Picture clear, crisp mornings, breath-taking sunrises and only the sound of nature going about its daily business. Winter camping can transport you to a whole new world enabling you to discover all the magnificence the cold season has to offer. Take a look at our four open all year campsites for some location inspiration below.
With cosy nooks, hidden pathways and a natural, secluded feel, our Setthorns campsite offers adventure and relaxation in one.
Ideal for caravanners and motorhomers bringing their own facilities, this back to basic campsite (no toilets or showers here!) enjoys the delights of free roaming ponies and deer, picturesque walking and cycling routes, plus some amazing winter sunrises that peek through the forest canopy.
Suitable for all types of campers, with toilets, showers and even an on-site shop, our Bracelands campsite is winter camping at its finest. Picturesque surrounding woodland and rolling hills galore, this spacious site provides a feeling of escapism and true relaxation.
The famous Symonds Yat Rock is only 2 miles away and makes for break-taking views, especially in the winter season.
Immersed in woodland, our Postern Hill campsite offers private, hidden pitches nestled in the forest. With ancient trees and a rich array of flora and fauna, Savernake Forest surrounds the campsite. The forest is a Site of Special Interest due to the diversity of wildlife and plants, which offer truly magnificent views in the winter season.
Best suited for those with motorhomes and caravans (as the site has no showers) Postern Hill offers a great selection of winter walks and cycle routes, and is just 20 minutes away from the town of Marlborough.
Located on the edge of Loch Morlich and surrounded by snow kissed trees and frosty mountains, the beauty of our Glenmore campsite will take your breath away.
Adventure galore, Glenmore sits 300 metres above sea level and is perfectly located close to a wide variety of winter sports, from snowboarding to skiing and everything in between. Glenmore provides the perfect base to enjoy the annual Sled Dog Rally – the largest event of its kind in the UK with over 1,000 dogs racing every year.
For those looking to relax, the site itself is a beautiful patchwork of lochs, forest and heathlands, and the morning sunrise by the beach of Loch Morlich is not to be missed during the winter season.
Whilst it may be tempting to submit to natural urges and hibernate indoors with creature comforts, camping during the winter can prove to be exhilarating and tranquil. Experience untouched snowy landscapes, frosty peacefulness and understand the true warmth that a hot chocolate can bring on a winter camping trip.
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