Holiday Ideas for UK Breaks
Camping offers the perfect way to combine a short or long break in your unit with your love of the great outdoors. With a network of over 100 campsites the length and breadth of the UK, the Club can provide the perfect pitch for you to pursue your passion for your chosen hobby – whether it be walking, hiking, fishing, cycling, boating or simply getting a flavour of your surroundings via its local food and food outlets. Here we’ve put together some great holiday ideas for you to get the most out of your pastime.
Walkers and cyclists are spoilt for choice with more than 29 Club Sites including Troutbeck, Scarborough and Teign Valley located within National Parks with direct access to some of the best paths and bridleways our country has to offer. While fishermen can choose from Boroughbridge, Winchcombe and Haltwhistle Club Sites for on-site fishing or Luss, Kingsbury Water Park and Braithwate Fold for fishing close by.
Read on for even more inspirational holiday ideas.
You may like the adventure of sea-fishing, the challenge of fly/game fishing, sedate coarse fishing or all three. We have a selection of Club campsites that provide great fishing locations.
Camping and Fishing
Find out which Club Sites provide a scenic location to enjoy a boat trip, or something more energetic such as kayaking or rafting.
Camping and Watersports
Check out our top 5 outdoor kids activities, and the best campsites for taking part...
Camping with kids
From an early age we are all fascinated with the lives and loves of the people who inhabit the many castles around our country. Britain is hard to beat when it comes to magnificent castles were you can discover horrible histories, legendary monarc...
Captivating Castles to visit
Nothing gets you into the spirit of Christmas more than a Christmas Market. This year why not combine your Christmas shopping with a camping break?
Struggling to find accommodation for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, why not camp with the Club.
There are lots of gardens open to the public across the UK and they are a unique place to be at any time of year; here is our pick of the best.
Gardens near our campsites
Camp in and around Britain's most beautiful National Parks.
The night sky has to be one of the best free attractions on earth. Light pollution though means most of us rarely experience the sky in its true celestial glory.
Find out which of our Club Sites offer the best play areas. Fantastic campsites for families.
Top 10 Club Play Areas
Follow the Tour de France with the Club and camp right on the route.
Tour de France