Camping in Jersey
Come camping in Jersey and experience a fusion of British and French culture on this beautiful island.
Jersey is the most southerly of the Channel Islands, located in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel and it is famous for having one of the best sunshine records in the UK.
Although it is the largest of the Channel Islands, nowhere in Jersey is more than a few miles from the sea and as such, seafood has always been high on the menu. The Island is also famous for Jersey Royal potatoes, which are often enjoyed on the same day that they are dug.
Inland there are miles of charming countryside where walking, cycling and horse riding can be enjoyed. You can also explore the island by car or using the island’s convenient bus service.
There is a 50 mile network of lanes designated as Green Lane Zones.
These zones impose a 15mph speed limit giving priority to walkers, cyclists and horse riders and are designed to protect you and the quiet country lanes.
Between the towns of Gorey and St Martin is the friendly and family-run Beuvelande campsite. Due to its location the Beuvelande campsite is perfect for exploring every inch of this island. Members can also enjoy a rally here in May and June.
The nearest beach and town to the campsite is just a couple of miles away at picturesque Gorey, which is home to the fascinating 13th century Mont Orgueil Castle.
Jersey also has a captivating history to explore and many attractions to keep all the family entertained including Gerald Durrell’s Wildlife Conservation Trust, which is a short distance from the campsite.
Getting to Jersey
The best way to get to Jersey is by Ferry. Traditional and high-speed ferries dock at St Helier from Portsmouth, Poole, Weymouth and Guernsey. The route then continues to St. Malo in Brittany so you could combine your trip to Jersey with a camping trip to France.
Prices and booking
If you are ready to go camping in Jersey and explore this truly magnificent island all you need to do is call Carefree on 0845 130 7701 or 02476 422 024. You can choose to book a campsite, ferry, Eurotunnel, rally and/ or insurance.
Remember to have your membership number along with your car and unit details to hand. If you are not already a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club why not join today and receive a whole host of benefits?
Need more information before you book? Take a look at our online brochures.