Best Places for Camping in UK - Britain's Best Kept Secrets
- RESHMA DEWDA
- UPDATED Sep 21, 2017
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Here some best places for camping in UK that stand out because of their gorgeous backdrops:
1. Burnbake Campsite, Dorset
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2. Grange Farm, Isle of Wight
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Where else can you boast of doing fossil hunting and beach combing at the same site? Grange farm is a place of outstanding natural beauty and special scientific interest. Surrounded by a family of friendly domestic animals like buffalos, alpacas and poultry, you’ll fall in love with the simplicity and beauty of this site. Facilities include a children’s play area, launderette and hot showers.
3. Turner Hill Farm, Cumbria
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4. Vale of Pickering Caravan Park, North Yorkshire
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Situated on the edge of North York Moors National Park, this versatile campsite is a sure winner for all season camping. Full of exciting outdoor and entertainment facilities, this site is close to brilliant attractions like lavender farms and amusement parks. But you won't be aware of all of that when you are here crammed with trees and flower beds, this campsite is right out of a beautiful dream. It also boasts of fantastic facilities.
5. Back-of-Beyond Touring Park, Dorset
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6. Bakesdown Farm, Cornwall
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A picturesque location coupled with clean, well maintained facilities is a recipe for camping happiness! Get up, close and personal with the wilderness and experience true spiritual calm at this campsite. Its hard to believe that this heavenly countryside is only three and a half miles away from Widemouth Bay and surrounding civilization.
7. Nantcol Waterfalls, Wales
8. Badrallach, Scotland
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Badrallach is a remote, secluded spot that boasts of incredible natural beauty. Pitching a tent here would mean sharing the spotlight with red squirrels, deer and eagles. Absolutely perfect way to get away from it all, Badrallach makes perfect sense even in the unpredictable Scottish weather. Here, you can climb hills, kayak, fish or just ogle at the beauty that surrounds you. You might leave Badrallach but a piece of it always stays with you.
9. Bryher Campsite, Isles of Scilly
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10. Kelling Heath Holiday Park, Norfolk, Sheringham
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Set in 300 acres of woodlands and heathland, Kelling Heath boasts of 300 large, green, leveled pitching fields. Perfect for a family getaway, the facilities here are top notch. The park has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are acres and acres of green, forest cover that hide between them exciting cycling paths and hiking trails. From red squirrels to wooly sheep, the park is a hotbed of flora and fauna. And if that alone does not cut it, it also has tennis courts and indoor and outdoor pools.