As more sites begin to introduce 'wildlife corridors', this photo collection shows some campsites are already ahead of the curve
Space. Seclusion. Nature. It's what camping is all about. And, this year, as that extra bit of space between campers becomes more important, many campsites will be introducing 'wildlife corridors' to break up their pitches and help the environment at the same time. As ever, many Cool Camping locations are already ahead of the curve, including these 15 locations, already with wildlife spaces in place...
Preseli Glamping, Pembrokeshire
A brand new opening in 2020, this small-scale campsite less than a mile from the beach is right next to an award-winning adventure centre. Find out more.
Ace Hideaways, Inverness-shire
This woodland hideaway in Inverness has around 10 camping pitches, separately scattered around the woods, with bell tents and shepherd's huts too. Find out more.
Bakesdown Farm, Cornwall
There are just four camping pitches available on this family-run campsite near Widemouth Bay, with only the final few spaces remaining for July and August. Find out more.
Cowpots Camping, Carmarthenshire
This working dairy farm, a short drive from the coast, produces its own delicious homemade ice-cream. Oh, and they have a knock-out campsite too! Find out more.
Ling's Meadow, Suffolk
Cycle the car-free trails of Thetford Forest, explore Bury St Edmunds, or head to the coast from this wild site in rural Suffolk. Find out more.
Denmark Farm, Ceredigion
Part campsite, part conservation centre, this 40-acre site has always put wildlife and sustainability at the very heart of what it does. Find out more.
Chapel House Farm, Herefordshire
This off-grid campsite on the Welsh border is a short drive from the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye and perfect for walkers venturing into the Brecon Beacons. Find out more.
Wardley Hill Campsite, Norfolk
On the edge of the Broads, this off-grid, campfire-friendly campsite is popular with families and has a host of new glamping options for this summer. Find out more.
The Sunnyfield, Kent
This sun-trap meadow in the Kent Downs is ideal for exploring the quieter side of the South East, cycling country lanes and walking the North Downs Way. Find out more.
Find your own natural base at this quiet campsite near Aberaeron on the west coast of Wales, all created and managed by a sustainability expert. Find out more.
The Secret Campsite, Sussex
Set in the wild terrain around a former nursery, this off-grid campsite is renowned for its sustainable approach to camping. Find out more.
North Rhinns, Dumfries & Galloway
With pitches tucked among evergreen trees, some looking west towards the sea, others over open Scottish countryside, this tiny campsite is an ideal place to find seclusion. Find out more.
Birds & Bees, Suffolk
Lose yourself in the long grasses of this off-grid campsite in rural Suffolk, with an old dairy barn converted into a beautiful campers' building. Find out more.
Into The Sticks, Pembrokeshire
Looking for somewhere wild? This aptly named campsite is well off the beaten track and away from the bucket-and-spade crowds of the Pembrokeshire coast. Find out more.
Cynefin Eco Camping, Carmarthenshire
There are just six camping pitches in this 10-acre space, broken up by trees and wildflowers and all within walking distance of the beach. Find out more.