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Top campsites and touring parks with availability

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Make the most of your free time this autumn with a break at one of these top campsites and touring parks

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Top campsites and touring parks

With availability for September and October

Make the most of your free time this autumn with a break at one of these top campsites and touring parks with availability in September and October. Just think, if you book now, you could be relaxing on one of these parks in just a few weeks’ time and enjoying some time away. Whether that be a rural retreat, a coastal escape, or a city break, there’s the ideal site for everyone in the selection included here.


Sands Caravan and Camping Site

Sands Caravan and Camping Site

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Sands Caravan and Camping Site, Gairloch, Wester Ross

With its beautiful beachside location and views across to the Isle of Skye and Outer Hebrides, this spacious, family-friendly site has something for everyone. Situated on the beautiful west coast of the Highlands of Scotland, you can set up wherever you wish in the designated areas, whether you choose a sheltered spot amongst the sand dunes or a raised pitch with unrivalled views. Sands is an ideal base to explore the best of Wester Ross, with the famous Torridon mountains to the south plus many other walks in the area, the world-renowned Inverewe Gardens to the north, and wildlife cruises.

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Garreg Goch Caravan Park

Garreg Goch Caravan Park

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Garreg Goch Caravan Park, Porthmadog, Gwynedd

All touring pitches are hardstanding and fully serviced, with water and electric hook-up as well as a grey waste drain. The touring pitches are split into two sections; one is closer to all amenities and adjacent to the play park and the other is in a more secluded location on the Beach Walk touring area.

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Atlantic Coast Holiday Park

Atlantic Coast Holiday Park

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Atlantic Coast Holiday Park, Hayle, Cornwall

Atlantic Coast Holiday Park has a secluded camping and touring area nestled beneath the sand dunes. Touring, motorhome and tent pitches are situated in a sheltered touring area next to the sand dunes, providing fully serviced and well-drained grass pitches with 16A electric hook-ups, fresh water and waste drain chemical disposal point and easy access to the toilet and shower block, launderette and a well-stocked shop.

View Atlantic Coast website


Whitby Holiday Park

Whitby Holiday Park

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Whitby Holiday Park, Whitby, North Yorkshire

Whitby Holiday Park welcomes motorhomes and tourers onto its park. This clifftop area, with some spectacular views of the North Sea and Whitby Abbey, has grass pitches and 16A electric hook-ups. The area is served by a toilet and shower block and has close access to all the park facilities. WiFi is now available throughout the park (charge applies). Dog owners are most welcome (certain breeds excluded).

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St Ives Bay Caravan Park

St Ives Bay Caravan Park

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St Ives Bay Caravan Park, Hayle, Cornwall

A beachside setting in Hayle, Cornwall. Whether you’re all piling in for a family holiday, or you want to enjoy romantic sunsets as a couple, this is the place for making memories. Drink in the views with a bite to eat and your favourite tipple at the Sands Bistro or soak up some entertainment in the Dynamite. Pitches range from standard to serviced, with facilities including shower blocks, a launderette, washing-up areas and much more. Prices from £17.50 per night.

View St Ives Bay website


Whitecliff Bay

Whitecliff Bay, Bembridge

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Whitecliff Bay, Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Buckets and spades at the ready! Prepare for a seaside holiday like no other at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight, set in a stunning location overlooking the beach. Drink in the views with a bite to eat at the Nab Bar & Eatery or soak up some entertainment in the Culver Club. Perfect pitches for you from standard to serviced, plus shower blocks, launderette, washing-up areas and much more. The site also welcomes dogs, so don’t end up in the doghouse and bring along your pooch, too! Prices from £12 per night.

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Mill Park Caravan & Camping Park

Mill Park Caravan & Camping Park

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Mill Park Caravan & Camping Park, Berrynarbor, Devon

Mill Park is a sheltered touring caravan and camping site set in an attractive wooded valley on the north Devon coast. The site has a shop, games room, laundry, and many other useful facilities such as gas changing and ice pack freezing. There is also an on-site pub. It is surrounded by attractive woodland and is an ideal family site, being just a short walk to quiet beaches. Equally near at hand is the unspoilt and breathtaking beauty of Exmoor. The nearest village, Berrynarbor, is just a five-minute walk from the site. Mill Park has current availability on hardstanding serviced pitches only.

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Fen Farm Caravan Site

Fen Farm Caravan Site

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Fen Farm Caravan Site, Mersea Island, Essex

Fen Farm is easily found with an impressive drive leading to the reception and information room. There is a fenced lily pond and an open field for dog walks. The close Essex marshes give a unique tranquil atmosphere, with the presence of many birds and wildlife. With no pool or clubhouse, a favourite occupation for children is crabbing in the creeks or marshes, or enjoying the beach and sea a few yards from the campsite. In fact, they are spoiled here, for not only is there a large modern play area, but two open fields for ball games and kite flying – not usually allowed on caravan sites.

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York Meadows Caravan Park

York Meadows Caravan Park

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York Meadows Caravan Park, York, North Yorkshire

York Meadows Caravan Park at Sheriff Hutton is set in an idyllic location surrounded by rolling farmland, nestled in the stunning and tranquil splendour of the Howardian Hills and Vale of York. Situated in a perfect area to explore the hustle and bustle of the historic city of York, or perhaps one of the greatest private residences in Britain, Castle Howard, just five miles from the park. Head to the coast, which has something to offer for all the family, or get away from it all and get back to nature, exploring the North York Moors, full of magnificent scenery.

View York Meadows website


Golden Square Caravan & Camping Park

Golden Square Caravan & Camping Park

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Golden Square Caravan & Camping Park, Helmsmey, North Yorkshire

Golden Square Caravan and Camping Park is set in a superb location in the southeast corner of the North York Moors National Park. From the warm and sheltered site, there are panoramic views across farm, forest and moorlands towards the heart of the moors. The site is interestingly laid out across three different levels, meaning even at peak times, there is still a spacious feel. Golden Square is ideal for families due to the amount of activities for children on and off the site, which includes two outdoor play areas, an indoor play area, crazy golf and a football field.

View Golden Square website


Ulwell Holiday Park

Ulwell Holiday Park

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Ulwell Holiday Park, Swanage, Dorset

Looking for an autumn getaway? Why not visit Ulwell Holiday Park? It's on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and in the Victorian seaside town of Swanage with stunning views of the Purbeck Hills, the local countryside and out to sea. On site there is a swimming pool, free of charge for site guests, a bar and restaurant selling tasty meals and refreshing drinks, and a shop that sells all the essentials as well as excellent local produce. Prices start from £18 per night in September and October. There are grass, hardstanding and fully serviced pitches.

View Ulwell Park website


Lee Valley Park

Lee Valley Park

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Lee Valley, South East

With so much to see as the seasons change, as well as action-packed activities on the doorstep, don’t miss out and book that autumn trip today. Lee Valley’s three campsites all offer great facilities and a range of accommodation options with camping pods, lodges and safari tents, alongside pitches for those with their own kit. When you book you just need a small deposit with the balance due a few days before your trip – all bookings are covered by a Flexi Booking Guarantee.

View Lee Valley website


Keal Lodge Touring Park

Keal Lodge Park

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Keal Lodge Touring Park, Deeping St James, Lincolnshire

This lovely, 11-pitch adults-only campsite is just a few minutes' walk from the village, with pubs, restaurants, shops and lovely riverbank walks. The Deepings and many of the surrounding villages have a Cotswold appearance and are steeped in history. Keal Lodge is set on the edge of flat to rolling countryside, ideal for walking and cycling. The lovely town of Stamford and Rutland Water are only a short distance away. Peterborough, Spalding and Bourne are also near. The site is dog friendly with a large paddock. Bus services and car hire are both available.

View Keal Lodge website


Cotswold Farm Park

Cotswold Farm Park

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Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Adam Henson’s site in the Cotswolds offers a range of options, from grass pitches all the way up to luxury lodges with hot tubs. While your bed and cooking options might look a bit different, all guests benefit from the stunning location, modern facilities, a circular wildlife walk that’s just on the doorstep and free access to the Farm Park from the day of arrival to departure. The rare breeds farm park is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, having originally been opened to the public in 1971 by Adam’s father, Joe Henson MBE.

View Cotswolds Farm Park website

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