Campsites Open All
Year

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.

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire, YO25 8RU
01964 543366 and 07504 026899
Open All Year
Nightly fee (2 people): £23-£46

Exclusively for adults, Blue Rose usually hosts New Year’s Eve, August bank holiday and Halloween parties, with live music and games. It’s a spacious park set in 12 acres of picturesque countryside, seven miles from Bridlington, on the East Coast. The nearest market town is Beverley. Awards include the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award, AA 4 Pennants, Visit England’s 5-star award and Practical Caravan’s Top 100 Sites Awards.

A small, award winning campsite close to Exmoor Hills.

Waterrow, Wiveliscombe, Taunton, Somerset TA4 2AZ
01984 623464
Open All Year
Nightly fee (2 people): from £23-£36 – Winter special offer: 3 nights for the price of 2

This pretty valley touring park has lovely heated facilities in a converted barn. It’s an award-winning, 5-star campsite that welcomes adults and dogs. It would make a good base for walks on Exmoor, as well as the North Somerset coast. You can walk to a lovely country pub, The Rock Inn, from here. There are just 45 all-weather pitches in this landscaped park.

Bath Chew Valley

Beautiful lakeside pitches at Bath Chew Valley

Ham Lane, Bishop Sutton, near Bath, Somerset, BS39 5TZ
Open all Year
Nightly fee (2 people): from £26
Special offers: low season discounts, Bath and Somerset promotions

There’s loads for visitors to see and do in Bath, Bristol and Wells, while if you fancy a beach stroll, Weston-Super-Mare isn’t far. The 5-star campsite is exclusively for adults and is laid out like a garden, complete with ponds and a fishing lake. Facilities are excellent, with some  luxury solo bathrooms, and this is another award-winning park, where pets are welcome.

dog running in Wolds View

Dogs are welcome at Wolds View

115 Brigg Road, Caistor, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN7 6RX
01472 851 099
Open All Year
Nightly fee: from £23-£28 plus electric

Walk the Viking Way and stay in the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. This 5-star touring park is exclusively for adults, with pristine, modern, heated, eco-friendly facilities, including disabled facilities. Dogs welcome and there’s a shop on-site for essential supplies. It’s just a short walk to Caistor Lakes Restaurant, or The White Hart.

Wells Touring Park

Haybridge, Wells, Somerset, BA5 1AJ
01749 676 869
Open All Year
Nightly fee: £24-32 

Walk along the top of Cheddar Gorge on a fine day, or visit a show cave. Climb up Glastonbury Tor for an unrivalled view of the Somerset Levels, and explore the many quirky boutiques and cafés in the town. And after your days out, enjoy the comfortable facilities at this 5-star campsite, exclusively for adults. There’s a café and bar on-site, and you can walk into Wells from here.

Run Cottage Touring Park

Run Cottage Touring Park

Alderton Road, Hollesley, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 3RQ
01394 411 309
Open All Year
Nightly fee: £26-£29

I’d always wanted to visit the Viking burial site Sutton Hoo, and this beautiful award-winning touring park made a good base. The Suffolk Coast Cycle Path goes from Lowestoft to Felixtowe, with stretches of sand, pebbles, marshes, dunes and broads. It’s a good area for wildflowers and birdwatching. Visit Orford and see the colourful beach huts and pier at Southwold. The site has good facilities and 45 grass and hardstanding pitches. There’s a great village pub, 600 yards away selling food and ale. There are several other picturesque local pubs.