Enjoy a stay in the South East this spring from just £5.00 per night with the Caravan and Motorhome Club and Experience Freedom.
With camping pitches available from just £5.00 per night and good availability for both touring pitches and glamping at a selection of campsites in the South East, now is the perfect time to book for the spring half term and beyond.
Whether looking to embrace the great outdoors, all the fun of London or both, these campsites in the South East of England have so much to offer:
Open to caravans, motorhomes, campervans, campers and glampers, the Abbey Wood Club Campsite feels positively rural and yet there are shops and great railway connections into central London within easy walking distance. Crossrail’s brand new Elizabeth line will start running from 24 May, with trains every five minutes, meaning visitors staying at the campsite can get into Paddington in just 29 minutes. Plus, nearby Greenwich offers its own blend of fascinating attractions, including the famous observatory and National Maritime Museum.
Prices start from just £6.90 per night for a camping pitch and £30.70 per night for a standard touring pitch for two adults.
Camping pods start from £39 per night and glamping pods start from £69 per night, based on a minimum two-night stay.
Offering touring and camping pitches, this campsite is ideally situated for visitors who are keen to visit the capital and all its attractions. The number 3 bus departs from near the campsite regularly and goes into London via Brixton, Lambeth Bridge and Trafalgar Square, terminating at Oxford Street. Crystal Palace Park offers a range of half term activities, such as a dinosaur trail, a children’s farm, and a boating lake. The bus operates overnight too, meaning it’s also perfect for theatregoers.
Prices start from just £9.10 per night for a camping pitch and £32.90 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
With glamping options as well as touring and tent pitches, this campsite offers the best of both worlds with convenient access from the M25 motorway and is located near Merstham and Redhill. The campsite has a picturesque setting surrounded by rolling wooded countryside and is in close proximity to the Pilgrims Way, with many walking trails in particular across the North Downs. The British Wildlife Centre is a popular nearby attraction too.
Prices start from just £6.90 per night for a camping pitch and £28.80 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
Glamping pods start from £59 per night, based on a minimum two-night stay.
Open to tourers only, Wyatts Covert Club Campsite is a green oasis with great transport links to London and Marlow. Windsor Castle and West Wycombe Park are also close by, and for long tranquil walks, Denham Country Park and the Grand Union Canal Towpath are both great options. Those seeking indoor half term entertainment in London may be interested Electric Gamebox London, which offers arcades and group game plays on the South Bank.
Prices start from just £35.40 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
Another one for tourers, this campsite is only 30 minutes from central London, thanks to the frequent train service into Kings Cross. Plus, the closest town to the campsite is Welwyn Garden City, built soon after the First World War as part of the Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City movement and one of the finest examples of modern town planning. Its rich history is evident in such artefacts as a Roman Bath preserved in a steel vault under the nearby A1, making it a great educational day out with the kids.
Prices start from just £28.80 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults
For campers and tourers, this is the perfect campsite for those wanting to explore the treasures of West Sussex – and plane spotters. The colourful and lively coastal town of Brighton isn’t far, offering fun for all the family. Neighbouring Surrey also provides a wealth of potential, such as Horley’s historic town centre just a stone’s throw away.
Prices start from just £5.00 per night for a camping pitch and £26 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
A touring-only campsite, Bearsted Club Campsite is perfect for families and offers peaceful open fields and beautiful countryside. There is a horse paddock close by and the historic town of Maidstone isn’t far, while slightly further along the coast you can find seaside towns such as Whitstable and Margate.
Prices start from just £30.40 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
For families who are camping or touring and keen to see all that Kent has to offer, Black Horse Farm Club Campsite is ideal. Close to both historic Canterbury and a number of National Trust and English Heritage properties, there is so much to see and do. London also isn’t far, so family attractions such as the 70-minute interactive experience Shrek’s Adventure! Are easy to get to.
Prices start from just £8.20 per night for a camping pitch and £28.20 per night for a standard touring pitch and two adults.
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