Quarry Park Camping – Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
If you’re seeking to escape to the Welsh countryside, this campsite, nuzzled in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, offers several pitches, each with its own firepit and picnic table. Camping yurts are also available. So whether you’re pitching a tent or sleeping in a campervan or motorhome, Quarry Park camping is family and dog friendly, so you can explore the Pembrokeshire countryside or visit the local beaches just 20 minutes away.
Upper Hurst Farm – Buxton, Peak District
Set in the middle of the charming Peak District, Upper Hurst Farm is a rural idyll. With opportunities to stay in tents and motorised camping homes, the farm possesses impressive environmental credentials, ensuring your visit is as sustainable as possible. Close to the quaint towns of Buxton, Ashbourne and Bakewell, you can hike along the untouched countryside, and the well-known Monsal and Tissington trials are close by.
Ruberslaw Wild Woods Camping – Hawick, Scottish Borders
With remarkable views and great links to some sublime walks, Ruberslaw Wild Woods Camping has a range of different camping opportunities. They offer stays in their fully equipped, rustic safari tents and the chance to sleep under the stars on assisted wild camping pitches surrounded by peaceful woodland and wildlife. The tranquil setting and size of the campsite mean your visit will be undisturbed, allowing you to fully relax and unwind in the superb Scottish countryside.
If you want summer to go out in style, why not spend a few relaxing nights at one of these picturesque campsites?