Campsite & Location Recommendations

Read on to discover some of the UK's best campsites, hidden gems, food stops and more! 

The Lake District, Cumbria

The Lake District National Park is one of the largest and most beautiful national parks in the UK. Located in the county of Cumbria, home to three Areas Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and two UNESCO world heritage sites. The Lake District contains 16 lakes and more than 150 high peaks (including England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike – 3206 ft). Click here for some Lake District campsite recommendations!

The North Coast 500 (NC500), Scotland

Bringing together a route of just over 500 miles (516 to be exact) of stunning coastal scenery, white sandy beaches, rugged mountains, remote fishing villages, hidden gems, and a wealth of unforgettable experiences; the North Coast 500 is one of the world’s most beautiful road trips. Click here to discover some recommended campsites, tips, and guides to help you plan your trip!


For a small country, Wales packs a lot in. From mountains to coastline, small communities to cities, and road signs in Welsh and English, there is a lot to see and experience. Wales has over 600 castles, three national parks (Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons & Pembrokeshire Coast), five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 12 great little steam trains, and four UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Wales is also home to award winning beaches, lots of colourful market towns, and both the longest and fastest zipwires in the world! Click here for campsite recommendations in Wales!