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Castle Ward Caravan Park
 
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Castle Ward Caravan Park caravan pitches are set in woodland on the Castle Ward Estate alongside Strangford Lough in County Down. As well as exploring the 400-year-old estate guests can kayak and hike. A local adventure supplier also offers archery, climbing and water sports.
Dolaucothi Estate Caravan Site
 
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Dolaucothi is the ideal spot to escape to the country and get away from it all. As well as some magnificent views, wildlife spectacles and unmissable adventures underground, Dolaucothi is a great place try some star gazing.
Highertown Farm campsite
 
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Lansallos
PL13 2PX
UK
The campsite is in the quiet hamlet of Lansallos.
Hoathwaite National Trust Campsite
 
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Near Torver
LA21 8AX
UK
Campsite Type
Enjoy a wild camping experience without having to go right back to basics.
Ilam Park Caravan Site Permanently Closed
 
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Ilam Hall
DE6 2AZ
UK
Please note that Ilam Park caravan site is Permanently Closed
Teneriffe Farm Campsite
 
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Predannack
Mullion
TR12 7EZ
UK
Campsite Type
This flexible campsite caters for touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans, tents and backpackers, and offers generously sized pitches.
Wasdale Campsite
 
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Wasdale Head
CA20 1EX
UK
Campsite Type
Wasdale Campsite campsite sits between Wastwater and Wasdale Head and provides immediate access to the highest fells in the Lake District, including England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike.
Waterclose Meadows Campsite
 
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Cambridgeshire 10187   0   1   0   0   0
Mill Street
Houghton
PE28 2AZ
UK
Houghton Mill Caravan Club Site, owned by The National Trust, sits neatly on the banks of the River Great Ouse, offering spectacular views. The entire area is a paradise for walkers, bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts. 
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