Woodland Camping: 7 Great Campsites for Bluebells

Have you noticed? Spring is here and the very first of the bluebells are starting to appear. And, with the arrival of the season, campsites across the country are starting to open up after their winter's slumber. If you'll be taking a trip down to the woods this spring, you'll be sure to find a carpet of bluebells near most woodland camping spots. And, the older the woodland, the more bluebells you are likely to find. Did you know, for example, that bluebells are actually an indicator of ancient woodland? Bluebells are often used in combination with other species as a clue that a wood is ancient. Regardless of how they got there, though, bluebells in abundance are one of the UK's greatest woodland spectacles. Here's a handful of spots where happy campers can best enjoy them...

Cornish Tipi Holidays and Camping

Cornish Tipis & Camping, Cornwall

Set around an emerald, spring-fed lake in a former quarry, this family campsite plays second fiddle to nature, with a wild, enchanting feel.
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Graig Wen Campsite, Wales

Graig Wen, Snowdonia

On the banks of the Mawddach Estuary and at the foot of Cadair Idris, Graig Wen campsite has arguably the most enviable location in Wales.
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Woodland pitch at Blackberry Wood Campsite

Blackberry Wood, Sussex

In the woods of the South Downs, the individual clearings at Blackberry Wood Campsite offer ample space for a tent, a campfire and a few friends.
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Ace Hideaways camping

Ace Hideaways, Highlands

The serenity of this woodland campsite is off-set by local adventure options: canyoning, cliff jumping and white-water rafting on the River Findhorn.
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Lee Valley Almost Wild Campsite

The Almost Wild Campsite, Hertfordshire

Within cycling distance of central London, this small, minimal, riverside campsite is only open on weekends and books out far in advance.
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North Lees Campsite in the Peak District

North Lees Campsite, Peak District

It's a short, bluebell-clad stroll from the campsite to Stanage Edge, a rock-climbing Mecca in the heart of the Peak District National Park.
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Kingsmead Centre Campsite in Devon

Kingsmead Centre, Devon

The bluebells are always out in force at this family-friendly campsite, with individual woodland pitches as well as their popular meadow spots.
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Looking for something else? View our entire collection of the best woodland campsites here.