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.
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Lee Valley Caravan Park, Dobbs Weir is close to London and is surrounded by the countryside of Hertfordshire and Essex. Perfect for camping, caravanning, glamping or buying a holiday home.
Short stay family site which appeals to those who like camping in the old fashioned sense.
Aldenham Country Park has a fun family based campsite available all year round for those short family holidays, or even a couple of weeks.With the farm, park, lake and grassland, the park has lots of fun things for all the family to enjoy.
1 Ashwell St
, Ashridge Farm Caravan Club Site is a perfect place to relax and unwind.
Welwyn Garden City
We offer a range of packages for amazing weekend get aways, from camping to hen do weekends, visit site to view our packages.
Old Parkbury Lane
Camping holidays in a quite and private location, surrounded by woodland and wildlife.
Mangrove Road(not Ball Park)
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Some information about Hertfordshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
The Lee Valley White Water Centre, formerly known as Broxbourne White Water Canoe Centre, was the venue for Canoe Slalom during the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Hertfordshire is one of the smallest Counties in England, containing much of England's heritage it covers approximately 630 square miles. To the North West of the county, The Chiltern Hills are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Off the beaten track old villages remain unspoiled with thatched cottages and leafy lanes.
Walkers and cyclists can enjoy the Hertfordshire Way, a 166 mile (265 km) circular footpath and there are also designated cycle paths, and canals, rivers and lakes offering plenty of opportunities for quiet contemplation.
However if you like visiting buildings, why not visit the ancient city of St Albans with its historic and amazing architecture of St Albans Cathedral. Or step into Celtic times for a great day out at Celtic Harmony Camp, a reconstructed Iron Age village set in 13 acres of woodland near Hertford.