Caravan Parks in England

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BH&HPA member caravan parks offer the quality surroundings demanded by modern touring caravan and motorhome customers. You will find many providing a wide range of facilities for touring caravans and motorhomes – from swimming pools and clubs to supermarkets and cafes – to others offering just peace and quiet amid stunning away-from-it-all countryside. Always expect, though, a warm welcome and first-class value.

Areas of interest include:

The Lake District
Breathtakingly beautiful at any time of the year, Cumbria offers picture-postcard landscapes dotted with delightful villages, stunning mountain scenery and gorgeous lakeland views. There’s much to do for the activity minded, plus more gentle options such as low-level walks and many visitor attractions and historic sites to visit in Wordsworth’s homeland.

The Cotswolds
Covering some 790 square miles in the upper part of southwest England, The Cotswolds is the country’s largest officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The region is famed for its gentle hillsides (“wolds”) and outstanding countryside with river valleys, water meadows, beech woods, sleepy limestone villages and historic market towns.

Thames Valley
The Thames Valley combines both history and scenic beauty via the counties and towns which follow the course of the River Thames as it flows from Oxfordshire to London, taking in parts of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey. Highlights include delightful Henley on Thames with its world-famous regatta, historic Marlow and Runnymede, Windsor Castle and, of course, the university city of Oxford with its skyline of “dreaming spires”.

England is divided into the regions of East England, the Midlands,the North West, the North East, the South East, the South West and Yorkshire.

Also of interest might be information on Caravan Parks in Wales, Caravan Parks in Scotland and Caravan Parks in Northern Ireland.