Spend some time together, just the two of you to let our thriving forests bring your romance to life.
Taking a long weekend or a mid-week break to just enjoy the company of each other is one of the best ways to unwind in today’s busy lifestyle. Here’s a look at some of the things you can get up to in our woodland locations.
One of our most popular locations and one of the most visited in the UK, a couples retreat to the New Forest can be anything you want it to be. From all of our New Forest campsites, you can explore the surrounding areas by foot, bike or car depending on how adventurous you’re feeling. We’ve listed some of the best New Forest walks, but you really can set off and explore with no destination in mind, to enjoy the relaxing surroundings. From any of our New Forest campsites, you could head into Salisbury to explore for the day and Salisbury Cathedral should be on your list of places to visit. If a windswept walk by the sea sounds more like your thing, here’s a list of 5 of the best beaches in the New Forest.
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A short break away to England’s largest oak woodland is ideal, whether you’re looking to do absolutely nothing other than basking in a little freedom of your holiday or if you’re looking for adventure. For a relaxing break in the Forest of Dean, there are plenty of short walks, great pubs serving delicious meals and tourist attractions like the International Centre for Birds of Prey. If you’re a couple continually seeking to explore, Clearwell Caves makes a great day out, and nearby Go Ape can be fun year-round.
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You can’t get more romantic than the forest behind the legend of Robin Hood and Lady Marian. Deep in the heart of Nottinghamshire is our Sherwood Pines campsite, surrounded by legend, myth and plenty to explore. As with any of our campsites, from Sherwood Pines, you can head off from the site on foot or two wheels. With around 1,000 acres to explore, these bike rides are a good place to start. With so many attractions in the forest itself, such as the Major Oak, these walking trails will give you a good idea of what’s to explore nearby.
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There’s an abundance of things to see and do while camping in the ancient Wiltshire woodland. From scenic walks to seeing the white horses on the region’s hillsides, the Savernake Forest lends itself nicely to spending time outside. One of the UK’s most iconic landmarks, Stonehenge, is just a short drive away and well worth a visit. As well as the ancient Stonehenge, you can explore the Avebury Stone Circle and related sites.
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Towering mountain ranges, dense forests and the deep dark loch are just a few of the things to look forward to when booking a trip to Loch Lomond. From our campsites, you can head off on any of these walks to explore high and low throughout the wonderful Scottish landscape. As well as Loch Lomond, there are plenty of other beautiful lochs to visit for a real taste of the national park.
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Home to our Glenmore campsite, the Cairngorm National Park is around twice the size of the Lake District National Park. There’s a huge amount to do in the local area, with many walking routes offering a breath-taking backdrop. For many, Cairngorm Mountain itself is a focal point of a holiday here but if you’re not one to scale the heights, go and visit the Cairngorm Reindeer Herd.
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