Lying in the heart of walkingcountry on the Pennine Way, the Crowden campsite is ideal for anyone eager to explore the Dark Peak region


Situated just outside of the town of Clitheroe, this caravan park is within a pleasant walk of a 12-century Norman keep and a museum that will keep history buffs entertained

Bakewell Club Site

The Bakewell Club Site represents the ideal spot for anyone looking to escape the humdrum of urban life

Thetford Forest Club Site

Awarded four stars by Visit Britain, the large Thetford Forest site is found on the edge of the largest lowland forest in the UK and is perfect for caravanners looking to get closer to nature

Hertford Club Site

Hertford is a large site with over 250 pitches and is situated close to the town's university

St Neots Club Site

The lovely St Neots Club Site in Cambridgeshire is well positioned between the beautiful university city, Bedford and Huntingdon and so offers visitors plenty of options when it comes to days out


Situated in a clearing within the idyllic forests of Northumberland, holidaymakers can look forward to a whole host of delights with the nearby Haltwhistle Rings offering the choice of 22 different walks exploring the local countryside

White Water Park Caravan Club Site

White Water Park Caravan Club Site is a great, family-friendly park that has been well landscaped and lies right next to the international canoeing and rafting centre of the same name

Dunstan Hill Club Site

Holidaymakers visiting the Dunstan Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site will be able to enjoy pleasant strolls along the coast, as well as beautiful views of Dunstanburgh Castle

Derwentwater Oval Camping and Caravanning Club Site

The Derwentwater Oval offers a great mix of country walks and local amenities, with the small town of Keswick located just two minutes from the site

Wirral Country Park Caravan Club Site

Wirral Park Country Park features 2,000 acres of green space

Located on a peninsula, the Wirral Country Park Club Site offers simultaneously wonderful views of the sea and the countryside

Southport Caravan Club Site

Dozens of hardstanding pitches are available at Southport

The Caravan Club's site at Southport is just a few minutes' walk away from the traditional Victorian seaside town and is an ideal base for families looking to explore Southport and the rest of Merseyside

Keswick is just two miles away from this site

Keswick is just two miles away from this site


Being based in this delightful wool town, staying at the Camping and Caravanning Club's Moffat site offers a wonderful place from which to explore the Scottish Lowlands and the home town of both William Wallace and Robert the Bruce

Yellowcraig Caravan Club Site

Sitting next to a beautiful beach, Yellowcraig is a great family caravan site that was voted Best Seaside Caravan Park in 2010 and rightly deserved the award

The Woods Caravan Park

The Woods Caravan Park is a site affiliated with the Caravan Club and is perfectly located for exploring Scotland

Theobalds Park

Boasting 14 acres of woodland and open camping areas, Theobalds Park Club Site is steeped in natural beauty and wildlife with rabbits and squirrels frequently seen

Oldbury Hill

Based near an Iron Age fort bearing the same name, the Oldbury Hill Club Site offers a veritable mix of nearby sights. Walkers, for instance, are advised to check out two circular walks which pass over the nearby fort and local woodland

Adgestone Club Site

Located on the Isle of Wight, the Adgestone Club Site is among the top camping locations in the region with a variety of historical and cultural treats to enjoy

California Cross

The California Cross Club Site offers unparalleled peace and tranquillity courtesy of its close proximity to the Dartmour National Park


Offering superb views and wonderful woodland, the Veryan Club Site is a hub for relaxation situated near to the Roseland Peninsula

Damage Barton Club Site

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2012, the Damage Barton Club Site is a small family-run site that offers a relaxing environment in which to enjoy your caravan holiday

Tredegar House Country Park Caravan Club Site

Just a few miles from Cardiff and not far from the M4 is the Club's Tredegar House Country Park site, a lovely destination within the grounds of the stunning stately home and large park

Shawsmead Caravan Club Site

If swimming and other water sports are high up your list of priorities, then Shawsmead may just be the site for you

Riverside Caravan Club Site

In the heart of north Wales is the Riverside Touring Park, a site affiliated to the Caravan Club. Lying within the peaceful village of Betws-Y-Coed

Cannock Chase Club Site

The Cannock Chase Club Site is a heady mix of rolling hills, quiet forests and tranquil plains, positioned in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Midlands

Warwick Racecourse Caravan Club Site

Located within the grounds of Warwick Racecourse is a 55-pitch managed Caravan Club Site which has lots to offer

Uttoxeter Racecourse Caravan Club Site

The family-friendly Caravan Club Site at Uttoxeter Racecourse is a popular location that is often used by people heading to Alton Towers Theme Park because of its close proximity to the tourist attraction

Knaresborough Caravan Club Site

The Caravan Club has lots to offer at its Knaresborough site, with plenty to enjoy at the park but lots more to explore on its doorstep too

Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site

This site is located near to many great walks in The Pennines

In West Yorkshire, the Caravan Club's Hebden Bridge site is a peaceful and serene holiday location with a nearby stream and large trees providing a lovely rural ambience to the environment

Richmond Hargill House Caravan Club Site

The local landscape inspired the artist JMW Turner

Located in North Yorkshire, the Hargill House site in Richmond is easy to get to from the A1 and offers incredible views over the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Low-season rates start at just £5.50 per night

Low-season rates start at just £5.50 per night