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Discover UK campsites with something special. We’ve travelled far and wide checking out great places to camp – from campsites with swimming pools and cafés to hidden places for wild camping. From Lake District camping to campsites in Cornwall, Scotland, North Yorkshire and Wales.
A map may be a thing of beauty, but hikers and bikers who are always exploring new areas may not want a houseful of physical maps. Is a walking or cycling app the answer? We look at the best from Ordnance Survey, Viewranger and more.
How fantastic that people are rediscovering our countryside. What’s not fantastic is that we now have an epidemic of litter, dog dirt, human waste in woods and lay-bys and mess left by fly-campers. So what can we do?
Sometimes you just want to escape! Thinking about wild camping can be more fun than the actual experience…unless you get the equipment right. There’s no better way to enjoy it than taking minimum camping gear and a reliable bivvy/bivi bag or hammock.
What a surprise Anglesey has been. Perfect beaches and coves, forests, castles, brilliant birdlife and we even had four days of sun. Lots of campsites to choose from and 125 miles of coastline to explore. We loved it.
Why stop camping just because it’s out of season? Lots of campsites stay open all year, and you’ll get to visit beautiful places without the summer crowds. Here’s our guide to staying cosy, with campsite recommendations from readers.
Mountains and moors, a coast with miles of empty beaches, forests and lakes…what an amazing place Northumberland is. So, pack your camping kit and start exploring the land of Hadrian’s Wall, perfectly dark skies and stunning castles.
Here are some ideas for how to stay sane during this crazy time – ways to help, games to play, activities to keep you connected and more. Thanks so much to all the people who shared their ideas with us. Stay safe and see you on the other side of the chaos.
Because there’s no camping wild in England, the option is often a campsite with tarmac and not a lot of privacy. Nearly Wild Camping is a great idea – a network of places across the UK offering nearly wild pitches.