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Lee Valley

With the staycation being king this year and people wanting to change their vista, even if it’s just for a short while, think outside the norm and have a peek at the Lee Valley.

Lee Valley Regional Park stretches for 26 miles from Hertfordshire all the way down to the River Thames at East India Dock Basin. The valley teams with activity, whether it’s of the sporting thrill seeking kind or the quiet reflective wildlife watching in the amazing nature reserves and open spaces.

So take a bold step, stop looking for coastal retreats and explore the Lee Valley. There are four campsites, all offering something a little different, great road and public transport links.

This attractive site provides an excellent base from which to visit London, having both easy access to the M25 and excellent public transport links into...

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This back to basics campsite is found on the Essex and Hertfordshire border. If you're looking for an authentic 'wild camping' experience, but don't have...

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This large (27-acre) camping park is ideally situated in the Lee Valley for fishing, walking and cycling activities. It is divided into two sections: one...

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Certainly one of the only sites in this guide with a multiplex cinema just outside the gate, you are greeted here by a very attractive...

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