Each camping site, caravan park and holiday park is shown on the map below. Click on a pin to see the full information about the site. If there are circles with numbers in them that means there are several sites close together, so zoom in on the map to see the individual pins.
Gold pins represent Premium Listed Parks.
Below the map is the list of the sites and parks. Please click on the names on the individual listings to see a street view map.
Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Bedfordshire
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Why not visit the Airship Sheds, the site of British Airship Development, or Whipsnade Wild Animal Park , Woburn Safari Park, or follow the adventures of Urchin the Hedgehog at Wild Britain and if you enjoy history, why not visit Bedford Museum. Nina Blanchard
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Rose & Crown Bedfordshire
89 High Street
Tel: 01525 280245
The Rose and Crown has been at the heart of our community and our vibrant village life at Ridgmont for over 300 years. While Dave and I havent been here quite that long, were proud to continue the tradition of good old fashioned service, home cooked food and a warm welcome for all!
Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
Opened in 2009, this adventure combinds the excitment of Woburn Safari Park with the thrill of a Go Ape course.
National Trust Places to Visit
Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.
Historic Houses Association
Over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
Check website for current opening hours and tariff.
Information about Bedfordshire
Some information about Bedfordshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
The county town of Bedford is one of England's smallest counties and is only a 35 minute train ride from Central London. Its history, spanning more than a thousand years is detailed in a trail leading around the Castle Mound and through the Castle Gardens of the Embankment area of the River Great Ouse which is one of the most central and attractive features of the town.
Out of town the country lanes will take you through some of the prettiest villages in the county, where you can partake in afternoon tea in one of the tearooms or pubs, after all Bedford is said to be the home of the Afternoon Tea. During the early 19th Century at a time when people generally only ate breakfast and dinner late in the evening, Anna Maria Russell, the 7th Duchess of Bedford complained to her butler at Woburn Abbey that she was hungry, complaining that she had “a sinking feeling in her stomach” and so she was prepared tea and a light snack. This then grew and friends were invited to join her and hence developed the Afternoon Tea!
However, if that is all too tame, there is no lack of excitement here either with skydiving, paintballing, monster truck and 4x4driving, drag racing, water-skiing, FI driving, target shooting, horse-riding, safari park adventures and stately homes all just a short distance from the town centre.
by Nina Blanchard