how to find the best campsites
Looking for a campsite for your next campervan adventure? One of the best things about campervan life is being able to pull up and camp wherever you like - within reason! Wild camping is becoming increasingly popular, Aires are starting to be introduced in Scotland, and many campsites offer extra facilities to make your adventures even more comfortable.
There are plenty of apps out there to help you find a campsite and book at the click of a button, but having a personal recommendation is always best - why not try some of these campsites recommended by our friends at Sussex Campervans?
The Easter holidays mark the beginning of the touring season for many campervanners - the start of longer Summer days and brighter evenings. Here are our favourite campsites, ideal for families with younger children.
In summertime, when wild camping is easy, campsites might feel like an optional luxury. But in the winter… there is nothing better than a full facility campsite with hot showers. Here’s our winter pick of campsites for adults, that look after you all year round.
The nights are drawing in, so it’s the perfect season for gathering around a camp fire, toasting chestnuts and marshmallows, sharing stories, exchanging banter and singing songs. Here’s our selection of top campsites for camp fires.
Going abroad this year? No, nor are we, so how about a campervan trip to the lovely Isle of Wight?
Amid all the excitement about soon being able to travel within the UK again, we are looking forward to touring the enchantingly beautiful Cotswolds this spring.
The National Trust has hundreds of beautiful homes, castles and gardens to visit across the UK, making it a very popular destination for many campervan owners. Once you have exhausted the National Trust places in your local area, an adventure further afield may be in order! But where do you stay?
The south-east is one of the most visited areas of England, mainly due to it's close proximity to London. Also attracting visitors are the varied natural landscapes, luxurious stately homes, historic towns and cities and globally-renowned gardens. Exploring this area in a campervan is one of the easiest ways to take in all that 'The Beautiful South' has to offer. Here are our five favourite campsites.
North Wales has so much to offer, winter or summer, especially if you like mountaineering, hillwalking and sightseeing. But where will you stay in your campervan?
The West Country is a popular place for a UK break. Stunning coastal views, rich in history and home to the jurassic coast - it's not hard to see why many couples and families flock there once the summer hits. If you're looking for a campsite for your next trip, look no further.
The South Downs are a range of chalk hills boasting stunning views. From the Itchen Valley of Hampshire in the west, spreading to the east at Beachy Head in Eastbourne, there's over 260 square miles of beauty to explore.
Proclaimed a royal forest by William the Conqueror, the New Forest covers 219 square miles across south-west Hampshire and south-east Wiltshire. A great place to walk, cycle and explore and catch a glimpse of the ponies that frequent the woods.
Scotlands answer to Route 66, the NC500 is a 516 mile stretch of stunning coasting scenery along the far north coast of Scotland. Typically travelled over 5 days, you'll meet plenty of highland cows, pass many lochs and of course, witness beautiful coastal sea views.
A must-visit area of the UK with 15.8 million annual visitors, the Lake District in Cumbria, north-west England is famous for its rugged fell mountains and vast glistening lakes. Many poets and writers have penned literary classics from their visits.
With daily reports of crowds heading for the South Coast and to Devon and Cornwall, why not look East for your next campervan holiday?
Looking to go camping in the forest? In this article Sussex Campervans explore the top UK woodland campsites of 2022.
Searching for the top UK camping destinations? Look no further, the following is a list of some of the most popular and amazing campsites in the country
There are several West Sussex campsites near Sussex Campervans, recommended by our campervan owners - they make good 'first night stopovers' for anyone buying a camper