Caravan and Motorhome Club sites near the UK’s 7 natural wonders

Exploring the Giant's Causeway

The top seven natural wonders of the UK have been named by the Royal Geographical Society and they’re easily explored in your leisure vehicle.

Conveniently, the Caravan and Motorhome Club (CAMC) has sites close to all of them, offering the perfect opportunity to discover their delights on a staycation this summer.

The Needles – Isle of Wight

Jutting out of the sea in the English Channel, the Needles consist of three white chalk stacks that create an imposing sight, whether seen from a boat or via the world-famous cable car soaring above Alum Bay.

Stay at Southland Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Jurassic Coast – Dorset

Dorset’s Jurassic Coast stretches for an impressive 96 miles, taking in outstanding geology and crowned by the iconic limestone arch known as Durdle Door.

Pitch up at Bridport Bingham Grange Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Wastwater – Lake District

At three miles long and half a mile wide, Wastwater is an awe-inspiring lake, which is made all the more dramatic by being surrounded by mountains including Great Gable and Scafell Pike.

Park your caravan at Coniston Park Coppice Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Dovedale – Peak District

Cutting its three-mile path through the landscape, the River Dove has created a stunning valley surrounded by ancient ash woodland and wildflower grassland.

Base yourself at Carsington Water Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall – North Wales

Britain’s tallest waterfall can be found in the Berwyn Mountains and features a 80-metre drop, making it an impressive focal point to many of the walks in the area.

Camp at Lady Margaret’s Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Loch Coruisk and the Cuillins – Isle of Skye

The Black and Red Cuillin mountains dominate the landscape on Skye, but nothing quite compares to viewing them from a boat on Loch Coruisk.

Set your van up at Morvich Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.

Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland

It’s safe to say that looking out over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns is an incomparable experience and one not to be missed when visiting Northern Ireland.

Make camp at Drumaheglis Marina and Caravan Park.



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