Hitting the road in a motorhome is one of the best ways to explore the UK’s amazingly diverse culture and spectacular scenery.
From the tranquil to the energetic, there are motorhome sites to suit every traveller.
We’ve picked some of our favourite standout destinations for all types of motorhome holidaymakers looking to soak up Britain’s beauty.
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Best place to take animals in a motorhome
The magnificent Peak District is full of beautiful walks and trails, which are perfect for exploring with your four-legged friends.
Bakewell Camping and Caravanning Club Site is within the national park and a dog-friendly site for motorhome owners who want to bring their pets on holiday.
The site has designated dog walking areas and bins. And the nearby town of Bakewell, with its dog-friendly pubs, provides the perfect setting for unwinding after hikes.
Best place to take children in a motorhome
Miles of sandy beaches and dramatic scenery make Cornwall a firm favourite for families taking a motorhome holiday.
Tennis courts, mini golf and a heated outdoor swimming pool keep the kids entertained, as well as an outdoor playground, indoor soft play area and a games room.
There’s also an on-site bar providing adults with a sanctuary to kick back and unwind.
Best adults-only motorhome destination
If you’re looking for a more peaceful and relaxing motorhome escape, there are many adults-only parks across the UK.
Award-winning Wayfarers Park in Cornwall is children and dog-free. Located in the quiet village of St. Hilary, this is the perfect base for exploring beaches, pubs and restaurants in the area.
There is also a licensed on-site bistro.
Best motorhome destination for wildlife spotting
Holidaymakers can walk 15 minutes down the coastal path to pooling coves where you can be lucky enough to spot grey seals, bottlenose dolphins, harbour porpoise and even pilot or minke whales.
Guillemots, razorbills, and kittiwakes are among the diverse range of birds hunting for fish.
And the landscape inland is home to rabbits, hedgehogs and shrews, as well as buzzards and peregrine falcons.
Best beach destination in a motorhome
You don’t have to head south to find some incredible beaches. Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, near Mallaig, Camusdarach is a simply stunning motorhome destination that’s hard to beat if you’re looking for a coastal getaway.
Crystal clear sea and sparkling sand is set against spectacular views of the Isle of Skye, Rhum and Eigg.
Local campsites have space for motorhomes and are within walking distance of the beach.
Best cycling destination in a motorhome
The Lake District is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a fantastic destination for a motorhome holiday. There are endless routes to explore on your bike making it especially good for cycling enthusiasts.
Waterfoot Park, Ullswater is a stone’s throw from Pooley Bridge with loops of the Eden Valley, the Lakes and Dales on the doorstep.
Off-road cycling routes around glorious Ullswater are medium to hard and feature stunning vistas.
There is also an on-site bar to enjoy a well-earned drink after a day’s cycling.
Best community destination in a motorhome
Stunning coastline and idyllic villages make Devon a superb area to explore in a motorhome.
The award-winning Lady’s Mile Holiday Park is near the pristine beaches of Dawlish Warren.
There is plenty to keep children and adults entertained on-site, with two pools, a playground and on-site bar and restaurant, which creates a great community spirit.
During peak season there is also on-site entertainment where you’ll end up laughing and singing with fellow visitors.
Best pub destination in a motorhome
Long walks and cosy pubs are a staple of motorhome holidays in the Lake District.
For those who don’t want to worry about finding their way back from dinner and drinks, the Wheatsheaf Inn complete with campsite offers the perfect solution.
The 17th century pub features Cumbrian ales and a locally sourced menu for holidaymakers to enjoy.
And the pub’s campsite is spacious and family-friendly with space for 10 tourer vans.
Best motorhome destination for views
Stunning views of Ben Nevis and the surrounding mountains are the order of the day for motorhome owners staying at the Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park.
Near Fort William, the striking landscape has been used to films parts of Harry Potter and Braveheart.
Immersed in nature, there are plenty of walks and cycle tracks, while Ben Nevis is only a short walk from the site.
Best five-star destination
The adults-only site has a range of different pitches with the top level offering a paved patio area with bench, fire pit and bird table.
There’s also an on-site shop and take-away options, while the location is a jumping off point to explore the local area on foot or by bike.
Best eco-conscious motorhome destination
The site has been awarded the David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for work done to protect the environment in and around the campsite.
This includes wild flower areas and planting red squirrel friendly trees. There are also solar assisted heated showers, as well as recycling points.
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Below – The Fab Four at Bakewell Bridge, taken when we stayed at Bakewell C&CC campsite!