Adults only campsites and touring caravan sites in Somerset

Why choose Somerset?

This county is home to a bounty of surprises just waiting to be discovered on your stay at one of our adult only caravan parks in Somerset. As one of England’s larger counties, Somerset has beautiful beaches, green countryside, lakes, woodlands and so much more just waiting to be enjoyed.

What to do in Somerset

Beaches

There is nothing like a day at the beach. The wonderful Somerset coast is home to a huge range of beaches. From sand or shingle, tranquil coves or bustling hot spots there is something for every type of beach lover – including your four legged friend! There are a number of dog friendly beaches close to our adults only caravan sites.

Exmoor National Park

One of the most peaceful locations in Somerset – Exmoor is renowned for its dramatic views, heathered moorland, ancient woodlands and Exmoor ponies. Visitors are often taken aback by the undisturbed tranquillity of the landscapes that Exmoor has to offer.

Quaint towns and villages

Somerset is home to some of the country’s most beautiful villages. With historical pubs, quaint tearooms and thatched cottages, a stroll through the villages in Somerset is a truly magical experience. Each town and village offers a unique brand of small-town charm for the perfect holiday experience.

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The Circular Walk above Cheddar Gorge, a popular choice for National Walking Month in May

Attractions

Glastonbury Tor

The iconic landmark offers breath-taking views across Somerset, Dorset and Wales. Steeped in History, associated with myths and ledged, this location is one of the most spiritual sites in the country. But the Tor is not all ghosts and spirits, it is also a lovely place for your family to stroll through and enjoy an afternoon of exploring.

Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral is described as ‘the most poetic of the English Cathedrals’. Located in the heart of one of the smallest cities in England, the Cathedral exposes unique features that separate it from others, including the iconic sister arches and one of the largest collections of historic stained glass in the country. With free daily tours available this one is well worth a visit.

Cheddar Gorge

One of England’s most iconic landscapes, Cheddar Gorge is a premier attraction for families and travellers. Cheddar Gorge is 400 feet deep and three miles long, measuring to be England’s largest gorge. It is also the site of the largest underground river system in Britain. With weathered crags and pinnacles, the gorge is a spectacular sight which continues to impress those who visit.

Roman Baths

Do as the Romans did and visit Britain’s only hot spring! This unusual landmark is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing. Having undergone extensive restoration, the Baths are a huge attraction to those travelling far and wide. View the beautiful baths and walk through the interactive museum where you can learn all there is to know about our great ancestors.

What’s on?

*Please note: With the current situation regarding Coronavirus, many not take place.*

Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival is the most famous music festival in the world. Many describe their experience at Glastonbury like being at another county. The 5-day festival has seen world famous creators from Paul McCartney and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers to Beyonce and Coldplay.

The Bath Festivals

The Bath Festival is a charity that brings together some of the finest musicians, speakers and writers to entertain audiences in beautiful venues. Creating innovative and diverse programmes the festivals inspire those who choose to attend weather that be The Bath Festival or the year-round creative learning.

Somerset Country Show

Designed to showcase the very best that Somerset has to offer. Held over 2 days there is a full program of displays, attractions, activates food and music to be enjoyed. If you’re looking for a jam packed day out in Somerset, you will find it here!

Our adults only touring caravan sites and campsites in Somerset

Choose from our five caravan parks in Somerset, each of which offer a tranquil countryside setting where you and truly relax and unwind. Ideally located for you to explore all the Somerset has to offer, a break at one of our parks is the perfect place to unwind.

Greenacres Touring Park

Wellington, Somerset

A holiday destination providing attractive landscaped surroundings and wonderful views of the Somerset Blackdown and Quantock hills.

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Waterrow Touring Park

Taunton, Somerset

The ‘Garden in the Valley’ is an award-winning, 5-star graded caravan park. Ideal base for relaxation or to explore Exmoor and the Somerset coast.

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Old Oaks Touring and Glamping Park

Glastonbury, Somerset

Beautifully landscaped, 5-star touring and glamping park, with panoramic views, spacious pitches and immaculate luxury facilities.

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Wells Touring Park

Wells, Somerset

One of Somerset’s finest 5-star parks, ideally located within walking distance to many attractions, local pubs and restaurants.

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Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

Bath, Somerset

A friendly garden feel park, with a list of features that all add up to the make it the best park from which to explore the local area.

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Greenacres Touring Park

Greenacres Touring Park

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Waterrow Touring Park

Waterrow Touring Park

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Old Oaks Touring and Glamping Park

Old Oaks Touring and Glamping Park

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Wells Touring Park

Wells Touring Park

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Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

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