Once you’ve chosen which of our kitted campers to hire, it’s best to plan your route and where you want to take your van. The UK is home to some of the most scenic towns and cities and is great to go on a road trip round.
From as north as Scotland, to as south as Cornwall, the options are endless as to where you can drive our campers.
Below are just a few suggestions from us and some of our clients:
Nestled in the heart of Wales, Snowdonia National Park is known for its rugged mountain landscape and natural beauty. With a high footfall, Snowdonia is a must-visit on your camper van adventures.
Oozing freedom and fresh air, this site is a great place to plan your camper journeys around. Whether you pitch up here the whole duration of your hire, just pop by, there's an array of things to do in the area apart from parking up in your comfortable camper.
Sites near and around the national park to park your camper:
Coed-y-Llwyn Club Campsite
The Lake District
Situated in the heart of England, Lake District is a popular visitor spot.
With stunning sights, such as Lake Windermere and Scaffel Pikes, you'll be in for a treat driving your camper around this area.
Sites you can set up camp are:
Camping and Caravan Club
From the picturesque broads to Norfolk’s beautiful coastline, this East Anglian town is a place you must take a trip down to.
A quaint town with great stories to tell, Norfolk should definitely be added to your Big Blue Camper adventure route.
Some recommended sites to camp in are:
Clippes By Hall
Located in the Southwest of Wales, Pembrokeshire’s rural landscapes are sure to provide you with scenic views the whole of your trip.
Its charming villages offer an array of activities and walking routes for you to follow once your camper is parked up.
There are a few choices of motorhome spots for you to camp at, including:
Top Of The Woods