If you intend to go camping in England, you're in for a wide choice of destinations with caravan and campsites In every region of the country, a real mix of geography, climate and personal preference. Some of the more popular areas for camping are in Cornwall,(including the Scilly Isles) ,Devon, the Peak District and the Lake District though this is by no means a an end to the touring parks of England.
The South West which included Cornwall, Devon and Dorset plus Somerset tend to have the campsites along the coastal region , naturally for the beaches, some of which are fine and sandy with others are rocky , rugged cliffs. The weather in the south West tends to be milder and more predictable with summer bringing sunny hot days cooled somewhat by a sea breeze.>
The Peak District in the North midlands and Northern England is a mixture of green rolling hills with some areas of rock , crags and peaks. some of the more popular venues for camping in the Peak District include The Hope Valley, Castleton for the caverns and Winnats Pass leading up to Mam Tor, and Edale to name just a few.
The Lake District offers a wide area and wide choice of campsites throughout the Lakeland, with areas such as Keswick, Ambleside and Windermere being popular, but these are just three areas from a large choice of destinations. Additionally there is also a good choice or static caravan parks offering holidays , many also taking touring units and tents as well.
Further campsites can be found throughout England, with the New Forest, Yorkshire Dales, Isle of Wight and the South and East Coasts all providing a selection to choose from.
Finally we also list campsites in the Channel Islands, such as Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney, and Herm Island where the climate is moderate throughout the year and you are never too far from a beach with some locations being very quiet and unspoilt.