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Campsites in England

From the tip of Cornwall to Hadrian's Wall, we’ve found thousands of campsites, glamping sites and holiday parks in England. Here at Cool Camping, however, we prefer quality over quantity and, if you’re planning on camping in England, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for traditional camping in the English countryside or luxurious glamping along the coast, our curated collection showcases only the very best campsites in the country.

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English campsites by region

From the tip of Cornwall to Hadrian’s Wall, there are thousands of campsites in England. There are campsites in national parks, on farms and on England’s long and varied coastline. The Cool Camping team have pitched up at hundreds of camping and glamping sites across the country to find the best of them and bring you a curated collection of places that we think offer something special. Whether you’re looking for a place to pitch your tent in the Lake District, a family-friendly campsite by the beach, a romantic glamping stay deep in the New Forest or something in between, we’ll have something you’ll like the look of.

England Travel Information & Inspiration

Whether you're looking for beautiful beaches in the South West or planning to climb the mighty mountains of the North, England is a land awash with interesting things to do and places to go. On rainy days there are endless attractions to keep you busy – museums, activity centres and historic attractions – while, on sunny ones, the seaside, the hills and the countryside offer ample opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Along with visiting campsites all around the country, our Cool Camping travel experts have also taken time to pick out some of their favourite places to go in all of our latest blogs and articles. For detailed tourist information you can, of course, visit the official Visit England website where there is bags of helpful advice about where to go all year round. Whatever you choose to do, make sure you take the tent, book a place to stay and enjoy life under canvas along the way.