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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In ancient City Olympos, Beautiful forest, amazing panorama, Welcome!
Rosebush Holiday Park situated in a relaxed and tranquil setting, which is difficult to match elsewhere, also has its' own coarse fishing lake for the anglers too.
Upper Lough Erne
Cottages (sleeps 3 )- Alder (sleeps 2), Aspen, Willow (Dogs Welcome), Badger, Woodford, Orchard View (Dog Welcome), Erne View (Sleeps 6 + disabled access & downstairs shower) - all in this area. Oil Central Heating included.
Styants Bottom Road
This site is currently CLOSED...Set in 6 acres of quiet and peaceful National Trust countryside surrounded by woodland walks.
Halfway between the Useriner See and the unique forests of the M?ritz National Park lies a centrally located camping site for water tourers.
Downpatrick Gate Lodge is a remote and very attactive cottage found at the woodland entrance to Castle Ward Estate. Oil Fired heating included as open all year.
Burnfoot Park Village
Non-members welcome; discounts for Camping and Caravanning Club members. Caravans, motor homes and tents accepted.
Located beside Ullswater, this is an ideal base for walking, mountain biking, water sports.
Coniston Park Coppice Caravan Club Site in Coniston is set in 63 acres of beautiful National Trust woodland. With pitches grouped in open glades and fast access to the fun attractions of Coniston Water.
An excellent base for fell walking & rock climbing situated in the remote western valleys, close to Wastwater, Englands deepest lake and Scafell Pike, Englands highest mountain. Parking in car park only & small charge for showers. Winter-heated Pods.
Murlough Cottage is a single storey cottage with downstairs bedroom & shower room. Oil Central Heating included as Open all year
Enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside on our beautiful site within walking distance of Porthleven, the beach and the sea.
Set in National Trust woodland, Kendal Caravan Club Site is so peaceful you'll not want to leave.
Mens Way Apartment (sleeps 4) & Rose Cottage (sleeps 4 + Oil Central Heating included)
Seatoller campsite is located about 200 metres from the farm. Surrounded by traditional Lakeland dry stone walls and the River Derwent, this campsite has stunning views of the surrounding fells of Borrowdale.
The Potters Cottage is a single storey stone cottage in a working farmyard near Lough Shore with access to the estate & shore. No private garden. Gas Central Heating included as Open all year
Carrick-a-Rede Cottage can be found a short distance from Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge & has amazing views towards Rathlin Island, Islay & the Mull of Kintyre. Oil fired heating is included as Open all year.
Situated on the western shore of Lake Windermere, the largest lake in England. Fishing is available, but you need a rod licence. Non-powered boats only on lake. No Electric or Chemical Disposal points.
White Park Bay
Portbraddan Cottage is a semi-detached cottage situated in the old fishing hamlet of Portbraddan, in the west end of White Park Bay. Scenic views of the area & out to sea towards Rathlin Island. Oil central heating included as Open all year.
With the lovely fells soaring up and wild flowers in bloom everywhere, the Borrowdale Caravan Club Site (formerly Low Manesty) is a delight to the eye
Come and discover a quiet and peaceful place to spend time away. This beautiful static caravan park in Devon is set in National Trust land near Sidmouth
A haven of peace & tranquility nestling in 350 acres of stunning National Trust parkland, forest & lakes.
Isle Of Wight
The National Trust's Compton Farm and coastline provide the ideal spot to enjoy a quiet restful holiday amid the glorious scenery surrounding the caravans and campsite on free-draining soil.
National Trust Camp Site
At the head of Great Langdale this makes an excellent base for fell walking and rock climbing. PLEASE NOTE - No electric or chemical disposal point & no parking on the grass.
The site lies on Gro?en Labussee near Zwenzow and directly borders M?ritz National Park. The level terrain is lush with grass, shrubs, leafy trees and conifers.
Small campsite at foot of Leith Hill. The Tower, at 965ft, is the highest point in south-east England.
The National Trust have over 50 camping or touring sites located on National Trust land covering some of the most beautiful areas of the UK and are a great for exploring the National trust properties or walking. They have four lake side sites at the Lake District National Park, ideal for hiking and cycling, with exceptional views of the mountains and fells.
In the South West there are Costal Campsites in Devon and Cornwall take in the breathtaking costal walks of the surrounding coastlines showing off beautiful wildlife and beaches. Or for those who prefer a bit of glamour to your camping why not try out the wooden Camping Pods.
You will find that some of our sites welcome dogs and some are leased to the Caravan Club. Some National Trust areas allow (Wild Camping) as an example in the Lake District, but as a norm most National Trust areas do not allow this so please check before pitching your tent or caravan.
Special offer - join online today and you’ll receive 12 months’ membership for the price of nine and a free pair of National Trust binoculars when you pay by Direct Debit.