The sight of young children running around while you start a barbeque is beyond comparison. But there are those times when you want camp just with your partner or friends. For those rare occasions, the adult only camp sites in UK are great. They are well equipped; they give you the rustic flavor and let you be without a care in the world. Take a look at the best sites on offer.
Top camp sites in UK only for adults
1. Lemington Lakes Caravan Park, Gloucestershire
This countryside camp site is well maintained. You have the liberty to fish, relax and hike all together. There are also several attractions nearby to keep you occupied. Birdland, Bourton-on-the- Water, Evesham light railway, Costwold Farm Park and Batsford Arboretum are just a few of the the places that you can visit. The amenities for use are also up to date and you will never miss home!
2. Cuckoos Corner Camp Site, Herefordshire
Unlike other sites, there are no cancellation fees for this site. But the quality of the place is so good and the amenities so up to date that you will not want to cancel your reservation. The best part however is that the site is open year round.
3. Waterloo Farm Leisure Caravan Site, Leicestershire
This one is huge and you can select from either of the three camping sites here. Engage yourself in the fishing activities during the day and then enjoy the tearoom in the evening. There is a beautiful lake nearby and you can enjoy its serenity.
4. New Lodge Farm Caravan and Camping Site, Northamptonshire
In the heart of Rockingham Forest and Northamptonshire is this adult only camping site. There are traces of the 17th Century village at this site and you can avail of the farm shop, butchery and café that have been regaling people for that past 12 years. If you are lucky you might be able to witness the shows as well.
5. Astbury Falls Camping, Shropshire
Nestled amid valleys and lakes is Astbury Falls that can be your home for a camping getaway for a weekend. You can spend your time fishing trout or you can just bask in the sun while listening to the gurgling waters of the Severn River. Head towards the pubs near Bridgnorth (the market town) in the evening and let your hair down.