While summer is fast approaching, we have lined up some of the best UK national park holidays to consider visiting along with your family. Here are the best UK National Parks to visit with kids this summer.
Cairngorms National Park is one of the best ones in this part of the country to explore along with your kids. Embark on the Foot Safari in the Rothiemurchus Estate located in the heart of this magnificent park. Open all through the year, spring and summer is the best time to visit the estate. Kids can be enrolled into art and photography workshops while the older ones can enjoy pony and quad bike trekking. Water sports include rafting and canoeing apart from swimming in the pristine water of the lochs.
North West England
Lake District National Park is a great choice for enjoying your family vacation this summer. Located in the northern fells of the park is the Gill Head Farm. The farmhouse makes for a quiet eco-friendly camping retreat in this part of England. The farmhouse allows for self-catering and caravanning in addition to regular tent camping.
The farm house also has exclusive timber-built camping pods for those looking at luxury in camping. The farm is a great place to enjoy with kids as the lush green meadows and the water bodies nearby provide ample scope for entertainment for children.
Peak District National Park is the national park of choice for many families looking for a camping experience in northern England. Located in the center of UK’s oldest national park is the Long Valley Yurts Camp. The camp is an ideal escape for those who are looking at a yurt stay as a camping experience.
South Downs National Park is the most adored park in this part of UK. This is the place you should camp at if you desire to experience the ancient twisted yew trees. Located at Kingley Vale, this park has some of the giant specimens that are counted among Britain’s oldest living things.
This part of England is famous among bird watchers and the Broads National Park. Bitterns, Great Crested Grebe and awesome Kingfishers are some of the rare bird sightings to look forward to while on your camping trip to this national park. You can book a campsite at Deer’s Glade Caravan & Camping Park.
Wales is dotted with at least 17 waterside locations and the Craig-y-nos Country Park. Close to this park is the Abergavenny Castle to which is attached a museum. You can enjoy the beauty of Wales at the Castle Meadows along with your family and kids.