with a local shop and a character pub with a real olde world feel. Located a few miles to the north west of Kidderminster, Wolverley lies on the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal. Take time to explore the local area and visit the nearby picturesque riverside town of Bewdley with an abundance of independent shops and eateries.

Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs

Kessingland

Kessingland

Just a mile and a half from the beach, this campsite is ideally located for exploring the coast of Suffolk and Norfolk. Inland, take a leisurely stroll through the stunning countryside. From the campsite you can take a leisurely stroll to Kessingland Beach, approximately 1.5 miles away. Keep an eye out for seals which can often be seen on the sand banks there. The nearby RSPB reserve of Minsmere is home to more than 300 species of birds, 100 of which breed on the reserve. There really is plenty for everyone to see and do at Kessingland.

Top site for beaches
Top site for beaches

Hertford

Hertford

This is a spacious, quiet and peaceful campsite near the county town of Hertford; a great base for exploring the magnificent countryside of the Home Counties, and just a short train ride into London. This open-all-year site is dog-friendly, and offers some great facilities for children including a play area and ball games field, not to mention plenty of trees to hide behind! The local station is just 20 minutes’ walk away, so you are well-connected to the local towns and cities.

Top site for dogs
Top site for dogs

Tregurrian

Tregurrian Club Site

A perfect hillside campsite for water sport and beach lovers alike on the north coast of Cornwall, with plenty of opportunity to be as active or restful as you wish on the miles of golden sandy beaches in this part of the region. This is a great base for exploring places of interest around the whole county. Local attractions include the Extreme Academy where you can try out watersports such as surfing and kite-surfing, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Newquay Zoo, the Bluereef Aquariam and Crealy Adventure Park.

Top site for watersports
Top site for photography
Top site for beaches
Top site for watersports
Top site for photography
Top site for beaches

St Neots

St Neots

Our St Neots Club Site is set on the banks of the River Ouse in the south of the county – an area ideal for walking and cycling. Although the site enjoys a quiet location, all the amenities you need are on the doorstep including a pub within strolling distance. During the summer the nearby town of St Neots hosts a number of festivals and a regatta.

Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing
Top site for pubs
Top site for fishing

Kingsbury Water Park

Kingsbury

Set in a very quiet and peaceful location in the heart of the Midlands, there are over 30 lakes and pools in the surrounding area making it a haven for water sport enthusiasts. Walkers can enjoy a good network of paths, and with plenty of open space and a children’s farm, it’s a fantastic place to bring all the family. Kingsbury offers fantastic facilities, a beautiful location, lovely walks, fishing lakes and a great local inn (Dog & Doublet) that serves delicious food and offers picturesque views of the local canal and surrounding countryside.

Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Great site for families
Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Great site for families

Windermere

windermere

Our family-friendly Windermere campsite is betwixt popular Bowness-on-Windermere and the market town of Kendal. Sit back and enjoy the peace and tranquillity the wonderful views.

Site within National Park
Great site for couples
Site within National Park
Great site for couples

Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor

Situated next of Drayton Manor theme park this campsite is perfect for families who wish to make the most of this attraction. It’s also a great base for exploring Birmingham and the surrounding Staffordshire countryside. Close to Lichfield, take time to explore the beautiful cathedral, the only medieval cathedral in the country with three spires. Campsite is perfect for all the family with fantastic facilities and a children’s play area.

Great site for families
Great site for families

Cambridge

Cambridge

The Club’s pretty Cambridge Club Site at Great Shelford, offers an ideal base to explore the area. This level campsite, bordered by trees is just four miles south of the cosmopolitan city of Cambridge. Discover the city on foot – there are many walking tours on offer – or take your bike and enjoy the many cycle routes around the city.

Dartmouth

Dartmouth

This campsite offers a range of activities from walking and cycling to sailing and surfing. There are beaches aplenty - Blackpool Sands is within walking distance – Slapton Sands, Beesand Beach and Hall Sands are a short drive away.

Top site for beaches
Top site for beaches

Sandringham

sandringham

Sandringham Club campsite is in a delightfully secluded spot, within the grounds of the Royal Estate in Norfolk. Campers will love the tranquillity offered by this woodland site where many pitches are set among trees.

Top site for photography
Top site for cycling
Top site for walking
Top site for photography
Top site for cycling
Top site for walking

Scarborough

scarborough

This is an ideal base for exploring the dramatic cliffs and beaches of the Yorkshire coast, and the spectacular North Yorks Moors. Located just north of the famous Victorian seaside resort of Scarborough, camping in Scarborough offers fantastic facilities for all the family, from an onsite shop stocking all the camping essentials, to a large children’s play area.

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Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Site within National Park
Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches

Salisbury

Salisbury

Our campsite, at Hudson’s Fields great for kite-flying and walking – enjoys fantastic views over the hill fort of Old Sarum, which includes the remains of a pre-historic fortress, a Norman palace, a castle and a cathedral.

Top site for dogs
Top site for dogs

Dunstan Hill

Dunstan Hill

Dunstan Hill is a peaceful haven and is the epitome of calm and tranquillity, located just a mile away from the magnificent and unspoilt beaches of the Northumberland coast - designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Harry Potter fans will love this campsites proximity to Alnwick Castle better known as Hogwarts.

Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches

Lynton

Lynton

Lynton campsite sits above the Exmoor coast, the highest coastline in England and Wales, and is a stone’s throw from the seaside resort of Lynton. This campsite has beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and panoramic views over the Wales estuary.

Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for beaches
Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for beaches

Bude

bude

This campsite is situated near Bude in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; perfectly situated for glorious Cornish beaches, surfing, sandcastles, walking, exploring the legends of King Arthur, and all that wonderful Cornwall has to offer. From this beautiful campsite you can join the South West Coast Path, the longest National Trail in Britain spanning an incredible 630 miles of coastal walking. If cycling is more your thing, the Camel Trail cycle route follows a disused railway line from Padstow to Bodmin Moor.

Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches

Moreton

Moreton

Surrounded by stunning countryside in the Heart of Thomas Hardy’s county of Wessex, this campsite is located near the south coast - a perfect base to explore Dorset’s beautiful, family-friendly beaches, downlands and heaths. Onsite children can enjoy a dedicated field for ball games and a play area, while there is plenty to amuse them in the local area too.

West Runton

west-runton

Our pretty and spacious campsite commands a secluded location close to the quaint seaside village with which it shares its name. Trees surround this beautiful site. Facilities include roomy showers, a parent and child room, laundry and washing up area and a dog walk.

Top site for beaches
Top site for beaches

Cannock Chase

Cannock-Chase

Situated on the edge of one of the Midlands most popular beauty spots, our Cannock Chase campsite is located in a fantastic place for walkers as well as those wishing to go further afield. With rolling hills, quiet forests and wild fallow deer, the area offers a peaceful retreat from daily life and is England's smallest mainland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local attractions nearby include the Museum of Cannock Chase, the Royal Airforce Museum Cosford, the National Memorial Arboretum and Lichfield Cathedral.

Top site for cycling
Great site for couples
Top site for cycling
Great site for couples

Normans Bay

Norman's Bay

With a beautiful beach just a step away from this popular campsite, there is plenty on offer to occupy all the family. The nearby Pevensey Levels are well known for nature conservation and agriculture, and the beauty of the South Downs can be found to the south west.

Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches

Bellingham

Bellingham

The views from this award-winning campsite are stunning. Immerse yourself in the true spirit of Northumberland at this peaceful and idyllic retreat, and discover the magnificent Northumberland coast to the East. Whether you're looking for a relaxing break or are seeking a bit of adventure - Bellingham is the perfect place to stay.

Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for walking
Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for walking

Verwood, New Forest

Verwood

This stunning campsite has an enviable location, close to the seaside resort of Bournemouth, the busy harbour of Poole and the untamed beauty of the New Forest. The New Forest has a fabulous choice of walk and cycle paths, while dog walkers are also catered for with a number of designated dog walks passing through the site.

Site within National Park
Site within National Park

Glencoe

glencoe

Set in a stunning location with pitches enjoying spectacular views of the mountains, this campsite is surrounded by woodland managed by the National Trust for Scotland; perfect walking country.

Top site for photography
Top site for photography

Veryan

veryan

Boasting gorgeous, tree-framed views, this wonderfully relaxing campsite is situated on the Roseland Peninsula in south Cornwall. This superb site has a field for ball games, a fully stocked and picturesque fishing lake, plus a spacious lodge for hire. The site is perfect for keen cyclists, who can join the National Cycle Network (Route 3) at the site entrance. Close to the site is Pendower Beach, whose cliffs and rock pools have been designated as Sites of Specific Scientific Interest, while local attractions include the Eden Project.

Top site for photography
Top site for fishing
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches
Top site for photography
Top site for fishing
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches

Hayfield

hayfield

This is the ideal place for walkers of all abilities; from gentle strolls to more challenging climbs. Set in Peak District walking country, the predominance of tents and no caravans makes this a unique campsite.

Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for pubs
Great site for families
Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for pubs
Great site for families

Inverewe Gardens Poolewe

inverewe

Our most northerly Scottish campsite in the Western Highlands has the complete package; extra hours of daylight in June, wildlife on your doorstep, and the most spectacular sunsets in Scotland.

Keswick

Keswick

If you’re planning to explore the northern Lakes, our Keswick campsite on the shores of Derwentwater is hard to beat. The campsite boasts a prime location in the north of the Lake District with stunning views extending over the lake.

Top site for watersports
Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for dogs
Great site for couples
Top site for watersports
Top site for pubs
Top site for cycling
Top site for dogs
Great site for couples

Milarrochy Bay

milarrochy

This site is situated on the eastern shore of the picturesque Loch Lomond with its tranquil sandy shores. It's the perfect base for walking the West Highland Way - a long distance footpath that runs for 95 miles from Glasgow to Fort William.

Top site for watersports
Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for fishing
Top site for watersports
Top site for photography
Site within National Park
Top site for fishing

Loch Ness Shores

Loch-Ness

Loch Ness, one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations, provides the stunning backdrop to one of the Club’s newest campsites. Located on the Loch’s south shore, the 99-pitch site offers year-round camping in picturesque surroundings.

Top site for fishing
Top site for fishing

Skye

skye

Set on the Isle of Skye, on a working croft, the site is perfectly positioned to enjoy the isle’s stunning scenery and dramatic history, alongside the area’s famous Highland castles. Skye is a place where time is irrelevant and where history greets you at every turn.

Top site for photography
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for photography
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs

More about our tent holidays

Tent camping on a Club Site guarantees access to the highest standards of facilities for expected by our members.

Our sites all list in-depth facilities including the types of pitches on offer on their retrospective information pages. You’ll find many of our sites offer toilets and showers, a washing up area, family rooms and even dry areas for backpackers. Plenty of our Club Sites offer shops, run by site staff which are perfect for buying any forgotten essentials and basic food items.

The Club prides itself on offering the best facilities for campers and will accommodate needs where possible. Accessible facilities are mentioned on product pages but do get in touch to ask any specifics.

We offer a number of different tent pitches including grass pitches with and without electric hook ups and jumbo grass pitches with or without electricity. Please check individual campsite pages to find out which pitch types can be accommodated. Please also note that availability of different pitch types will differ depending on season and site popularity.