Places To Go

We believe using a campervan is about more than just the campervan, it’s about the adventure you want to have in it. As members of the Camping & Caravan Club, we can provide you access to their 2,200 campsites.  Our aim is to help you find a campervan you like, recommend places that we like to go, and suggest interesting things to do when you get there.

The Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons are a great place to take the campervan and go walking as they are only 3 or 4 hours from London just along the M4, the mountains are easily accessible from the road and the paths are normally well marked so the walking isn’t too difficult. November is a good month to… View Article

The New Forest

Despite its name, this wooded parkland is a very old and well established area of natural beauty.  It has been a popular place to live, work and relax in for hundreds of years.  The Forest was first proclaimed a Royal Forest in about 1079 by William the Conqueror.  It was however, only given “National Park”… View Article

The Lake District

October is a great time for a campervan trip to the Lake District because the autumn colours are on show, it’s still reasonably warm, and there aren’t as many tourists.  Unfortunately, because it’s such a beautiful part of the world, the Lakes gets millions tourist every year, so this is not a place to go… View Article

Snowdonia

If you ask most people about a mountain they want to climb in Wales, they will say Snowdon.  It’s the highest (1,085 mts), it’s got a cafe at the top and a railway to take you up and down if you don’t fancy the walk.  However, because everyone knows about it, on most days in… View Article

Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle is the stuff of legends and the perfect place for a campervan trip.  The castle was built in the 11th Century by William the Conqueror.  The Castle has been used as a Castle, Prison, and family home.  Situated on top of a hill to aid its defenses it is surrounded by Corfe village… View Article

South Wales Beaches

South Wales has a stunning coast line with a mix of long sandy beaches and small smugglers coves.  Indeed, Rhossilli Bay is so good that it is considered to be in the top 10 best beaches in the world!    The beaches in Wales are long, sandy and often deserted, unlike the south coast of… View Article

Scotland – NC500

Scotland has some of the most beautiful scenery and mountains in the world, and the NC500 drives around it all.  I fell in love with Scotland and the people on a walking trip when I was 17 years old.  I loved it so much I came back time and again and even held my stag-do… View Article