New Adventure can happily recommend from experience:

16 campsites in secluded forest locations across the UK
At Camping in the Forest we’re passionate about offering exquisite campsites in the UK, and creating memorable holidays for all who stay at them.

Born out of a partnership with the Forestry Commission, we have 16 UK campsites in ancient forests, such as the New Forest, across England, Scotland and Wales. With no boundaries, these sites offer direct access to the forests, and offer some of the best camping in the UK.

Adam Henson. The nation’s favourite farmer

Adam's father Joe Henson founded the Cotswold Farm Park in 1971 to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal.


Together with his business partner Duncan and their enthusiastic team, he is proud to continue in his father's wellington-booted footprints. 

They are passionate about all they do there and are dedicated to delivering the best of British farming, through a sustainable and authentic approach.

The brainchild of Chris Evans

CarFest presents a fabulous mix of music, cars and fun. It's a magical weekend of entertainment for all the family!

Campsites are bookable in advance and our motorhome meets the requirements.

Whether cars are your thing or not, there's no denying that you'll love Carfest!

Tranquil, family friendly with lots of green space

Whether you are looking to explore Norfolk’s many historic sights and lively market towns, set out for an adventure to take in the beautiful countryside and stunning coastline or simply want to relax, Applewood Countryside Park is your perfect starting point! 

A tranquil, family-friendly caravan park and campsite with lots of green open space, we cater for touring caravans, motorhomes, tents, glampers, rally groups and clubs.

Caravan and camping site in Watlington, Oxfordshire

The site offers views across the open Oxfordshire countryside, with good walking and cycling in the immediate area. The National Ridgeway Trail runs alongside the campsite, making it an ideal overnight stop for those walking the whole trail. There are excellent photo opportunities with Red Kites flying overhead, hedgehogs, rabbits, bats, owls and plenty of other wildlife to be seen.

Local pubs, restaurants and shops are all within half a mile, and we offer a good base for visiting the historic City of Oxford (18 miles), Windsor (30 miles), Legoland (32 miles), Thorpe Park (38 miles), The River Thames at Henley (10 miles) and Marlow (15 miles), or day trips to London with London Marylebone Station approx 40 mins from High Wycombe.

Top 10 places to take your motorhome

This is a great source of information in the formation of your family travel plans. We've hand picked this feature which recommends 10 UK motorhome retreats.

Take a browse through to see if there are any locations that take your fancy!