Where to go Glamping near the UK National Parks

Tue 8 May, 2018

Where might you find some of the best glamping experiences in the UK? National Parks in Snowdonia, the Lake District and the South Downs combine modern well-equipped glamping sites with stunning scenery and wildlife for arguably the best glamping experience. Whether you fancy wildlife-enriched glamping on the Norfolk Broads, glamping near the lush Peak District or breathtaking glamping sites in Snowdonia National Park, we have the best choice of glamping sites across the UK.

Whether you plan to go north, south, east or west, we have something for everyone, from glamping on the North York Moors to glamping sites in the New Forest.

National Park Glamping Sites in North England

Glamping in the Peak District National Park (the first in the UK) is perfect for scenic walks and cycling the Tissington Trail. Explore the Blue John Caverns and pretty Derbyshire villages such as Bakewell and Tideswell. A little further north you can opt for woodland glamping sites in the Yorkshire Dales or peaceful glampsites in the North York Moors nearby. Both are a walker’s paradise.

Glamping in the Lake District is always popular with walkers. Explore the towns of Keswick and Ambleside and see why the area inspired so many famous poets, artists and writers. On the opposite coast, glampers in Northumberland National Park can enjoy the remote and beautiful northeast landscapes.

Glamping in Wales National Parks

Glamping in Snowdonia National Park is a spectacular experience for walkers and mountain bikers in Wales. Further south you’ll find family-friendly glampsites near the Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley while Pembrokeshire Coast National Park glamping includes some of the best sandy beaches and nature reserves in the UK.

Scotland Glamping Sites near National Parks

Glampsites near Loch Lomond and the Trossachs offer heather-covered mountains and dark lochs while glamping in the Cairngorms National Park puts you in the UK’s largest national park.

Glampsites in South England National Parks

Go glamping near Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks for a true West country experience including cider farms and Devonshire cream teas. More glamping sites abound in the New Forest and South Downs National Parks, both known for their sunny climate, history and scenic charm. Norfolk Broads glamping should definitely include a boat trip, birdwatching and a day at a wildlife preserve.

Don’t forget that National Parks Week 2018 runs from 23-29 July and has plenty of free events for families glamping in national parks nearby. Why not secure your place at one of the glampsites near the Brecon Beacons or Pembrokeshire Coast National Parks and start looking forward to your next glamping break in a national park today!

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