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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St Johns Road
Seaview is a beautifully maintained holiday park, close to the beach and near Whitstable in Kent, with many interesting things to see & do in the area.
Caister on Sea
All action Holiday Park with direct beach access and ideally located between the tranquil Norfolk Broads and the seaside bustle of Great Yarmouth
Rosetta Holiday Park is long established caravan and campsite on the outskirts of the beautiful town of Peebles on the Scottish Borders.
Nun House Farm
Touring caravans and motor homes are well catered for on a flat, level field with electric hook-up points.The park holds the English Tourism Council quality standard 4 Star Rosette award.
Clacton on Sea
Oaklands is ideal for those looking for a peaceful countryside setting yet within reach of both Colchester & the popular seaside resorts of the Essex Coast. The Park is surrounded by countryside & features a centre piece - a small, attractive lake.
(Formerly Bolton Holmes and Detrongate sites)
Bolton Le Sands
Bay View is a medium holiday park on the Bolton-Le-Sands shore, close to the village centre with pubs, shops, restaurants and fish and chips, and only a 10 minute drive from Lancaster and Morecambe.
Clacton on Sea
This lively, fun-filled park has plenty to see and do on site, as well as in the surrounding area. There are plenty of water sports and activities available on site, with a beach nearby for the seaside activities.
Golden Sands Holiday Park on the outskirts of Rhyl is nestled in a superb location beside the beautiful sandy North Wales Blue Flag beach, nearby to the lively seaside town of Rhyl, so there is plenty to keep everyone entertained.
Located on the outskirts of Hastings in 1066 country, Coghurst Hall has a unique countryside setting from the moment you arrive through their secure entrance & driveway. The focal point of the Park is its impressive lake which is well stocked.
Holiday Park set in 33 acres - choose from timber lodge, cottages, static caravans or our touring park all with electric hook up.
Marlie is a beautiful countryside park set between the Kentish villages of New Romney and Dymchurch.
Rye Harbour is small, friendly park with a genuine 'family feel'
The Ridge West
The park has a beautifully landscaped setting, nestled on a wooded hillside on the outskirts of Hastings. It is a haven of peace & tranquility and the perfect choice if you?re considering a more relaxed ownership location
A picturesque harbour town of Brixham within walking distance, and breathtaking scenery enjoyed from the Country Park & Nature Reserve of Berry Head
A quiet & peaceful family friendly holiday caravan park with a separate camping and touring site.
Castle Brake Holiday Park is situated 1.5miles from the village of Woodbury in the idyllic setting of Woodbury Common. It is a short drive to the Jurassic Coast beaches at Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton & Sidmouth or the city of Exeter.
Summer Valley is a small secluded caravan and campsite on south facing land in a sheltered country valley near Truro and Perranporth in West Cornwall.
Lickpenny are members of the BHHPA, have been awarded a 4 star rating with 'Visit Britain'. Have been awarded the Silver award for the David Bellamy conservation, and also hold a 4 star rating with 82% with the AA.
The Royal Umpire is a 4* touring park, set in approximately 60 acres of meadowland. A quiet and tranquil retreat, Royal Umpire is nestled on the outskirts of the historic village of Croston.
The park can accommodate single and twin units, with all residents having exclusive River access for small boat moorings and fishing.
Situated in Evesham itself & on the bank of the River Avon, this well maintained site has picturesque views whilst still being a tranquil place to stay with riverside walks & picnic area. There is an apartment to rent & dogs allowed in mobile homes.
East Riding of Yorkshire
Finchale Abbey is an ?Adult Only? family run Touring Park that has been with the current owners since 1951.
Appledore Touring Park is a quiet, friendly, family and couple orientated park, set in peaceful surroundings of the Devon countryside, on the very edge of Dartmoor National Park, close to the historic town of Okehampton.
This 4* park, being 1 mile away from the village of Pocklington, with Tuesdays as Market Day, you will have plenty to do in the area.
Gwendreath Farm Holiday Park is a small quiet park close to the tip of the Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly point in England.
The emphasis is on tranquillity within a rural area so facilities include fishing in their small pond, open fields & nearby bridal paths for walking, an onsite, manned reception & small shop. Also an onsite spa offers various treatments & massages
Burnham on Sea
Family run business next door to the 5 mile stretch of Brean Sands. Everyone catered for, whether you want peace & quiet (Adults only field available) or lots of activities for adults & children alike.
St Lawrence Bay Post Office
St Lawrence Bay
They are a friendly family park, privately owned & run with Family values at the core of their business. They cater for the holiday maker who is looking for a peaceful & tranquil environment & others who enjoy watersports of all types, we cater
Isle Of Wight
Centrally located and set in acres of beautiful parkland.
The idea of the scheme was first sown when David Bellamy gave a talk to members of the camping, caravanning and holiday home park industry, in which he gave the audience members a challenge - to be part of the environmental solution and not part of the problem.
David was then invited to visit many parks and was amazed at the wide range of work that the most forward-thinking owners were doing for the environment.
David was so impressed that a partnership was formed between the Conservation Foundation (the environmental organisation that David co-founded to help businesses get involved in conservation) and the British Holiday & Home Parks Association to set up an award scheme.
The scheme proper started with a pilot programme in 1996 and the first awards were made in 1997.
The parks that take part in the scheme are all regularly assessed by the schemes team of local wildlife experts. The assessors look at the steps parks are taking to:
David Bellamy uses the assessors’ reports (and any comments received from members of the public) to make his awards each year. Three levels of excellence can be achieved: Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Accredited to David Bellamy Conservation Awards