Interested in a site to camp in the UK ? Wapsbourne Manor Farm, or ‘Wowo’, as it’s affectionately known by a growing band of regulars, is a rare and beautiful thing – a great campsite within just two hours’ drive of London. It’s light on unnecessary rules and regulations and big on fun and freedom. There’s always something fun going on during summer weekend evenings: soup suppers; pizza making; and plenty of mingling. Children’s entertainment is strictly of the old-school variety: climbing trees, swinging on tyres and making camps in the undergrowth. In fact, the entire 150- acre site is a huge, natural playground extending well beyond the four main camping areas. Saturday night is music night, with free camping for musicians in return for sing-songs around the fire.
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If you think the name Plush Tents suggests glamping rather than camping, that’s because it’s meant to. With a selection of stylishly decorated bell tents or yurts to stay in (each offering a comfy bed, soft furnishings and hand carved furniture), this boutique campsite offers outdoor catering with a selection of gourmet style breakfast and picnic hampers. Close to the South Downs, there’s a free shuttle service to Goodwood and live entertainment in the evening.
A well-kept secret for years, and now under new management, the tiny campsite on Walberswick Beach offers peace, privacy, a beautiful location – and very little else. You pitch your tent among some beach huts, walk 10m through the dunes, and the waves are lapping against your toes. Facilities are limited to a fresh water tap; there are public loos in the village, a shop, and a couple of excellent (though often busy) pubs. Nearby attractions include the charming seaside resort of Southwold, famous for its grand pier and an iconic lighthouse that rises above the houses in the town centre.
Lee Valley Campsite, Essex : Want to leave London without really leaving London? Head to this spot in the vast Lee Valley Park and enjoy all the good stuff about the great outdoors just a short train ride away from the heart of the city. You’re surrounded by excellent walking and bike trails, and Lee Valley Park Farms is nearby (with meerkats, zebu and bearded dragons), as is the White Water Centre if you fancy some gnarly extreme sports. The site even has wi-fi for those who can’t bear to go without checking their email hourly (aka 99% of Londoners). Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, Chingford, E4 7RA.