3 of the best UK camping holidays reviewed

1. Barefoot Campsite, Oxfordshire
Campers can start the day with a wild swim at three small riverside sites near Oxford which are next to a safe stretch of the Thames. Those who don’t fancy a dip can hire canoes, and fishing permits are available. The sites offer back-to-basics camping, with no electricity, just gas-fired showers and composting toilets. Campfires and barbecues are encouraged. Visitors can take their own tents and small campervans, or book a bell tent or log pod.


2. White Cliff Bay, Isle of Wight
Yearning youthful entertainers can go to a four-day (Mon-Thurs) arrange school at this beachfront site. Instructors will enable them to learn melodic performance center material , and classes in moving, singing and acting come full circle in a live show. The recreation center additionally offers a play conspire, and imaginative exercises, for example, hoverboards, water planes and airbourne bows and arrows. It’s available to campers and caravan-ers, with ringer tents, vintage troops, hotels and chalets to lease. You could for example also stay at the famous holiday park nearby.


3. Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucestershire
Campers on this famous site can purchase a ranch pass (£10.50) for use all through their remain. Exercises fluctuate regularly, however may incorporate petting chicks and rabbits, bottle-sustaining sheep and children, meeting piglets, draining and shearing showings, tractor rides and encouraging the uncommon breeds. The shop offers the ranch’s own Gloucestershire Old Spot frankfurters, natural drain and hand crafted bread. There are 40 pitches for tents, troops and RVs. If you’re shopping online don’t forget to first use a discount code if buying any farm supplies from Screwfix here.

It didn’t quite make the list but Pentewan came close. Enjoy a jetset break on a camper’s budget at this five-star site with private beach and pitches metres from the sea. It offers sailing, waterskiing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddleboarding and more. It also hosts Scuba Fest, a three-day diving event, each spring. There are two indoor pools, tennis courts and a cycle trail. It is open to tents, caravans and motor homes, and there are mobile homes to rent.

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