Caravanning April 2021

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Caravanning April 2021

Thinking of getting away in your caravan this April, but stuck for ideas on where to go? Well, look no further, read on to find out some of the best caravanning spots to visit, and what to expect when you get there. So, without further ado lets get into some of the best places to visit spring 2021.


Dunbar Caravanning & Camping Club Site

Dunbar campsite


Starting with the most northerly site on our list, the Dunbar caravanning & camping club. This caravanning site is just to the east of Edinburgh, and a short drive from the very popular seaside town of East Lothian. With a long stretch of sandy beaches nearby, this campsite makes it a great destination for surfing enthusiasts.

The campsite is surrounded by stunning scenery on all sides, giving you a fantastic view no matter where you are pitched. With seaward views over the Firth or Fourth and Bass Rock you cannot help but feel as if you are abroad every time you wake up.

This campsite usually allows for up to 115 pitches, with the number slightly reduced to allow for more space during the Covid pandemic. Equipped with modern facilities including excellent Wi-Fi, showers, toilets and so much more. Book your pitch at the Dunbar caravanning & camping club site here.


Scarborough Caravanning & Camping Club Site

Scarborough campsite


Next on our list is the Scarborough caravanning & camping club. Situated along the stunning Yorkshire coastline this site makes the perfect base for those of you who love exploring. With plenty of sights to see and things to do this campsite is ideal for a cultural break, family holiday, or just to relax – Scarborough has something for the whole family.

The city of Scarborough is just a short cliff-top walk away, where you will find two sandy beaches, shops, recreational facilities and places to eat. Within Scarborough you will be able to appreciate the many marvels it possesses, including the ruins of a 12th century castle, miniature railway, Sea Life & Marine Sanctuary, and Alpamere water park.

The campsite features various pitch options including pitches with or without electrical access, hardstanding pitches, and jumbo pitches. With extensive facilities at the campsite expect excellent Wi-Fi connection throughout the site, toilet & shower facilities, and so much more. Pets are welcome on site too so why not bring the whole family along. For more information about the Scarborough caravanning & camping club site, and to book your pitch this April, click here.


Kingsley Water Park Club Site

Kingsley campsite


In the heart of the Midlands, you will find Kingsley water park camping and caravanning club site, a wonderful mixture of wildlife, water, and adventure. Adjacent to the campsite you will find one of the largest fisheries in the Midlands – The Water Park, making for a tranquil and relaxing walk. There are also designated and signposted walking and cycling trails for you to enjoy during your stay here. This family-friendly destination has plenty to offer to all ages and interests with two play areas, a small train, and a children’s farm on site. Or why not take a short walk to the outdoor education centre which offers a huge variety of activities including canoeing, abseiling, climbing, and rafting for children, giving you some time to explore further afield at your own pace.

A walk along the canal towpath is a great way to get your appetite up before a pub lunch at the Dog and Doublet pub. With Birmingham nearby you will have plenty to do in the evenings as the city comes alive and the pubs begin to open their doors once again.

With a variety of pitches, site-wide Wi-Fi access, and toilet & shower facilities with under-floor heating, you can expect a very comfortable stay. For more information or to book your pitch at the Kingsley water park camping and caravanning club site – the tranquil oasis in the Midlands, just click here.

Salisbury Caravanning & Camping Club Site

Salisbury campsite


To the south of the United Kingdom, we have the Salisbury caravanning & camping club site, located in Hudson’s Fields. With stunning views towards an Iron Age hill fort and fortress remains, the Salisbury cathedral, and a castle, you are truly surrounded by natural and cultural beauty.

The site itself is split into two fields by hedging, with a gradual slope which makes for better viewing of the surrounding landscapes. Spacious pitches allow for Covid-safe camping, with plenty of pitch options to choose from – all with excellent facilities including site-wide Wi-Fi, toilet & shower facilities, children play area, and so much more.

This campsite is in a prime position to explore some of Wiltshire’s best attractions such as the Salisbury cathedral, markets, a racecourse, museums and so much more. The area is ideal for those who enjoy walking, with a riverside walk taking you all the way to Salisbury itself.

For one of the most cultural days out in the UK take a short trip to the north to visit the world-famous landmark of Stonehenge. Or for a more private prehistoric experience why not visit the Avebury Stone Circle. This campsite is great for all the family, within easy reach of Paulton’s Park, Longleat and Beaulieu National Motor Museum.

For more information about Salisbury caravanning & camping club site or to book your pitch click here.