Three Cliffs Bay, Gower
Located in the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Three Cliffs Bay offers amazing views of the Gower peninsula.
As well as space for caravans, the caravan site also offers glamping and cottages for those who want something a little fancier.
Open from 1 April to 5 November
Prices: From £23 a night for a site without an electric hook-up.
Braemar Caravan Park, Aberdeenshire
If you’re a big fan of wildlife, then the Braemar campsite is a great place to visit. Perfect for ramblers and walkers alike, the nearby countryside is home to red deer, golden eagles and wood grouse.
Open until 29 October.
Prices: From £15.50 to £21 a night for two adults.
Glenbrittle Campsite, Isle of Skye
The real outdoors at its best .Glenbrittle has some of the greatedt rock climbing and hill walking you’re likely to find in the UK.
Open 1 April to 30 September
Prices: £10 a night per adult, plus £6 for electric hook-up.
Beddgelert Caravan Park, Snowdonia
Buried in the centre of Snowdonia, with a short drive to the mount Snowden. Although set in the wilderness, the site has easy access to nearby Caernarfon thanks to the amazing hand build Welsh Highland Railway.
Open all year
Prices: From £13.80 per night for two adults
Burford Caravan Club Site, Oxfordshire
For real family-friendly camping, Burford offers a children’s play area and is a short distance away from the Cotswold Wildlife Park.
Also located nearby is the Motor Museum and Model Railway in the village of Bourton-on-the-Water. A refreshing slow pace of life experience.
Open from 17 March to 6 November.
Prices: From £17.60 a night for two adults.