The 10 Best Campsites in the UK to for a Cool Camping Adventure
8th March 2019
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The UK has way more beauty to offer than the city limits of London. Here are 10 campsites to consider for a cool camping UK adventure.

In 2015, about 15 million camping trips were taken in the UK. 

The UK has way more beauty to offer than the city limits of London. Here are 10 campsites to consider for a cool camping UK adventure.

1. Graig Wen, Gwynedd

The campsites at Graig Wen are some of the most scenic that you will find in the country.

This campsite is on a flat piece of land, but when it drops off, you have a beautiful view of the Mawddach Estuary and endless miles of Snowdonia Mountains. 

If you are up for climbing or hiking, Cader Idris is probably the closest mountain that you will have to climb, and it can be found right outside your tent (if you're up for the challenge). 

if you're camping with your family, a bike trip may be an easier option. you can rent a bike and ride along the Mawddach Trail and see a different side of the beautiful campsite. This trail will even take you to a bridge that will go over the Estuary. 

To camp at this site, it's only £6 for adults and £3 for children. 

2. Cornish Tipi Holidays, Cornwall

This used to be a site for glamping, but now it is open for regular campers as well. 

This site is an old, 20-acre quarry that was converted to a cool UK campsite. 

This camping site has something for everyone, but you will find a lot of families here. While you're camping here, there are many kinds of activities that you can do here. You can take a boat out on your lake, have a campfire, or walk to the beach. 

Prices at this campsite are £18 for adults and only £9 for children

3. Cleadale, Isle of Eigg

This is probably Britain's most beautiful and scenic campsite, and will definitely make for a cool camping UK experience.

This is actually where J.R.R. Tolkien started writing his famous Lord of the Rings. 

This campsite certainly looks like something out of a fantasy book with grassy fields leading to the sea and the Rum Mountains.

While some complain that the dishwashing sink is outside at this campsite, while you do your dishes, you can watch buzzards fly near the top of the cliffs, giving you a unique experience unlike anywhere else.

This campsite is £5 per tent per night and is normally open from April to September.

4. Ocean Pitch Campsite, Devon

There are only fifty camping spots at Ocean Pitch Campsite, but if you are able to pitch these tents here, you should definitely seize that opportunity.

While staying at this campsite, you have will have an elevated view of the beautiful beach with waves that are perfect for surfing.

As if that wasn't reason enough, they also have hot showers, clean and working toilets, and even Wi-Fi access. 

To stay here, you only have to pay £15 for adults and £7.50 for children who are anywhere between 5 and 12 years old. 

5. Beryl's Campsite, Devon

Beryl's Campsite is also located in Devon.

This is more of a rustic site, but it's a perfect place to set up a base while you explore Devon.

This campsite isn't widely promoted and is more lowkey. This campsite will also offer you views of the water, and you are only a 10-minute walk from the beach. This campsite is one of the best options for families because it has something for everyone.

This campsite is £8 for adults per night, and £4 for children.

6. Syke Farm, Cumbria

Syke Farm offers all kinds of different views, and instead of going out and exploring it, it can be tempting to stay at your tent and just take it all in.

But you would be missing out if you didn't do a little bit of exploring.

This campsite is open all year, but if you want a little bit more silence and peace, then you should try camping on the offseason.

This campsite is relatively cheap with only £3.50 for adults and £1.50 for kids.

7. Bryher Campsite, Isles of Sicily

At this campsite, you will get to see sea views of Tresco and Hangman Island. You will be in between two hills, so in the right weather, it can feel like you're on a different planet.

You can also have a quick walk to the beach at Green Bay, and there is even a quiet cove that you could go swimming in.

This campsite also has great facilities like bathrooms, showers, washing machines, and even hair dryers.

This campsite is only £11 per night.

8. Bay View Farm, Cornwall

This campsite will offer you the best views that you will be able to find in Cornwall. You will have views of the West Looe on one side and Hanner Fore on the other. As if that wasn't enough, you will be able to see St. George's Island across the water.

This campsite offers different amenities to make your camping trip more comfortable, including hot showers, charging stations, and Wi-Fi. 

This place charges £12 in the winter for two children and two adults. The price goes up to £17 during June and £20 in July. 

9. The Real Campsite at Park Farm, Oxfordshire

If authenticity is what you're searching for, Park Farm may be the place to find it.

While staying here you will be able to hear the sound of lambs and the crackling of a campfire. 

There are also many ewes at this campsite, and if you visit in the springtime, you may even be lucky enough to see the babies.

This site can range anywhere from £32 to £42, depending on what season you choose to visit.

10. Gwern Gof Isaf Farm, Snowdonia

This campsite focuses mostly on mountain scenery. 

This site is found between the Tryfan and the Capel Curig Mountains.  This is a popular place for people who want to hike or climb because there are so many options available.

This campsite is also fairly cheap; you can have a tent for £5 a person per night, and kids under eight years old are only £2.50.

Go On Your Cool Camping UK Trip Today

These are only some of the camping sites that you can choose to take your cool camping UK trip. 

There are many more out there all ranging in different prices. It really depends on what experience you are looking for, but it will be an adventure no matter what you choose.

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