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Campsites That Are Re-opening in England

Last updated on August 13th, 2020 at 10:21 am

As you may know, the recent Government Guidelines have advised that Campsites are able to re-open in England as of July 4th.

When you’re on your camping trip, there’s still certain guidelines to be followed to keep you safe and happy. We’re listing just a few of the campsites that are planning to open and follow these guidelines.

Please remember, that the guidelines are subject to change at any moment, and some of these sites may close.

The view from inside a green tent, looking out at a blue sky

Woodside Country Park, Herefordshire

This is a beautiful Country Park with a lake and is just two miles from the amenities in the town of Ledbury. It’s a 25 acre space with plenty of nature and wildlife to explore. It’s not just a place for staying in a tent, their lodges will be opening too as of the 4th July.

Safety Measures:

  • Distance Markers around facilities
  • Deep cleaning between clamping guests
  • Daily clean of common areas

Cornish Tipi Holidays, Cornwall

This site includes tipis and tent pitches, with plenty of space and beautiful views. It is quite a secluded site and it has a wonderful spring lake. This is a great site if you’re looking for privacy and it also welcomes children.

Safety Measures:

  • Spacing between pitches
  • Contactless Check-in
  • Staggered Shower slots

Park Farm Caravan and Camping, East Sussex

This is a family owned and run site, meaning that it is family friendly for you too! Pets are also allowed at this great site. There are brilliant walking trails around the camping area and there is a huge space for tent pitching, meaning that you can have your own allocated area.

Safety Measures:

  • Social Distancing
  • Continuous cleaning and sanitisation
  • Individual toilet and showers
A lit up green tent at night time

Little Seed Field, Yorkshire Dales

Little Seed Field is an incredibly natural campsite, with very little disturbance to wildlife or nature – meaning that it’s a great spot if you’re hoping to see some wild animals on your trip. It’s a quiet and peaceful site and you’re guaranteed a relaxing stay.

Safety Measures:

  • Reduced Capacity
  • 24 hour rest period between guests
  • Contactless check-in

Teddy’s Farm, Hampshire

At Teddy’s Farm, there are no allocated camping spots and so you can free roam to choose your ideal location to pitch. It allows campfires and pets so you can bring the whole family (who are members of your household, for now).

Safety Measures:

  • Extra Toilets & Showers with distance markers
  • More farm opening to allow social distance
  • Contactless check-in

Canvas & Clover, Worcestershire

Canvas & Clover has ten, fully fitted safari tents in a quiet area of the farm and with notice you can also take your own tent to pitch alongside. This is a peaceful spot with plenty on offer.

Safety Measures:

  • Contactless Check-in
  • Deep Cleaning of common areas
  • Staggered slots for showers

Cotswolds Camping, Warwickshire

Take in the natural beauty and the historic land of the cotswolds at the Cotswolds Camping site. It’s a secluded area so you can star-gaze without light pollution or noise. A beautiful and relaxing getaway.

Safety Measures:

  • Contactless Check-in
  • Deep clean between guests

These are just a few of the great sites that are planning to re-open on July 4th. There are plenty more which have plans to re-open and so there’s a great amount of choice!

Remember: Keep yourself and others safe at all times by adhering to the Government Guidelines that have been given.

Happy Camping!

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