Open All Year Campsites for Caravans
Open all year campsites mean lower prices, quieter times and a wintry but warm wonderland in your caravan
The Sandringham Estate Caravan Club Campsite, Norfolk
Glucksburg Woods, Sandringham, Norfolk PE35 6EZ
T:01553 631614 W:www.caravanclub.co.uk
This Club Campsite is located in the heart of the Royal Estate of Sandringham and has plenty of facilities and activities to keep everyone happy. Things to do include numerous walking trails, a land train ride, adventure playground and a Visitors’ Centre with a tea room and gift shop which are open all year round. Sandringham House itself is open between Easter and October as are the museum, grounds and country park. Just 250 yards from the campsite is a small convenience store and the town of King’s Lynn is only six miles away. The caravan park also gives you easy access to the seaside resort of Hunstanton, which offers a sandy beach, cliffs and Sea Life Centre. Public transport is available from the campsite entrance too.
Cove Road, Silverdale, Nr Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 0SH
T:01524 701508 W:www.holgates.co.uk
Silverdale is situated in over 100 acres of woodland and countryside and overlooks Morecambe Bay in the distance. There’s lots to do on this campsite including coastal walks, a pool, games room, adventure playgrounds and sauna. There’s also a shop on the campsite and a restaurant and bar which serves meals and snacks all day. Included in the pitch charge is use of the on-site swimming pool, sauna, steam room and spa pool. There’s also a gym here but extra charges apply. The pretty coastal village of Silverdale is a 20-minute walk away and the Lakes, Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland are all easily accessible. The touring pitches are hardstanding and have electric and TV connection along with their own water supply. The campsite has great open views and a feeling of spaciousness about it too.
Ardgartan Campsite, Scotland
Arrochar, Dunbartonshire, Scotland G83 7AR
T:01301 702293 W:www.campingintheforest.co.uk
There are 100 pitches at Ardgartan Campsite, comprising of standard, premium and select pitches. The whole campsite was recently refurbished and it now offers a café and shop on site along with toilet and shower blocks. The campsite is perfect for walkers, being between the shores of Loch Long and the Argyll Forest Park. There are great views across the Loch and out towards the mountains. Water sport enthusiasts will love Loch Lomond Shores, where you can enjoy canoeing, kayaking and pedal boats, and also shop and eat to your heart’s content. For a more relaxing time you can simply enjoy walking or cycling among the natural environment of the forest park.
Canterbury Camping & Caravanning Club Site, Kent
Bekesbourne Lane, Canterbury, Kent CT3 4AB
T:01227 463216 W:www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
This beautiful campsite offers the ultimate to the caravanner who likes to combine a peaceful, quiet holiday with sightseeing, for this gives you both. The campsite offers a rare opportunity for a visit to such a famous city and outside the gates a bus stops at frequent intervals. For the more energetic, it’s only a short walk into the centre of the city, with its famous cathedral, narrow cobbled streets and modern shopping precincts. For a trip to the sea, the sandy beaches of Margate and Broadstairs are a short car ride away, whilst the campsite is a great stopover when travelling from either of the channel ports of Dover and Folkestone.
Brecon Road, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales SA20 0RD
T:01550 721021 W:www.erwlon.co.uk
The campsite at Erwlon sits on the edge of the Brecon Beacons and the Cambrian Mountains and is a quiet, natural retreat. Fully serviced hardstanding pitches are available and the impressive facilities block is an award-winning one. For children there’s a great outdoor play area and plenty of space to run around. Although there’s no shop on the campsite, the nearby town of Llandovery is a short walk away and is a picturesque town with a castle framing the background. It offers a choice of shops, cafes and pubs. If you don’t want to walk into town, the site also offers bike hire and its location makes it an ideal base for further exploration of the Brecon Beacons.
Tudor Caravan Park, Gloucestershire
Shepherds Patch, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire GL2 7BP
T:01453 890483 W:www.tudorcaravanpark.co.uk
Set alongside the Gloucester to Shipness canal, nestled between the River Severn and the Cotswolds, this campsite has two touring fields - one for families and one for adults only. The toilet block is a new luxury one and adjacent to the campsite is the Tudor Arms pub and restaurant. There’s also a boatyard nearby with a shop and café which serves food all day. Locally boats and bikes can be hired for you to make the most of this unique location, which consists of 16 miles of canal to explore as well as fishing. Also within walking distance is the Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust - a nature reserve that is home to many thousands of migratory birds and a massive collection of resident ducks and swans.
Camping Riaza, Spain
Carretera de la Estación s/n, 40500 Riaza, Segovia, Spain
T:0034 921 550 580 W:www.camping-riaza.com
This campsite is in an excellent location - close to the major roads, with a cultural town nearby, yet also in a beautiful countryside location with a variety of walks, sports and sightseeing available. The facilities offered include washrooms, showers, a supermarket, café, restaurant and grill, along with a children’s playground, swimming pool and sports area.
In the local area is La Pinilla ski resort and the town of Riaza which is of medieval origin, with a gothic church and buildings, along with places to eat and drink. There are many walks in the surrounding mountains and the whole area is rich in castles and fortresses. The location of this campsite also means it is only an hour’s drive to Madrid by motorway or the local train station is close by if you would prefer not to drive.
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