Hertfordshire is one of the five Home Counties bordering Greater London. The other Home Counties are Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Essex. Just a short distance from London, Hertfordshire boasts picturesque villages with thatched cottages and unspoilt ‘green belt’ countryside.
The area is steeped in history and has many stately homes and country estates that the nobility owned; this was so they could take full advantage of the countryside pursuits they enjoyed yet still be close to the capital.
Today, the county offers great opportunities for visiting National Trust properties and quintessential market towns with historic buildings and ye olde worlde coaching inns. Walkers and cyclists can choose from Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Nature Reserves, ancient woodland, canals and riverside locations.
Camping in Hertfordshire is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family get together, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
Campsites in Hertfordshire offer plenty of activities, and all major attractions are within easy reach. With attractions including, Winnie the Pooh’s 100 Aker Wood nature reserve, The Chilterns, Hatfield House, Knebworth House, St Albans Cathedral, Whitewebbs Museum of Transport and Capel Manor Gardens and Berkhamsted Castle, camping in Herfordshire is the perfect location for all the family.
Remember you can always look at our What's on area to find local events and attractions.
This is a spacious, quiet and peaceful campsite near the county town of Hertford; a great base for exploring the magnificent countryside of the Home Counties, and just a short train ride into London. This open-all-year site is dog-friendly, and offers some great facilities for children including a play area and ball games field, not to mention plenty of trees to hide behind! The local station is just 20 minutes’ walk away, so you are well-connected to the local towns and cities.