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The top campsites for spring walks

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Get out and about and enjoy the milder temperatures and the colours of spring with these sites that are ideal for walking.

Kelling Heath Holiday Park, Norfolk
Close to the North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne and set amongst 300 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Longnor Wood Holiday Park, Derbyshire
An adults only site in a rural setting in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Panoramic views of the moors.

Shepherds View Holidays, Cumbria
A small family run site in a quiet corner of West Cumbria, ideal for a peaceful break away and close to the start of Hadrian's Cycleway.

Castle Brake Holiday Park, Devon
A rural site just a short drive to the Jurassic Coast beaches at Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth.

Smytham Holiday Park, Devon
A site with en-suite grass and hardstanding pitches with access to the Tarka Trail and ideal for nature lovers.

Blair Castle Caravan Park, Scotland
A picturesque park situated in the grounds of Blair Castle with nine acres of green open space. 40 miles of trails around the estate, accessible directly from the park.

Ballyness Caravan Park, Ireland
Multi-award winning caravan park on the beautiful North Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland. Near to the Giant's Causeway and Old Bushmills Distillery.

Little Satmar Holiday Park, Kent
Little Satmar is a quiet, peaceful park just a short walk away from the beautiful cliff top paths and splendid views across the English Channel.

Rutland Caravan & Camping Park, Rutland
A rural campsite, open all year, with adult only and family friendly areas along with an indoor swimming pool. Close to Rutland Water.

Garreg Goch, Wales
Garreg Goch is situated just 10 minutes' walk from the wide open beach of Black Rock sands, with fantastic views across to Harlech with its famous castle and along the coast to Criccieth.

Tanner Farm, Kent
Set amid glorious Kent countryside – with many dog-friendly walks leading direct from the park, through woodland, orchards and farmland.

Bagwell Farm Touring Park, Dorset
A family run park set in a quiet valley, within five miles of Weymouth’s sandy beach. Just a short walk to the South West Coast Path and the Fleet Lagoon on the Jurassic Coast.

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