Essex is a largely rural county, boasting 350 miles of stunning coastline; one of the longest of any county in England. Inland, lush countryside is dotted with tiny villages and small market towns linked by quiet country lanes.
The county is best appreciated on foot and is a Mecca for walkers. From gentle rolling hills and ancient woodland, to dramatic cliff top walks, sheltered coves and long stretches of golden beaches, Essex is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Steeped in history, there has never been a more perfect opportunity to come camping in Essex!
All campsites in Essex offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach including Colne Valley Railway, Layer Marney Tower (the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England), Audley End House, Hedingham Castle and Colchester Castle Museum to name but a few.
With a plethora of activities available, and fabulous attractions to visit, camping in Essex is the perfect holiday choice!
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This is a secluded campsite in rural Essex near to the coast, yet within close proximity of London - merely a twenty minute train ride away. Kelvedon Hatch is steeped in history and is home to a nuclear bunker, designed to hold 600 people in the event of war. There is a local museum telling the story of its life. Other attractions in the area include Mountnessing Windmill, North Weald Airfield Museum, Old MacDonald’s Farm and Epping Ongar Railway.