Touring caravan sites
Not into cramming everything you need for a holiday into a tiny car boot? Want to have things close to hand, tour the country and still sleep in your own bed at night? Tourers are the ticket.
You can cook your own food for next to nothing, and have all your stuff with you instead of trying to cram it into a heavy suitcase. And on top of all this, you have no hotels to pay for and can take off at any time of the year, to any part of the country, on a tight budget. Once you buy your caravan, your accommodation for all your future holidays is already covered - we think that's a win.
Pitchup.com has thousands of touring caravan parks searchable by area, park theme, special offers and more so you can always travel in luxury wherever you are. Choose from sites with an indoor pool, on-site restaurant or café, play area or with fishing on site, or sites with hardstanding and fully-serviced pitches, among many more.
Click on any area of the country on the Pitchup.com interactive map to get full details of dozens of touring caravan sites in that area. You can narrow your search even further to include touring caravan sites where campfires are allowed, sites which are dog friendly, sites which are family friendly, sites near beaches, National Parks, historical attractions, RSPB reserves and loads more - we have over 80 filters for you to design your own touring caravan holiday.
Many touring caravan sites are open for ten or eleven months of the year, but there are plenty available which are open all year round, so you can even spend Christmas in your tourer if you want. We've got tips on winter caravan storage for tourers too.
Browse any county in the country and click through to find details of a touring caravan site's amenities, prices, availability and more. If you want to holiday in Somerset, for example, you can stay at a holiday park a couple of miles from Bath, an award-winning park at Taunton with pool, steam room and sauna or at a pub campsite at Somerton six miles from Glastonbury Tor.
Devon has an award-winning family touring park a mile from Blue Flag beaches, a holiday park in the grounds of an Edwardian manor house at Woolacombe among dozens of others, while in Dorset just a couple of options are a holiday park with direct access to the sands of Bridport's West Bay or chilling on a Charmouth farm with pool and fishing lake - and these are only a few choices in one region, south-west England.
You’ll find plenty of touring caravan sites in Scotland, the north-west, Northern Ireland, Wales...just decide where you want to bring your caravan and then check out Pitchup.com for site details and booking.