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167 campsites in England, Heart of England

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This delightful, small, family run campsite is situated just 5 miles outside of the stunning Medieval market town of Shrewsbury. Surrounded by countryside with views...

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The Firs Caravan and Motohome Club site is a pleasant, compact park on a ridge above the valley of the River Derwent. About half of...

Bourton-on-the-Water Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set high up in the Cotswolds and graded as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bourton on the...

Cheltenham Race Course Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated around one of the main stands. It offers 80 sloping pitches (some seasonal); 20 of...

Conveniently situated for the Peak District, yet nestling peacefully in the idyllic valley floor, Buxton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is the ideal location for...

Bromyard Downs Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a pretty woodland getaway well situated in the beautiful countryside between the splendid cathedral cities of Worcester...

Castleton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated within a bowl at the heart of the Peak National Park and boasts beautiful views. The site...

The Chatsworth Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set within the old walled garden on the edge of the picturesque Chatsworth Estate. A gate from...

Cirencester Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set in beautiful Grade I listed parkland. The site is a peaceful oasis that forms part of...

Despite being conveniently located near major motorways (M1, M6 and M42), the National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham, Chapel Lane Caravan and Motorhome Club site is...

Malvern Hills Caravan and Motorhome Club site is located close to Malvern Hills and the towns of the Malverns. Malvern is 4 miles and the...

This excellent Caravan and Motorhome Club site at Tewkesbury has undergone modernisation and is very popular. It is within five minutes walk of the town...

The gateway to the Cotswolds, Broadway Caravan and Motorhome Club site is conveniently located for all the major historic towns. The site on the outskirts...

Moorhampton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a lovely small site with good access. Formerly a railway station, the site is nestled in the North...

Ashridge Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site is within a few miles of the A1 but surrounded by trees so that you feel you are...

Clumber Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set deep inside the 4000 acres of Clumber Park, which is owned and managed by the National...

The Warwick Racecourse Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set on a grass and tarmac enclosure within the grounds of the racecourse itself and is...

Nestled within an attractive pine plantation, Carsington Water Caravan and Motorhome Club site in Ashbourne is beautifully landscaped, with pitches in open clearings separated by...

Moreton-in-Marsh Caravan and Motorhome club site is an excellent busy but rural site attractively located within mature woodland in the heart of the Cotswolds and...

Uttoxeter Caravan and Motorhome site is located within the racetrack. Firmly established as one of the foremost National Hunt tracks in the Midlands, Uttoxeter Racecourse...

Heart of England

Spanning central England, from the ancient borders of Wales on the west across to Lincolnshire on the east coast, the Heart of England is rich in glorious rolling countryside, magnificent castles, fine stately houses and beautiful gardens.

The charming and diverse countryside of the Heart of England includes: the Lincolnshire Wolds, with the dramatic open landscape of the Fens; the ragged crags, dales and moorland of the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire and Staffordshire; the heathered hilltops of Shropshire; the famous Sherwood Forest, in the heart of Nottinghamshire; and the miles of lush green countryside of Herefordshire, dotted with black and white timber houses. Rutland Water is a mecca for watersports and the whole region offers superb opportunities for walking, cycling and more daring activities such as rock climbing and caving. The Cotswolds to the west of the region is the largest area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales. Here you will find many traditional English villages, with charming country pubs and cottage gardens. Another significant feature of the region are the rivers and canals. Passing pretty towns and villages, a large canal network threads its way through the area, weaving through the Lincolnshire Fens, past the waterside bars and restaurants of Birmingham and along to estuaries of the rivers of Severn and Avon.