Where Should You Take Your Caravan Holiday in 2015?

With summer on its way it’s time for you to start to plan your caravan holidays! Here’s a list of the top national parks, seaside resorts and national trails recommended for summer 2015.

Top National Parks

National parks can be a really good place to take a holiday. There are caravan sites scattered across many of the UK’s national parks which offer stunning landscapes for you to enjoy.

The top 12 national park campsites for 2015 are…
Northumberland in Northern England.
The Broads in Norfolk.
North York Moors in Northern England.
Yorkshire Dales in Northern England.
Dartmoor in Devon.
Lake District in Cumbria.
Brecon Beacons in mid Wales.
Exmoor in Devon and Somerset.
Snowdonia in North Wales.
New Forest in Hampshire.
Peak District in Derbyshire.
South Downs in East/West Sussex.

Top Seaside Resorts

With plenty of things to do and see the seaside is a great place to take a caravan holiday.

The top 12 seaside resorts are…

Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast.
Brighton and Sussex coast.
Falmouth and Cornwall beaches.
Torbay on the Devon coast.
Torquay and Devon beaches.
Bournemouth and Dorset coast.
Poole on the Dorset coast.
Blackpool and Lancashire coast.
Skegness and the Lincolnshire coast.
Great Yarmouth and Norfolk coast.
Cromer on the Norfolk coast.
Wells next the Sea in north Norfolk.


Top National Trails

National trails are a great place to take a holiday. Many are suitable for all abilities and interests, from short walks to cross country treks and all with a number of caravan parks on route, so everyone can get involved.

The top 12 national trails are…

Pennine Way across Yorkshire Derbyshire.
Thames Path from Cotswolds to London.
The Ridgeway Wessex Downs to Chilterns.
Cleveland Way across Northern England.
South West Coast Path Southern England.
Hadrians Wall Path in Northern England.
Offa’s Dyke Path on Welsh English border.
North Downs Way Surrey to Kent.
South Downs Way Southern England.
Pedders Way across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Norfolk Coast Path in Norfolk.
Wolds Way across Yorkshire.