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Campgrounds and RV Parks in Staffordshire

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5 bookable parks in Staffordshire

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  • Lodge, cabin, pod or hut
  • Travel trailer site
  • Motorhome site
  • Tipi, yurt, wigwam, dome, bell tent

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Here’s a Pitchup.com tip to guarantee good behaviour on hol with the sprogs. Book a Staffordshire campsite to be close to the wild rides and thrills of Alton Towers – while cleverly saving money on your accommodation costs and so having more to spend on being hurled up into the air while your knuckles whiten on a sky-high rollercoaster. Clever.

Monkey Forest at the Trentham Estate is also a cheeky little option for little monkeys while Staffordshire camping – swing by the high ropes of Aerial Extreme while you’re at it – and offspring can additionally be kept on the straight and narrow/bribed with days out at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Tamworth (stand-up rollercoaster; ulp) and riding the flumes at Waterworld Stoke (water rollercoaster; doable).

And now for the grownups (accompanied or not by newly well-behaved offspring).  Staffordshire’s a peak place for outdoorsy pursuits as the Peak District National Park and the National Forest are both within the county borders; and the 13-mile Manifold Way is flat enough to cycle for most ages. Have a day in Stafford too to see England’s biggest timber-framed townhouse, the Ancient High House, and a Shakespeare production in the grounds of Stafford Castle – we’re sure the sprogs will be thrilled.