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The best campsites close to the UK’s best theme parks


From rides and attractions to animals, experiences and yummy treats, the following days out are sure to have something for everyone

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The best campsites to stay at while visiting the UK's top theme parks

Camping and theme parks go together like James Bond and martinis. And you can be certain that they’ll all leave you shaken and stirred!

Several theme parks have their own campsites, meaning you can pitch up on their doorstep and be first in line when the doors open in the morning. If finances allow it, you can also visit multiple parks from the same campsite base. The Horsley Camping and Caravanning Club site in Surrey for example, is in a perfect position to allow trips to Legoland, Chessington World of Adventure and Thorpe Park.

On the subject of finances, theme parks are not particularly cheap so it is essential that you keep a keen your eye out for special offers. There are often two-for-one ticket offers and you can also get cheap tickets online.

So strap yourself in for a whirlwind guide to Britain’s biggest and best theme parks, along with some ideas for where to pitch up.

#1 Alton Towers

Alton Towers

(Photo courtesy of Alton Towers)

Where is it?


About Alton Towers

Ask anyone to name a British theme park and chances are their first response will be Alton Towers. It is one of the UK’s most visited theme parks and one of the most popular in Europe, too.

What to do

Much of that popularity is down to the quality of the rides. Nemesis, Oblivion, Galactica, Rita, and Th13teen are currently the major attractions and, if you’re a fan of terror-inducing, white-knuckle rides, then you’ll love them. There are some of us who prefer to keep our feet firmly on the ground, but the variety of attractions on offer at Alton Towers means there’s still plenty to do. In fact, I still insist the highlight of our visit was my basketball shot triumph. That reminds me... whatever happened to that giant orange monkey that I won?

All age groups are well catered for at Alton Towers... the youngest children will love CBeebies Land, and there are plenty of rides for older children, even if they’re not quite up to going on the scariest roller coasters.

When to visit

At busy times – bank holidays and during school holidays especially – you’ll have to wait in lengthy queues so arriving as early as possible is highly recommended. And here’s where caravanning can give you a head start on other visitors. The Camping and Caravanning Club has an excellent site virtually at the front door of the theme park, meaning you can easily be at the gates bang on 10am for opening time. A good tip we always follow is to rush straight to the rides at the back of the park and work our way back towards the front. The theory is that you’ll get on the most popular rides before the crowds arrive then hit the less busy ones later, while everyone else is flocking to the bigger, star attractions.

The Waterpark attraction is also well worth a visit. You could easily spend a day here – and, in fact, on our last visit we did, taking advantage of the fact that we were camping nearby. There’s a host of high-speed water slides and flumes including the Master Blaster water coaster, which will send you hurtling around the waterpark at breakneck speed.

Alton Towers is in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside and the winding country roads leading to the park can quickly snarl up at peak times. That makes camping close to the site all the more appealing. And not only do you avoid the annoying traffic jams but you can enjoy spectacular views from the campsite over the beautiful countryside.

How much is it?

Buying advance tickets online will be cheaper than the prices at the door – £38 instead of £65 for an adult ticket. But also keep an eye open in the supermarket for special offer vouchers on some products throughout the year. These can give you really good deals – including two for the price of one.

Where to stay when visiting Alton Towers

Alton, The Star

The 195 pitches are spread over two fields, with the top field catering for tents. Most of the site is on a slope, although there are a few flat pitches and the views over the surrounding countryside are spectacular. As well as the location being little over a mile from Alton Towers’ main gate, a big attraction is the well-equipped children’s playground, which is located right in the heart of the site. If you want to explore more than just the theme park, the site is ideal as a base for visiting the Peak District National Park.

Contact details:
Star Road, Cotton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST10 3DW
01538 702219
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#2 Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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Where is it?


About Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but 17 million visitors can’t be wrong. That’s how many tourists flock to the Las Vegas of the north every year, making it easily the most popular seaside resort in the country.

A good few million of those visitors also make it to the family-run Pleasure Beach, where they can ride on attractions like The Big One (Britain’s tallest roller coaster), Valhalla (which has been reimagined for 2022), and Avalanche, not to mention the classic wooden Big Dipper which has been causing stomachs to lurch since the 1920s.

What to do

Technically the Pleasure Beach is an amusement park rather than a theme park, but 2011 saw the opening of Nickelodeon Land, which, as the name would suggest, is themed around the kids’ TV channel.

For the uninitiated, Nickelodeon is the home of SpongeBob Square Pants and, when you enter this part of the park it feels like you’ve just stepped into an episode of the cartoon. Like the show, the whole place is in vivid technicolour, with bright yellows, blues and pinks everywhere.

The rides are all aimed at children, so there’s nothing massively scary, but there’s enough to keep young (and not-so-young) thrill-seekers happy. The big rides are Avatar Airbender, the Streak roller coaster and the Rugrats Lost River log flume but there are other attractions themed around TV favourites like Dora, Diego, the Wonder Pets, the Backyardigans and, of course, SpongeBob and friends.

The park reminded us of Disneyland in miniature, especially with characters milling around meeting young fans and the Nickelodeon shop selling just about every piece of SpongeBob memorabilia imaginable. We visited on a glorious Saturday in November and it was still very busy, but getting there early meant we had a couple of hours of short queues before the crowds arrived in force.

One of the big advantages of Nickelodeon Land is the fact that it is part of the Pleasure Beach, so you have access to all those ‘grown-up’ rides, too. And, unlike most theme parks, you are almost in the centre of town so you can take advantage of everything Blackpool has to offer as well.

How much are tickets?

Wristbands giving you access to the Pleasure Beach and unlimited rides on all the attractions can be bought in advance online or at the park on the day. It’s usually cheaper to buy online. Family wristbands are also available.

Where to stay when visiting Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool South Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Ideal when visiting the pleasure beach, this campsite is only a 10-minute drive away. It has a playground on site and horse riding based around the corner, to entertain the family. As well as the sites of Blackpool, there is also the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Park to see and many shops, restaurants and walks to explore. Facilities include a toilet block, family washroom, WiFi, laundry, dishwashing area, dog walk on site, electric hook-up available and accessible facilities.

Contact details:
Cropper Road, Marton, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5LB
01253 762051
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#3 Thorpe Park

Thorpe Park

(Photo courtesy of Thorpe Park)

Where is it?


About Thorpe Park

While Legoland, Chessington and Wicksteed are more targeted at younger families, Thorpe Park has firmly set its sights on the older, more demanding thrill-seeker.

What to do

The SAW ride – themed around the horror film series – is billed as the scariest roller coaster in the world, while Stealth, which accelerates to 80 miles per hour in around 1.9 seconds, once held the title of the fastest. Other monsters include Nemesis Inferno, Storm Surge and The Swarm. The Swarm is the UK’s first winged roller coaster, described as “a death-defying flight through apocalyptic devastation”. It also features a headfirst drop from 39m. Er, anyone need me to hold their jacket?

There are plenty of restaurants and shops here including The Veggie Box, Sombrero’s Street Food, Wilderness Bar and Kitchen, Amity Kebabs, a pizza takeaway and even a bar, The Huntsman’s Arms.

Check the website for the upcoming special events throughout the year and, if you can handle it, head to the Halloween event, ‘Fright Nights’.

How much are tickets?

As with the other big theme parks, booking tickets online in advance is the way to go to avoid having to pay full price. Discounts of up to 37% are available, with an adult ticket costing £39 on the website, compared to paying £59 at the gate. If weather affects the ride offering for an hour or more, use the Island Return Guarantee where you can go back for free on selected dates.

Where to stay when visiting Thorpe Park

Chertsey Camping And Caravanning Club Site

This is an attractive, well-sheltered site, with the sort of facilities that you’d expect from the Camping and Caravanning Club. However, it is its location that makes it highly recommended for theme park campers. This campsite is right on the doorstep of Thorpe Park but is also handy for Legoland and Chessington, making it an ideal base if you want to spend a week or so hitting the different theme parks. As all three parks are run by the same company, Merlin, it’s possible to buy a season ticket that would make multiple visits a much more affordable prospect.

Contact details:
Bridge Road, Bridge Road, Surrey KT16 8JX
01932 562405
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#4 Legoland


(Photo courtesy of Legoland)

Where is it?


About Legoland

If you’ve ever suffered the agony of stepping on an upturned toy brick in your bare feet, you’ll understand why we were slightly prejudiced against Lego ahead of our visit to its Windsor theme park. I know it’s irrational, but the mere sight of one of those little knobbly pieces of plastic is enough to send shooting pains through my foot. The thought of being surrounded by giant versions of these instruments of torture for a whole day had me in a cold sweat.

Thankfully the people who run Legoland are much better at keeping the floor clear of bricks than most children. In fact, the park was absolutely spotless during our visit – no mean feat at the height of the summer season when tens of thousands of visitors pass through the gates every day.

What to do

Legoland had always been one of those places that I had never really been sure about. Was it a theme park with rides and attractions or some sort of giant model village? Well, in reality it’s a bit of both. Miniland, as the name would suggest, is a miniature world in Lego form, featuring towns and cities made out of 40 million bricks.

Another land is Lego Mythica and, new for 2022, is the Magical Forest where you can explore with all the family, discovering the magnificent creatures and woodland.

Unsurprisingly, there are lots more Lego structures dotted around the site but there are also plenty of exciting rides to enjoy. This is very much a child-friendly theme park, so there are no rides with the fear factor of some of the Alton Towers roller coasters. That’s not to say they are boring – there’s plenty of thrills and spills to be had, not to mention the odd bellyache. Especially if you eat lunch just before getting on board the swinging pirate ship, the Jolly Rocker.

How much are tickets?

The website offers a reduction in ticket price when buying online, from £32 when booked in advance. Student discounts, adult and pre-schooler days out and annual passes are also available.

Where to stay when visiting Legoland

Hurley Riverside Park

With plenty to do on and off the park, there is enough to keep the whole family occupied. There are nature trails and table tennis, you can rent a canoe or paddleboard and there’s wildlife to see. As well as being around 11 miles from Legoland, it is also close to Marlow, Oxford and Henley, plus local pubs, restaurants, museums and railways.

Contact details:
Berkshire, SL6 5NE
01628 823501
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#5 Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor

(Photo courtesy of Drayton Manor)

Where is it?

Near Tamworth,

About Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor is home to Thomas the Tank Engine and this fact alone would be enough to guarantee that the place is packed with youngsters by the carriage-load. Thomas remains massively popular with the pre-school set and, as a result, Thomas Land is a major attraction for families.

It features more than 25 rides and attractions based on the series about the little blue engine and his railway pals – including Cranky’s Drop Tower and the Troublesome Trucks Coaster, Blue Mountain Engines and Harold’s Helicopter Tours.

What to do

Drayton Manor is not just for kids. It also has a selection of thrill rides – all of which boast terrifying-sounding names. You don’t need to be a genius to work out that Apocalypse, Shockwave, Thor, Accelerator, Stormforce 10 and Maelstrom are not for the faint-hearted.

There’s also a 15-acre zoo within the theme park’s grounds, which houses over 500 animals from all around the world, including a Sumatran tiger, Northern lynx, monkeys, meerkats and tapir, as well as various birds of prey and reptiles. With many being endangered species, it has conservation projects that animal lovers can support and learn about.

After all that exploring there are also plenty of places to get some food and drink, including family favourites like fish ‘n’ chips, pizza and pasta.

How much are tickets?

Book your tickets in advance and you can get up to 30% off the gate price with main season tickets from £27.50 for adults. Look online for family tickets and deals.

Where to stay when visiting Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor Campsite

As well as being ideal for families wanting to make the most of Drayton Manor’s attractions, this Camping and Caravanning Club site is also a useful base to discover more of the local area, including SnowDome in Tamworth, the National Forest and Lichfield Cathedral.

Contact details:
Drayton Manor, near Tamworth, Staffordshire B78 3TW
01827 260617
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#6 Chessington World Of Adventures

Chessington World Of Adventures

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Where is it?


About Chessington

Ten themed lands, a zoo and a sea life centre make this a theme park with a distinctly wild feel about it. Just 12 miles from the centre of London, it started out purely as a zoo before World War 2 but, in a bid to reverse declining visitor numbers, it was developed as a theme park in the 1980s.

What to do

There are live shows, character meet and greets and plenty of entertainment on the side. Personally, I’m not a big fan of zoos but the theme park side of the attraction has plenty going on in its own right, including a good selection of thrill rides and roller coasters – all aimed at the family market.

The spinning roller coaster, Dragon’s Fury, is probably the star attraction at the park, reaching speeds of 45mph and heights of 18m. It might not be one for the hardcore thrill-seeker but younger visitors will find it exhilarating. Other popular rides include Tiger Rock, Vampire and, new for 2021, was the Croc Drop which was the first new ride since 2013! For younger visitors there’s Amazu, Dragon’s Playhouse and the Sea Dragons.

How much are tickets?

Discounts of up to 37% are available if you book in advance on the park website. Another benefit of getting advance tickets online or on the phone is that you can take advantage of the Rainy Day offer. If it rains for one hour or more during a visit between March and August, the park will guarantee you a free return visit. These are limited to certain times of the year, but, given the British summertime, this still seems like a very generous offer.

Where to stay when visiting Chessington

Laleham Camping Club

Around 20 minutes' drive away from Chessington, Laleham Camping Club, which was formed in 1973 and is run by its members for its members and fellow campers, manages the site. Temporary membership is included in site fees. The club runs social events and entertainment throughout the year, open to all campers.

Vehicles are only allowed onto the site for unloading and loading of caravans and equipment. Laleham village has a local shop and nearby Chertsey has supermarkets as well as pubs that serve food. Chertsey has a Sainsbury's and a Co-pp. London is only 30 minutes away.

Contact details:
Thameside, Laleham, Middlesex, Staffordshire TW18 1SS
01932 564149
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#7 Crealy Theme Park And Resort

Crealy Theme Park And Resort

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Where is it?

Sidmouth Road,

About Crealy Theme Park

Having the ‘most rides in Devon’, award-winning Crealy Theme Park is the biggest family theme park in Devon and is sure to entertain everyone for the whole day. It has over 60 rides and attractions, live shows, several animals to see and much more.

What to do

New for 2022, Sooty Land is based around the long-running TV show and provides fun for the whole family with live theatre performances of The Sooty Show, new rides, Sweep’s Flying Circus, Soo’s Sweet Balloon Ride and plenty more!

Animal lovers can go to see the array of animals including Shetland ponies, alpacas, emus, meerkats and tortoises. Plus, over 200 farm and zoo animals.

If water is your thing, head to the Soak Zone, Tidal Wave Log Flume, or Vortex, which is a water coaster consisting of three different slides named Venom, Vertigo and Viper. Try them all and pick your favourite!

The fun doesn’t have to stop if it rains, either, as there is a lot of indoor fun to be had with the Lost World of Atlantis, Jungle Journey, an Adventure Zone and The Pier, which is Crealy’s nautical-themed seaside pier home to lots of games to play and, if you wanted to pick up a memento or gift, Sooty’s Store.

After all that exploring there are also plenty of places to get some food and drink, including Blackbeard’s Chicken Shack, Adventurers’ Pizza, Seaside Spuds, and, if you want even more of Sooty and the gang, Sooty’s Diner, Sweep’s Hot Dogs and Soo’s Café!

Not to mention the Donut Stop located next to the gift shop...

How much are tickets?

Crealy offers Platinum, Gold and Silver annual passes and cheaper tickets for younger members of the family. Ticket prices can vary depending on what time of year it is but all information can be found online. All tickets must be booked online in advance and children under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Although the family dog can’t attend the theme park, dog kennels are provided for them if they’re on holiday with you.


Where to stay when visiting Crealy Theme Park and Resort

Crealy Campsite

Surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside and being right next door to Crealy Theme Park, it is the perfect place to set up camp. There is a clubhouse serving food and drink and it also provides evening entertainment. It also has a Multi Sports Court and Adventure Golf Course, as well as being in the centre of Devon – plenty to keep you busy!

Contact details:
Sidmouth Road, Exeter, Devon EX51DR
01395 233200
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#8 Gulliver’s Land Theme Park And Resort

Gulliver’s Land Theme Park And Resort

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Where is it?

Milton Keynes,

About Gulliver’s Land Theme Park and Resort

With a great selection of rides, shows and attractions, Gulliver’s Land is a family-run theme park designed for children aged between two and 13 that has been running for more than 40 years. On the map you will find Adventure Land, Lilliput Land, Gully Town and Toy Land, all with different rides and attractions focused around the family.

What to do

There are lots of fun family rides to choose from, such as the popular Runaway Train in Discovery Bay and Adventure Land’s Jungle River Ride – but be warned, you might get wet! Glide through the air on the Tree Top Swings, and who doesn’t love a pirate ship ride? You can jump aboard the Gulliver’s Buccaneer which picks up speed as it swings back and forth getting higher and higher!

You will also find fun activities such as the Adventure Land Maze, Monkey Climb, Forest Ball Climb, The Enchanted Forest, Sand Dig and also some rides and play zones that are designed specifically for toddlers. Look out for the upcoming events, too, which will be popping up throughout the year.

When it comes to lunchtime there is a good choice of food, from burgers, hot dogs and chicken nuggets to fish and chips, pizza and also healthy eating options.

As well as the theme park there are resort activities, too, including Dinosaur and Farm Park, SplashZone and The SFear, which is a high rope attraction. However, tickets to these are separate to the theme park price.

How much are tickets?

With online or online advance prices, you can save money on your tickets here if you buy at least two days in advance. There are park day and annual tickets and lower prices for seniors, children under 90cm in height and also concessions, as well as free parking. Remember to take a look at the special offers page, too, for up-to-date discounts.


Where to stay when visiting Gulliver’s Land Theme Park

Gulliver's Meadow Campsite

On Gullivers’ 90-pitch campsite there are choices of both grass and hardstanding pitches and modern facilities. As well as being on the doorstep of the theme park and resort activities, it takes around 30 minutes to drive to Northampton and is just a seven-minute drive to Milton Keynes.

Livingstone Drive, Newlands, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK15 0DT
01908 609001
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#9 Wicksteed Park

Wicksteed Park

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Where is it?


About Wicksteed Park

Since 1921, Wicksteed Park has been providing a great day out for families, making it the oldest theme park in the UK. Its founder, Charles Wicksteed bought the land in 1913 and today there are four exciting areas to explore, the Adventure, Thrill, Heritage and Splash zones.

What to do

Adventure Land is home to Meerkat Manor, Clown Coaster, Tree Top Walk, an aviary, and the Lighthouse which is another exciting ride at the park. Thrill Land has Rocky River Falls, Galaxy Invaders, Dinosaur Valley, dodgems and more. The Heritage Zone includes the railway, traditional playground, carousel, Sway Rider and lakeside walks. You will find the world’s oldest chute in the Splash Zone as well as sand and water play which is bound to keep the kids entertained, and lake boats for both adults and children.

It also has Classic Cars, which is a vintage car ride where children can pick their favourite car and drive around the old-fashioned English countryside setting. Spiffing!

Treat the whole family by visiting one of the cafés or restaurants here. You will be spoilt for choice with the Carousel Café, Peacock Café, Franks Burgers or Fish and Chips or pop to the ice cream parlour for a sweet treat.

With park and lake walks as well as events throughout the year and plenty of history to soak up/learn about/take in, there is sure to be something for everyone here.

How much are tickets?

Wristbands and tickets can be purchased online or from ticket offices that are located at the park on the day. If you buy ride tickets, these are one ticket per person, per ride for all rides in the park and £2.50 each. Or you can purchase a wristband for the day in advance online for £20.


Where to stay when visiting Wicksteed Park

Wicksteed Park

With picturesque pitches overlooking the lake and waking up right next to the park action, it is a great place to stay to enjoy Wicksteed to its fullest! They even have a second-day discount on their wristbands making a whole weekend of fun possible.

Barton Rd, Kettering, NN15 6NJ
01536 512475
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#10 Flamingo Land

Flamingo Land

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Where is it?


About Flamingo Land

As well as being a great theme park with plenty of record-breaking rides, Flamingo Land is also an award-winning zoo with more than 140 species of reptiles, mammals and birds. It has eight themed areas including a water zone, Splosh, The Lost Kingdom and Children’s Planet. It really is a treat for the whole family with so much to explore.

What to do

One for the thrill-seekers... Mumbo Jumbo was created using the latest coaster technology, and its 112-degree vertical drop saw it at one point being the steepest roller coaster made from steel. Cliff Hanger is another one for visitors with nerves of steel and takes the prize for the highest drop ride in the UK – yikes! Flamingo Land also has the UK’s first and only motorbike launch coaster, Velocity.

If you are looking for something a little more family friendly, head to the Lost River Ride, Cyclosoar or Twistosaurus, where there are plenty of twists and turns and excitement. There are also a number of rides specifically for the youngsters, so there’s a good mix for every member of the family. Ready for some food now? There are plenty of food and drink choices to pick from as well, with places serving curry, Chinese takeaway, pizza, fish and chips and burgers. There is also a Gourmet Grill, The Diner, Pitcher’s Sports Bar and Metropolis Bar & Grill, which provides a little more luxury at lunchtime.

Make sure to check what shows are on, as there are plenty of experiences to get involved in and events planned throughout the year. And for the animal lovers in the group, don’t forget the animal talks and feeding times. There is also daily news to view on the website which can let you know about any baby animals being born.

How much are tickets?

It is best to check the Flamingo Land website for ticket pricing as rates change throughout the year. However, like most of the parks we have spoken about, buying online in advance gives you a discount. Children under the age of three go free and senior citizens have a different standard rate. A standard ticket in advance will cost around £37.50, compared to paying £49 on the day.


Where to stay when visiting Flamingo Land

St Helens In The Park

Situated just six miles from Scarborough, this 36-acre park provides an attractive, relaxed base to stay. There are over 100 touring pitches and it has plenty of facilities on site. It is around a half-hour drive from Flamingo Land, perfect if you do want to step away from the hustle and bustle but close enough to enjoy your day out.

Contact details:
Wykeham Estate, Wykeham, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO13 9QD
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