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Open all year: Campsites and Holiday Parks

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Campsites open all year for wanders whatever the season

Who says you can’t have a hol in winter? Not the owners of these campsites open all year – which is why they leave their gates unlocked, ready to welcome folk who take trips in the cooler as well as the warmer months.

Travelling any time of year also doesn’t necessarily mean having to chuck on extra clothes and embrace the chill. Spots like South Africa, Colombia, Namibia and Brazil tend to be hot between October and March, when it’s nippy in most of Europe and parts of the USA, so folk in search of an endless summer should try their luck at all-year-round campsites in these countries.

With so many options available, you don’t have to settle for one that doesn’t suit you either – simply move your mouse over to the filters on the left to pick everything from basic tent pitches to futuristic geodesic domes in campsites that open all year round and have fab facilities to boot.

The type of travellers suited to campsites open all year round 

The phrase ‘something for everyone’ is criminally overused, but this range of parks on Pitchup really does have all sorts of people sorted, whether they’re after touring caravan pitches or want to rent a wigwam.

Budget travellers do especially well by taking breaks out of season. The tourism industry tends to lower their prices during off-peak months, so a bargain is to be had at places ranging from simple farm sites to snazzy lodges, by embracing explores outside of the busy late spring and summer.

Hardy types – or those who’ve invested in the right cold-weather gear – can pitch their tent in nippy climates. But for folk who freeze easily? Have a glimpse at glamping sites open all year round with insulated accommodation, chunky blankets and woodfired stoves.

Many dog-owning dawdlers look to all-year-round campsites, glampsites and holiday parks for trips outside of peak season as they’re often more likely than classic hotels to welcome four-legged tourists.

Top tips for a happy hol in any season at campsites open all year

If you’re dead set on pitching your tent in cooler climes, choose a site with a bar or clubhouse for comfy evenings indoors (and make sure to order a few drops of a fiery liquor to warm up your belly ahead of braving the outdoor chill).

For serious cosiness, look out for all-year-round campgrounds with heated swimming pools and wellness facilities like saunas and hot tubs. After all, is there anything better than thawing your hands and feet in a steam room after a wintry walk?

There are also campsites open at Christmas if a change of scene is needed during those dark December days, as well as spots hosting NYE parties if you fancy bringing in the New Year with other out-of-season holidaymakers.

Where in the world are the best campsites open all year round?

UK-based folk who fancy a hol when many hotels are closed or have limited occupancy have plenty of parks to pick from: there are more than 400 campsites open all year round in England alone.

For European escapades, consider spots in warmer regions like southern Spain – while it may not be sunbathing weather hereabouts during months like December and January, there’s still a high chance you’ll get a decent Vitamin D fix.

And for serious sunshine? South Africa and Namibia are renowned for having long, cloudless days. Taking trips to these countries means you can tick ‘going on safari’ off your bucket list and gawp at rare creatures like rhinos, lions and leopards (a clear win-win, we’d say).

If winter’s not winter for you without spending a stint strapped into your skis, have a gander at campsites open all year round near the slopes in the Alpine regions of Switzerland, France and Austria.

Holidaying in high season? Take a look at our main page for a bigger choice of campsites, glamping accommodation and more across the globe.