Each location of Britain has many great reasons to go camping or caravanning so we’ve decided to look at each region and explain what can be visited on your travels!
The Brecon Beacons is not only beautiful but a perfect location for an action-packed family holiday with miles of walking and cycling trails and activities such as pony trekking, canyoning, caving, salmon fishing and wildlife spotting.
You can also enjoy a holiday on the coast and explore colourful seaside villages. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is renowned for its blue flag beaches, a haven for surfers while the legendary Devils Bridge Falls is worth visiting.
You may also want to consider include dolphin watching off Cardigan Bay!
Scotland offers some amazing landscapes including rugged terrain and huge lochs.
The glens and woodlands are a haven for wildlife including roe deer, wild hare, red squirrels and birds of prey while Loch Lomond & The Trossachs is popular for water sports.
Scotland also offers many other attractions from whisky distilleries and museums to castles and adventure parks. If you dare to venture far enough the Outer Hebrides and the Orkney Islands are truly amazing places to visit.
South East England
There’s plenty to see in the South East including day trips into London as well as some very historic and scenic areas such as Oxfordshire, Windsor and Canterbury.
Further to the west is the New Forest where wildlife roams freely and the Portsmouth docks is full of history. The Isle of Wight offers a range of caravan parks and is not only scenic but has a number of great attractions such as the Owl and Monkey Sanctuary.
South West England
Beyond the New Forest is Dorset with its amazing Jurassic coastline while Devon and Cornwall offer sandy white beaches, great countryside and many areas where people surf, sail and kayak.
Other attractions in the south-west include Stonehenge, Dartmoor National Park, The Eden Project and Lands End.
North East England
The Scottish Borders and Hadrian’s Wall are well worth visiting and North Yorkshire offers over 30 miles of Heritage Coastal paths to explore including the spectacular North York Moors which are perfect for relaxing walks or cycling.
North West England
Cumbria, also known as the Lake District is an amazing place to go camping or caravanning. As a popular tourist destination, the region has services such as boat trips and water activities that combine with the amazing scenery to make it a visit you’ll never forget.
Other places to visit in the north-west include Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Gulliver’s World.
Norfolk and Derbyshire’s Peak District are great places to visit as well as towns such as Stratford Upon Avon and Cambridge. The West Midlands also offers many beautiful canals as well as the Black Country Museum where you can find out about Britains industrial past.