Britain’s best staycation destination is perfect for camping

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Camping experts GO Outdoors ranked the best spots in the UK for camping. The team looked at the price, glamping options, pet friendliness, internet access and more.

Best camping staycations (GO Outdoors)

  1. Cairngorms
  2. Dumfries and Galloway
  3. Fort William
  4. Scottish Highlands
  5. Suffolk
  6. Isle of Skye
  7. Conwy
  8. Swansea
  9. Cornwall
  10. Norfolk

Cairngorms National Park was rated the best place to camp in the UK and is also fantastic value for money.

The average cost of a small tent for two adults is just £24 per night and three quarters of sites have internet access.

Over 80 percent of Cairngorms campsites are pet friendly while over half are open to tourists all year round.

A natural playground, the Cairngorms offers watersports in summer and snowsports during winter.

The huge national park has 12 golf courses and the UK’s first permanent bridge based bungee jump.

One visitor wrote on Tripadvisor: “We drove two thirds of the perimeter of the park and thoroughly enjoyed it.

“With beautiful vistas, little traffic, it was a great day of exploring.”

Another visitor added: “Wonderful national park with great landscapes and a beautiful drive through the snow roads.

“Many places to stop off including art installations and Balmoral Castle.”

Dumfries and Galloway was ranked the second best place to camp in the UK and was the cheapest spot on the list.

The average cost of a small tent for two adults was £20 per night with a huge range of camping options.

The region in south west Scotland has a stunning coastline with sandy beaches and acres of green space inland.

Families can try out mountain biking, pottery making and pony trekking or even take a boat trip to Threave Castle.

Scotland dominated the list of best camping destinations with Fort William, the Highlands and Isle of Skye making the list.

Fort William was ranked as the best destination for family camping while Buckinghamshire had the most options for luxury campers.

Hadrian’s Wall was voted the best location for camping couples with almost a quarter boasting hot tubs.

Conwy in Wales also ranked highly with many campers travelling for a chance to spot one of the region’s dolphins.

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