Autumn and winter opening
Do you enjoy autumn colours and country walks? Do you like to wake up on a crisp morning in your cosy caravan, motorhome, campervan or glamping accommodation?
It’s a great time to take advantage of quieter roads and peaceful parks, along with lower tariffs and special offers. Our independent adult only caravan parks and touring parks are all in great locations to make the most of the changing season.
Some parks have been allowed to extend their season this year to help make up for the Coronavirus lockdown closure. Many other parks stay open until January and some are open all year round. This means there’s more choice this year than ever before if you want to go away for Christmas, New Year or in the winter months.
(Parks listed from South to North)
For the latest on country-wide opening regulations, please see the Coronavirus Updates. As of 31 December 2020, following the escalation of the tiers, all parks will be closed until further notice.
Extended season for this year only
- Back of Beyond Touring Camping & Glamping Park, Dorset – Open until 2 January 2021, reopening 1 March 2021
- Old Oaks Touring Camping & Glamping Park, Somerset – Open for the whole year, including Christmas and New Year, right through to the 2021 season
- New Lodge Farm, Northamptonshire – Hardstanding fully serviced pitches and glamping pods are open for weekend stays (Friday to Monday) from Friday 6 November to Monday 14 December and for a final weekend from Friday 18 December to Sunday 20 December
- Longnor Wood Holiday Park, Derbyshire – Not closing until 19 February and reopening on 26 February
- Red Kite Touring Park, Mid-Wales – Open throughout the winter months and into the 2021 season
- Lamb Cottage Caravan Park, Cheshire – Open until 31 January (usually close 2 January)
- Green Acres Caravan Park, Cumbria – Open for an extra month until the end of November and reopening slightly earlier on 13 March
Update 2 December: Longnor Wood Holiday Park is currently in Tier 3 and therefore unable to reopen yet.
Update: 21 December: All parks in Wales have now closed.
Update 24 December: Back of Beyond Touring Camping & Glamping Park, Old Oaks Touring Camping & Glamping Park will be closing after Christmas.
Usually open all year round
- Moor View Park, Devon
- Woodland Springs Touring Park, Devon – This year opening from 23 December to 5 January
- Waterrow Touring Park, Somerset
- Wells Touring Park, Somerset
- Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park, Bath & NE Somerset
- South Wales Touring Park
- Briarfields Motel & Touring Park, Gloucester
- Run Cottage Touring Park, Suffolk
- Somers Wood Caravan Park, North Warwickshire
- Stroud Hill Park, Cambridgeshire
- Fields End Water Caravan Park, Lodges & Fishery, Cambridgeshire
- Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park, Leicester
- Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park, Rutland
- Daisy Bank Touring Caravan Park, Mid-Wales
- Wolds View Touring Park, Lincolnshire
- Brookside Country Park, Lincolnshire
- Blue Rose Country Park, East Riding of Yorkshire
Update 2 December: Somers Wood Caravan Park, Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park, Wolds View Touring Park, Brookside Country Park and Blue Rose Country Park are currently in Tier 3.
Update 21 December: Parks in Wales have closed.
Update 24 December: Cambridgeshire and Suffolk are to move into Tier 4 and Somerset will move into Tier 3 on 26 December.
Usually open for Christmas and New Year
- Long Acres Touring Park, Lincolnshire – Open until 8 January
- York Caravan Park – Open until 3 January, reopening 15 March 2021
- Overbrook Caravan Park – Open until 7 January, reopening 1 March 2021
- Cherry Tree Springs Touring Park, Lincolnshire – Open until 3 January
Update 2 December: Long Acres Touring Park and Cherry Tree Springs Touring Park are in Tier 3.
Closing early for 2020
- Two Mills Touring Park, Norfolk – Closing 30 November 2020, and now closed for the season due to latest COVID-19 lockdown
- Wayfarers Caravan Park, Cornwall – Usually open until early January will this year be closing at the beginning of November to rebuild the amenities block and reopening 3 April
Closing in the autumn or winter
- Hallsdown Farm Touring Park, Devon – Open until 31 October
- Greenacres Touring Park, Somerset – Open until 30 September
- Plough Lane Caravan Site, Wiltshire – Open until 2 October
- Three Castles Country Caravan Park, Monmouthshire – Open until 30 September
- Wheathill Touring Park, Shropshire – Open until 15 December
- Delph Bank Touring Park, Lincolnshire – Open until 11 October
- The Willows Caravan & Camping Park, North Wales – Open until 1 November
- Tyddyn Du Touring Park, North Wales – Open until 31 October
- Charoland Farm, Lancashire – Open until 31 October
- Grooby’s Pit, Lincolnshire – Closes 31 October
- Chainbridge Touring Caravan Site, Northumberland – Open until 31 October
Winter closure under review
- Killiwerris Touring Park, Cornwall – Although this park has a 12-month license, it usually closes during or at the end of October and opens in March. This year the new owners intend to close for this period, but will keep this under review dependent on demand. They may consider opening for specific periods across the winter months.