Best campsites for young adults uk
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Explore the countryside by bike or foot on the nearby Cuckoo Trail, or head to other family-friendly local attractions, including Drusilla Children’s Zoo and Knock Hatch adventure park.
Complete with restaurants, sports clubs, playgrounds, swimming pools, live entertainment, crazy golf and kids’ clubs, there’s hardly any reason to leave the campsite during your stay.
This means it's even easier for you to get out and about and explore the great outdoors.
So whether you're looking to go back to basics and get away from it all or you want a beautiful beach side location, we have got something for you.
Alternatively just stay on the campsite — there’s plenty to do with a games room, play area, restaurant, tennis courts and a bouncy castle.
Whether that's cooking up a storm in a self-catering kitchen or just freshening up after your night under the stars, you'll feel every bit as welcomed as our hostel guests.
This family-orientated campsite in the heart of the Lake District offers a range of activities, from kids’ discos to pony trekking.
Visit the area’s famous Ullswater Steamers and cruise the lake, meet the animals and let tots run around the maize maze at nearby Walby Farm Park.
This campsite’s neighbour, Crealy Great Adventure Park, is one of the best reasons to stay here — you’ll be in touching distance of great rides, entertainment and play areas for kids.
The campsite itself is packed with creature comforts — there’s a shower block with underfloor heating, family bathrooms, campsite entertainment and a shop, for example.
The site has a community feel, with storytelling, songs and poetry sessions around the campfire throughout the summer, and a number of arts workshops for kids and adults alike.