5 UK CAMPSITES THAT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL LOVE

5 UK CAMPSITES THAT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL LOVE

As much as we think every individual, couple and family need a HandiRack in their lives, one of the main groups of people that we know would really benefit from our inflatable roof rack is the camping enthusiasts.

Perfect for carrying all the cargo you need for a week away in the outdoors, the HandiRack is an essential for the camping lovers. Seeing as we know that a great portion of our customers love spending time with family in the outdoors, we thought we’d share with you our 5 favourite campsites in the UK that we’re confident the whole family will love.

If you’re on the hunt for the best UK campsites for families, carry on reading!

Arthur’s Field – Treloan, Cornwall

One of the best loved family camping sites in the UK, Arthur’s Field is located on the cliff-top above Treloan Cove and is founded with families at the heart. Owners Debbie and Peter stumbled across the site with their two sons when they themselves were holidaymakers and before they knew it, they were moving in and taking over the reins.

As well as being just a stone’s throw from coastal beauty and secluded walks, life on the camping site has something to offer everyone. As well as welcoming an eclectic mix of campers, from traditional tents to modern eco-pods, Arthur’s Field has something to entertain every age group.

Whether you want to kick back and enjoy the scenery or visit the resident farm animals, head to the nearest beach or socialise around the campfire, there’s always something going on that will please every member of the family.

Kelling Heath – Weybourne, Norfolk

Whether you’re a classic camper looking for somewhere to pitch your tent or you prefer to seek a little luxury in the form of a log cabin, Kelling Heath holiday park in Norfolk has the perfect accommodation option for you. Offering both pre-built and fully furnished lodges and space to pitch caravans and tents, Kelling Heath welcomes a whole range of families year in and year out.

Described by The Guardian as ‘Center Parcs at a fraction of the price’, Kelling Heath is more than just a place to pitch your tent but a safe and adventurous environment that has something that all the family will enjoy. From a health and fitness club that showcases a pool, sauna, steam room and gym to entertainment and activities targeted at children of all ages, there won’t be a dull moment from the second you arrive.

Although you are surrounded by great landscapes and lots of things to do, the facilities on-site give you no reason to need to stray any further afield. From the Forge & Terrace restaurant that offers dining in and takeaway options to the opportunity to hire bikes and explore that way, Kelling Heath has it all.

Fforest Fields – Builth Wells, Wales

Whether you’re a glamper or a camper, Fforest Field campsite is the perfect pitch for you in Mid-Wales. Run by a family that have seen four generations grow up in the area, they know the perfect things to do on and around the campsite for every age group.

As well as offering clean and safe facilities, plenty of open space for playing and lots of ice cream on-site, Fforest Fields is just around the corner from a whole host of activities such as high ropes and petting farms, bike trails and hiking routes.

Explore Mid-Wales all day long and head back to the site in the evenings to wind down and relax in comfort.

Heathland Beach Holiday Park – Suffolk

If you want to enjoy the best of both worlds and be pitched on a campsite that is not only positioned close to a beach and beautiful walks but is also home to more than enough activities to keep the whole family entertained, then Heathland Beach Holiday Park in Suffolk is a perfect choice.

Home to both pitches for tents and luxury holiday homes, Heathland Beach is perfect for all kinds of travellers. Although located close to the beach, the park has a whole host of facilities on-site that will keep every member of the family busy and won’t cost you an extra penny. From heated pools and a giant water slide to a TV block and play parks, there won’t be a spare moment in your busy itinerary.

Whether you want to embrace the British summer on the beach or take refuge from the rain on the all-weather tennis courts, Heathland Beach Holiday Park is the perfect escape.

Petruth Paddock – Cheddar, Somerset

An alternative option to the above fully-equipped campsites, Petruth Paddock in Cheddar, Somerset is described as a ‘free-range camping’ experience, which is essentially a back to basics approach to having fun.

Designed to be the perfect campsite for all ages, Petruth Paddock work on a ‘no major rules’ policy according to Families Online, meaning that residents of the site are asked to use common sense on all occasions and just have fun. The perfect laid-back environment for children to run wild, make new friends and experience new things, Petruth Paddock is a safe and secure environment for them to explore.

The team at the site believe that relaxing by a fire and exploring the surrounding area by foot or bike is more than enough entertainment for anyone but are happy to offer suggestions for more exhilarating activities if that’s what you’re after. From exploring Cheddar Gorge to enjoying handmade chocolate at the local Cheddar Chocolate Company, heading to the local go-karting track to hitting the nearby pub for a bite to eat and a local brewed pint, there’s something for all ages.

Camping is one of the best holidays a family can have and with the help of these campsite suggestions, you’ll be able to find a pitch that works for all ages.

We think these are the best campsites in the UK but which is your favourite place to pitch your tent? Let us know on social media where you head for your family holidays!

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