Campsites for young adults
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Blackberry Wood, Streat Lane, Streat, nr Ditchling, East Sussex (01273 890035).
That’s not bad for the dramatic rocks and gorgeous beaches that surround you. Trellyn Woodland, Abercastle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire (01348 837762).
The Swellendam campsite has a peaceful river to unwind along, and the Pat Busch Mountain Reserve in Robertson is renowned for memorable sunsets.
Each of the luxury boutique camping tents accommodate five people.
There’s nothing more dispiriting than dragging your family half way across the country on the promise of a trip back to nature, only to find that you’ve chosen a site that is the canvas alternative to the Costa del Sol. Britchcombe Farm, Uffington, nr Faringdon, Oxfordshire (01367 820667). This tiny island, 2.4 km long and 800 m wide, is great for families as there are amazing beaches all around and no cars. You can buy cream teas with cream supplied by the farm’s Jersey cows and, with only 20 pitches, it’s never going to be too much of a bun fight. Spiers House, Cropton Forest, Pickering, North Yorkshire (01751 417591).
Nestling under the White Horse, this site’s appeal is its mystical location near the Ridgeway. Run by the Forestry Commission, this is a fantastic base from which to explore the wild North York Moors National Park.
Campfires are permitted in a communal grate, so by evening you can put your fire-lighting skills to the test. Whitesands Beach, Tan-y-Bryn, St David’s, Pembrokeshire (01437 721472). Side Farm, Patterdale, Penrith, Cumbria (01768 482337). Westermill Farm, Exford, near Minehead, Somerset (01643 831238). Bracelands, Bracelands Drive, Christchurch, Coleford, Gloucestershire (0131 3146505).
The stunning beachside location means that this is a favourite spot with surfers who can check out the water conditions from their tents before deciding whether or not to take the plunge. Jaw-dropping location in the eastern Lake District with adventurous walks to Sandwick or over Helvellyn fells. Located in the Exmoor National Park, with the River Exe on three sides, this site has a small farm shop, and children can take rides around the farm on the back of a tractor. Run by the Forestry Commission, this huge but beautifully managed site lies deep in the heart of the Forest of Dean. Open until October, this is a lovely site for mellow autumnal camping. Dan-yr-Ogof Caravan and Camping Park, The National Showcase Centre for Wales, Abercraf, Glyntawe, Swansea (01639 730284).Close to the Pembrokeshire coast path, this 16-acre campsite is a great place for families hoping to hone their survival skills, not least in July, when you can all attend bushcraft sessions.Classes include how to build shelters and light fires by friction.Basic showers, no mobile reception and pitches for a fiver. Little Meadow, Watermouth, Ilfracombe, North Devon (01271 866862).With views overlooking Watermouth Bay and Hangman Point, this low-impact site is a haven compared to the teeming tourist spots of this favoured coastline. Doward Park Campsite, Great Doward, Symond’s Yat West, Herefordshire (01600 890438).With stunning views across to West Looe and St George’s Island, the location of this family-run farm site is hard to beat.