Editor's pick - The top adults-only campsites
For a grown-ups-only holiday, check out our recommended campsites that are exclusively just for adults.
- Cosawes Park
- Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
- Cuckoos Corner
- Long Acres Touring Park
- South Wales Touring Park - Llwynifan Farm
- Exe Valley Caravan Site
- Run Cottage Touring Park
- Keal Lodge Caravan Park
- Trethem Mill
- Widdicombe Farm
- Parkland Caravan, Camping & Glamping Site
Introduction - Editor's picks for adult campsites
Campsites just for adults offer a tranquil retreat among other like-minded guests who enjoy child-free holidays. So, if you’re looking to take a break away without children in tow, or want a relaxing campsite just for grown-ups, have you considered a campsite exclusively for adults?
You might have older children who no longer go on holiday with you, or be having a holiday to yourself for a change. Whatever your reason for choosing a campsite that doesn’t accept children, you can take your pick from the campsites below and start planning your adults-only adventure.
Cosawes Park, Cornwall
(Photo courtesy of Cosawes Park)
Secluded and quiet, historic Cosawes Park nestles in a beautiful and easily accessed 100-acre valley, between Truro and Falmouth, and is an oasis of natural landscaping. Undeniably set in a very pretty location, and benefiting from superb, award-winning facilities, Cosawes Park is open all year round and, from 1 March, 2022, will be excusively for adults only.
The campsite is centrally positioned between the cathedral city of Truro and the coastal town of Falmouth, making it a great base to explore the county. Local supermarkets, eateries, public transport routes, cycle paths and walks make Cosawes the perfect location for a relaxing break.
Find out more: Cosawes Park
Bath Chew Valley, Somerset
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Bath Chew Valley’s pitches are each set in their own private area, giving an intimate feel. The tranquil location, within 800 yards of Chew Valley Lake and nature reserve, is further enhanced by the car-free touring area (towed and tow vehicles are moved to the on-site car park after pitching up). There’s a good local bus service from the village with routes to Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and, of course, the historic city of Bath. The city offers many famous attractions including the Roman Baths, Royal Crescent and Abbey. There is also a wealth of great places to eat and enjoy a night out.
All pitches at Bath Chew have electric hook-up with hardstanding. Site facilities include individual bathroom suites, accessible facilities, a launderette and dog-walking area. A shop and pub/restaurant are a short distance away in the village.
Find out more: Bath Chew Valley
Cuckoo's Corner, Herefordshire
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This is a small, adults-only campsite just three miles north of Hereford. There are 16 hardstanding pitches with electric hook-up, eight of which are 45 feet (14m) long for larger units. The campsite has showers and toilets, plus private shower rooms. Within easy reach of the campsite are pubs serving food and a fish and chip shop. A bus stop is adjacent, which makes getting into the city of Hereford easy.
The nearby River Wye offers fishing or you can take to the water in a canoe or kayak. Other leisure options include a choice of walks, or cycling, in the local area, and Hereford Racecourse is five minutes away. You can also visit Hay on-Wye, renowned for its many bookshops – there are over 20!
Note this campsite is accessed directly off the main road but sat-navs may mistakenly direct you down a side road that shares the same postcode.
Find out more: Cuckoo's Corner
Long Acres Touring Park, Lincolnshire
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This 40-pitch touring campsite is perfect for anyone wanting to get away from their busy day-to-day life in order to chill out and relax in peace and tranquillity. The rural location of Long Acres, in the Lincolnshire fenland countryside, near the village of Old Leake, is the ideal place.
Boston is a local market town, just eight miles away, offering shops, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants. For a day at the coast, it’s just 17 miles to Skegness, where you can enjoy the beach and a large helping of fish and chips! Nature lovers can head to the Wash, just a few miles away. Here you can visit the RSPB’s renowned Freiston Shore or Frampton Marsh, and other nature reserves like Gibraltar Point and Snipe Dales. The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby is also a must-visit for plane and wartime enthusiasts.
Pitches on the campsite are hardstanding with electric hook-up. There is a toilet and shower block, a laundry room, accessible facilities and a small dog exercise area.
Find out more: Long Acres Touring Park
South Wales Touring Park - Llwynifan Farm, Carmarthenshire
(Photo courtesy of Llwynifan Farm)
Providing an excellent base to explore the Gower Peninsula, the Brecon Beacons and local retail parks, Llwynifan Farm offers beautifully landscaped pitches with far-reaching views across the Loughor Estuary.
This four-star, award-winning, adults-only campsite is just a mile off the M4 and a 15-minute drive from the south Wales coast.
Pitches are arranged across three tiers to provide level bases and make the most of those views, and all have electric hook-up – some fully serviced pitches are also available and standard pitches are open all year. The facilities include individual shower rooms, vanity units and a laundry. Dogs are welcome, there's a dog shower area, free WiFi and a bus stop close by.
Find out more: Llwynifan Farm
Exe Valley Caravan Site, Somerset
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In the heart of Exmoor National Park lies the award-winning Exe Valley Caravan Site. Nestling among a fold of trees, with the Mill House as its backdrop, it is beautiful, peaceful, clean, and happy.
This adults-only campsite is set on four acres of well-kept grass and hardstandings. Each of the 50 pitches is either situated next to the River Exe or the gentle mill stream. There are ample electric and television hook-ups, an on-site shop for food, alcohol and camping assessories, heated toilet and shower facilities, and the WiFi is excellent.
The area offers many pubs serving real ale and good food, whilst red deer, kingfishers and otters can be spotted from the campsite.
Find out more: Exe Valley Caravan Site
Run Cottage Touring Park, Suffolk
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Situated on Suffolk's beautiful heritage coast near the small market town of Woodbridge, this adults-only, family-run campsite is in a pleasant parkland setting. Run Cottage Touring Park offers 45 pitches, all with electric hook-ups, 20 serviced pitches and glamping pods.
There's attractive landscaping throughout, with flower beds and an ornate lily pond. This lovely, rural campsite is ideally situated for walking, cycling and birdwatching. It has a dog exercise area and superb modern toilet block.
The village shop and pub are within easy walking distance. The campsite is just 1½ miles from a shingle beach and close to the fantastic RSPB Minsmere coastal nature reserve and the National Trust's Sutton Hoo historical site.
Find out more: Run Cottage Touring Park
Keal Lodge Caravan Park, Lincolnshire
(Photo courtesy of Keal Lodge Caravan Park)
The rural location of this 11-pitch adults-only campsite, a few minutes’ walk from the village (with pubs, restaurants, shops and riverbank walks) makes it ideal for relaxing, tranquil breaks. Pitches are fully serviced with free WiFi.
There is a large exercise paddock for dogs. For those with motorhomes a bus service and car hire are available nearby for when you want to explore off site. Keal Lodge is set where flat land meets rolling countryside, ideal for walking and cycling.
The famously beautiful historic town of Stamford is a short distance away, and for waymarked walks, defined cycle routes and water sports, try Rutland Water. The cathedral city of Peterborough is also within easy reach.
Find out more: Keal Lodge Caravan Park
Trethem Mill, Cornwall
(Photo courtesy of Trethem Mill)
A multi-award-winning five-star park for adults only. Nestling in a valley, surrounded by farmland, in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the stunning south coast of Cornwall. There are 84 pitches suitable for caravans, motorhomes and tents.
Just three miles from the quaint fishing villages of St Mawes and Portscatho, yet only a mile from the sea, within easy reach of many places of interest.
Trethem Mill has been awarded the AA Platinum Award and the Enjoy England Gold Award for exceptional quality and service beyond the usual five-star rating.
Find out more: Trethem Mill
Widdicombe Farm Touring Park, Devon
(Photo courtesy of Widdicombe Farm)
Widdicombe Farm is exclusively for adults, set in the heart of the English Riviera on the south Devon Coast, offering standard all-weather pitches with electric or you can upgrade to a full service or a premium pitch.
Gordon's Bar is a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy the entertainment or have drink and a natter. Poppy's Restaurant is cosy and comfortable and offers daily home-made specials at affordable prices or choose something special from the menu. The small shop sells essentials and lovely local gifts.
Widdicombe Farm is on the doorsteps of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham towns, beaches and harbours or take a short drive into the country and relax.
Find out more: Widdicombe Farm Touring Park
Parkland Caravan, Camping & Glamping Site, Devon
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A traditional, warm Devon welcome awaits you at Parkland, a premier AA five-gold-pennant adults-only campsite. Open all year, the campsite is set within three acres of mature landscaped grounds backed by Devon hedgerows abundant with wildlife.
Standard, premier (private facilities) and deluxe extra-large pitches (private facilities) are available for touring and camping. All pitches are fully serviced with electric hook-up, water and drainage along with your own picnic bench. Parkland also offers a variety of glamping options, why not try a pod, cabin or shepherds hut? The campsite has high-quality modern amenities, including a licensed shop.
Set within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Parkland is an excellent base for exploring the stunning area. Explore the market town of Kingsbridge, historic Dartmouth, Totnes and of course Salcombe.
Find out more: Parkland Caravan, Camping & Glamping Site
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