Campervan owners are certainly a unique breed of traveller. You like to go where others cannot go yet, at the same time, you are not ready to trade in the convenience of having a mobile camping facility at your disposal. We get that. That is why we put together this two-part series on campervan hotspots. In part one, we looked at several options in Wales, North Devon, and the Isle of Wight. We didn't even scratch the surface.
In this second instalment, we offer you a handful of additional options for your next campervan get-away. Unfortunately, we do not have the space or the time to cover every possible hotspot you can visit. There are just too many of them. With that said, here are a few more to consider:
Kloofs Caravan Park – East Sussex
Two of the characteristics of a great campervan hotspot are access to activities and the ability to find peace and quiet. You get both at Kloofs Caravan Park. Located in East Sussex, Kloofs is nestled in the midst of 22 acres of tranquil countryside with the only neighbours being the animals. Despite its country setting, the park is open year-round as an all-weather touring park. Access to activities is made possible by its location. It is only a few miles from the beach at Cooden and 8 miles from Hastings. There are plenty of footpaths and trails in the area as well, along with bus and train service.
Lee Valley Camping and Caravan Park – Edmonton
What makes Lee Valley Camping and Caravan Park a campervan hotspot? Its proximity to London. Staying here is the best way to see London without spending a fortune on expensive hotel bookings. You will be just one hour away from London's most iconic sites, with easy access to the capital by way of public transport. For those days you want to stay local, the park is part of an extensive entertainment complex that includes all sorts of leisure activities.
Six Mile Water Caravan Park – Antrim, NI
Six Mile Water Caravan Park is a relatively small but lovely caravan park on the outskirts of Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is well maintained and clean, offering an abundance of activities for those who want to stay busy. If not, you can simply relax by the river or take a boat ride and explore the lough. The town is within walking distance if you feel like dining in a restaurant or taking some nightlife.
South Meadows Caravan Park and Campsite – Northumberland
England's east coast can be a busy place for holiday travel. At South Meadows, campers have the opportunity to be close to the action without being surrounded by thousands of tourists and a long list of high-energy activities. Relax and unwind in this beautiful, dog-friendly caravan park just minutes from the beach and nearby Bamburgh Castle.
We have given you eight possibilities for campervan hotspots that you can visit. Now get out there and enjoy your campervan this summer!