Searching for a location to camp in the UK ? Moor Lane, Croyde, Devon : As new owners Benny and Lou are all too aware, surfers are an enthusiastic bunch (to put it mildly). Hours can pass as they scan the endless blue horizon for that elusive perfect wave. But Ocean Pitch is one of the few campsites in the area with direct beach views, meaning you can keep an eye on the surf and race down with your board just as the waves are breaking. And if youâ€™re not here for the surf, itâ€™s just as great being able to wake up and see the ocean each morning before you cook your breakfast sausages. The stunning Croyde Bay provides a perfect canvas for this unparalleled campsite masterpiece, and the site is on the coastal path, so itâ€™s easy to reach the neighbouring beaches on foot.
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If you think the name Plush Tents suggests glamping rather than camping, thatâ€™s because itâ€™s meant to. With a selection of stylishly decorated bell tents or yurts to stay in (each offering a comfy bed, soft furnishings and hand carved furniture), this boutique campsite offers outdoor catering with a selection of gourmet style breakfast and picnic hampers. Close to the South Downs, thereâ€™s a free shuttle service to Goodwood and live entertainment in the evening.
A well-kept secret for years, and now under new management, the tiny campsite on Walberswick Beach offers peace, privacy, a beautiful location â€“ and very little else. You pitch your tent among some beach huts, walk 10m through the dunes, and the waves are lapping against your toes. Facilities are limited to a fresh water tap; there are public loos in the village, a shop, and a couple of excellent (though often busy) pubs. Nearby attractions include the charming seaside resort of Southwold, famous for its grand pier and an iconic lighthouse that rises above the houses in the town centre.
The Orchard Campsite, Suffolk : Set over 11 acres, the Orchard is near a beautiful stretch of Suffolk coastline and Rendlesham Forest â€“ the location of supposed UFO sightings in 1980. An on-site shop stuffed full of delicious local food (you can even pre-order before your stay) and over 200 types of wine, beer and spirits all help sweeten the deal, and if youâ€™re not the outdoorsy type you can opt for a pre-erected tent. Just donâ€™t expect to be pitched-up next to Mulder and Scully. 28 Spring Lane, Wickham Market, Suffolk IP13 0SJ.