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Camping in South West England

325 campsites in England, South West

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Situated on the southwest edge of Dartmoor, this holiday park has been developed in the grounds of the old Langstone Manor house. The touring pitches...

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Trevornick, once a working farm, is a busy and well run family touring park providing an extensive range of amenities, close to one of Cornwall’s...

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2022, 2021, 2020, 2019

Mill Park is a small family run sheltered touring caravan and camping site set in an attractive wooded valley on the North Devon Coast. It...

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Looe Country Park is a lovely all year site, which will appeal to those who prefer a quiet, well kept small family site to the...

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This is an award-winning site that is exceptionally well maintained and set beside the River Tone, in a pretty part of South Somerset. Tony and...

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River Dart Country Park is an award winning campsite based in Devon with excellent camping facilitates, generous pitches for touring caravan, tent, motorhome or motor...

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Parkland is in an area of outstanding natural beauty is perfectly situated for exploring all that the stunning South Hams area of South Devon has...

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A popular and attractively developed park, Polmanter is located high up at the back of Saint Ives with wonderful sea and countryside views. The Osborne...

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Ladram Bay is a complete holiday village with 755 units, including many lodges and holiday homes for hire, and even has its own beach. It...

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Salisbury Hillside Caravan and Motorhome Club site is surrounded by gentle countryside and close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is in an ideal...

This delightful and sheltered park is set a mile back from the pretty seaside village of Porthtowan, a haven for surfers but enjoyed by families...

Located in cosy, attractive grounds, Camelford Caravan and Motorhome Club site offers a fun holiday getaway for the whole family. The site puts you within...

Carnon Down was acquired by the Caravan and Motorhome Club in 2021. The founder and former owner, Simon Vallance, started this site from just a...

Forest Glade, immaculately managed and owned and run by the Wellard family, is set in a forest clearing on the Blackdown Hills (designated an Area...

Hurn Lane Caravan and Motorhome Club site is located just a short 15-minute walk from a safe and sandy beach, the site makes for a...

Plymouth Sound Caravan and Motorhome Club site rests on a headland outside the town of Plymouth and offers superb views across the glorious Sound. This...

Ilfracombe Caravan and Motorhome Club site can be found in an elevated position, three miles inland from Ilfracombe and the North Devon coast. This site...

Situated within walking distance of Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, Tencreek is a family owned campsite with a friendly welcome which quite rightly justifies its description...

Merrose Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a 14 acre site with 177 touring pitches (some seasonal) 73 hardstanding it consist of five areas...

Modbury Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated within easy distance to the ancient village of Modbury. Nestled cosily between the moors and the sea...

South West

The South West is a diverse region of beautiful sandy beaches, steep craggy cliffs, desolate moors and rolling green hills. Home of clotted cream teas, it also boasts a range of historical and modern attractions, including the celebrated Eden Project.

With its dramatic cliffs, pounded by the Atlantic ocean, and beautiful coastline boasting warm waters, soft sandy beaches and small seaside towns, Cornwall is one of England's most popular holiday destinations. The coast is also a surfers’ paradise, while inland the wild and rugged Bodmin Moors dominate the landscape. In Devon, the Dartmoor National Park has sweeping moorland and granite tors where wild ponies roam freely. Much of the countryside is gentle rolling green fields, dotted with pretty thatched cottages. The coastline around Torbay is known as the English Riviera which, due to its temperate climate, allows palm trees to grow. Stretching across East Devon and West Dorset is the fossil-ridden Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site. West Dorset is also home to Lyme Regis and Weymouth, which comes alive in summer when regular entertainment, including a carnival and fireworks, is held along the seafront. Famous for its cider and cheese, Somerset is good walking country, with the Exmoor National Park, which also straddles Devon. Wiltshire's natural attractions include the Marlborough Downs, Savernake Forest and the River Avon. It also boasts one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world, the ancient stone circles of Stonehenge.