Top 10 Places To Visit By Caravan

Your caravan gives you the opportunity to experience a vast array of sites and locations. Within a day, you can pack your belongings (enough for a week or two of travel) and hit the road, exploring various parks, beaches and other sites. Below, we've compiled a quick list of the top 10 places to visit by caravan.

#1 - Kings Down Tail

Located in East Devon, you'll be stunned by the beauty of the coast and countryside. Nestled amongst soothing trees, these 5 acres used to serve as Royal hunting grounds.

#2 - Ayr Holiday Park - St. Ives

Enjoy the luxurious waters, small town feel and restaurants and pubs that can provide you with nearly any food your palate craves. Fisherman have used the harbour in St. Ives for centuries. Today, you can experience the gorgeous scenic views of the sea.

#3 - Old Cotmore Farm

Here's a slow-moving, low-key caravan park that's perfect for families with young children. There are table games, playing fields and 22 acres that are designed to be explored.

#4 - Croft Park

If you don't have children, Croft Park may be a great option for your next caravan adventure. It's located in Yorkshire and is a children-free environment. It's quiet, friendly and secluded.

#5 - Riverside International

Here's a great destination for those who enjoy outside activities. Canoeing, mountain biking and walking trails make this location a great opportunity to spend time outdoors.

#6 - Kneps Farm Holiday Park

For those who would like to feel "connected" to mainstream society while travelling in their caravan, the Kneps Farm provides plenty of amenities. You can enjoy the use clean toilet facilities, a Launderette and a well-stocked convenience store.

#7 - Batcombe Vale

4 lakes with an ample supply of rowing boats make Batcombe Vale a picturesque and tranquil setting for a caravan holiday. Enclosed by a beautiful landscape, this destination makes it hard to leave for home.

#8 - Petruth Paddocks

A small, quaint village in Somerset, you can enjoy the small town life of bakeries, craft workshops and strawberry tea while delighting in the seductive allure of the surrounding countryside.

#9 - Kiln Park

Kiln Park in South Wales offers the best of both worlds. You can enjoy the pale sand and blue water of a nearby beach. Plus, you'll find entertainment for the entire family in the nearby town of Tenby. If you're travelling with small children, make time to stop here.

#10 - Roadford Lake

This enormous lake (over 730 acres) provides the backdrop for a gorgeous caravan park. You'll find angling, windsurfing, kayaking and other activities.

There are, of course, hundreds of wonderful caravan destinations that you can visit. The list above reflects 10 of our favourite places, including locations that are designed both for children and travellers without children. Each destination offers a unique blend of scenery, serenity and friendliness. When you're ready to start planning your next caravan holiday, include 1 or 2 destinations from the list above