Before you travel

Image from the NC500 route, near Dunnet Bay Club Campsite. Photo by Jacqueline Schuler

Ayr Craigie Gardens Club Campsite

The site is currently experiencing issues with the water heating systems, resulting in limitations of hot water at peak times. Please be aware when using the facilities at peak times, which are generally between 09:00 - 10:30 and late afternoon.

Baltic Wharf Club Campsite

The AJ Bell Great Bristol Run is due to pass this site on Sunday 19 May. Cumberland Road will be closed to all traffic from 8.45am until after 2.45pm so there will be no access on/off the site during this time. See Here for further information on this event.

  • Arrivals - All arrivals on the 19 May will be delayed till after 2.45pm due to road closures. Please plan your journey accordingly.
  • Departures - All departures will need to leave before 08:45am. When departing, please exit right (West) and onto Brunel Way (A3029/A370). As the A4 Portway will also be closed to all traffic. Follow the A3029 and then signs for the A369 Portishead and UWE Bower Ashton. Continue on A369 to Junction 19 of M5. Follow M5 North to junction 16 interchange for the M4.

A one-way Bus Gate has been introduced on Cumberland Road, East of our campsite, between Gas Ferry Road and the roundabout at the junction of Cumberland, Commercial and Wapping Roads. You can pass through the Bus Gate, travelling towards the West, to approach the site (turning right into the site) but, a penalty fine will be charged if you enter the Bus Gate travelling East as you leave the site (turning left out of site). Please see route directions provided under the ‘Map’; tab on the  campsite page - Baltic Wharf.

The Bristol Clean Air Zone covers the central part of Bristol between Bristol Temple Meads Station and the A3029, including Cumberland Road and Baltic Wharf Club Campsite. Click here for more information.

Important: Please do not use Sat Nav. Please see the directions provided under the 'Map' tab on the campsite page - Baltic Wharf.

Blackpool South Club Campsite

Cropper Road will be closed from 19 February to 29 March 2024 due to roadworks . There will be diversions in place. For more information see Diversions for Cropper Road.

Bolton Abbey Estate Club Campsite

The coffee shop & car park at Strid Wood by the site entrance is closed until further notice.

Bourton-on-the-Water Club Campsite

 
We're launching a fast check-in trial at this campsite. Five days prior to your arrival, you will receive instructions by Text on how to use fast check-in and to confirm your vehicle registration. For more information visit camc.com/fastcheckin.

Bridlington Club Campsite

The site is experiencing intermittent Wi-Fi issues.

Brighton Club Campsite

There is a music festival in East Brighton Park on the 24, 25 and 26 May. The music ends around 10.30pm. There will be no restrictions for access to the site during these days, although they will be setting up & removing the set from the 20-29 May. You may experience some noise disturbance during these dates.
 
Winter opening times for Chef Philippe (food van that visits the site):
  • Closed 19 to 27 February
  • Monday & Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday to Sunday: Open (weather permitting)
Food Served:
  • Pizza's: Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
  • Beef Bourguignon: Thursday
  • Burgers: Saturday

Burrs Country Park Club Campsite

If you intend to arrive at this site after 6pm please contact the site for an updated arrival process.

Cambridge Cherry Hinton Club Campsite

Late night arrival & parking areas are now key secured - prior arrangements must be made with the site to access these areas.

Carnon Downs Club Campsite

Essential tree work will be taking place across the site throughout February.

Our Yellow & Jubilee toilet blocks will be having a fresh coat of paint during April & May weather permitting.

Carnon Cafe Opening hours:  09.00 - 17.00 for coffees, croissants, pasties & beverages.

The Red & Blue toilet blocks are now closed for winter. The Yellow block remains open.

Cayton Village Club Campsite

House building works are taking place on the field adjacent to the site which may generate noise and dust throughout the 2024 season.

Chapel Lane Club Campsite

Due to the close proximity of our 2 facility blocks at Chapel Lane, during quieter occupancy periods, we will only operate the main block. This will also assist in helping us with our sustainability objectives. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause however we can confirm that the motor vehicle waste point and all other chemical toilet service points on site will be available for use.

A play area is no longer available at this site.

Chatsworth Park Club Campsite

Following the installation of the upgraded Wi-Fi at our Chatsworth Park Club Campsite, there have been some technical issues which is affecting the quality of the on-site Wi-Fi. The provider continues to work on this and we hope to have it resolved soon. In the meantime, access to Wi-Fi may be limited.

Cirencester Park Club Campsite

All Club campsite guests will be provided with free pedestrian access into neighbouring Cirencester Park. From Spring 2024, a pass will be provided per pitch at check-in (upon request), allowing free access to the park for the duration of your stay. As park access cards are the property of Bathurst Estates, there will be a £10 security deposit per card, refundable upon return to the site office staff.

Due to the ground conditions, the grass car park at site has now been closed for the winter season. Visitors and/or pitches with extra cars will need to use the pay and display car park at The Old Kennels within Cirencester Park at GL7 1XU. For more information on the car park facilities click Here.

Many exciting events are held in the neighbouring estate grounds during the year. For further information and maps for Cirencester Park, and to book tickets at events open to the public please visit the Bathurst Estates website. Please note that on event dates, traffic levels along the access road will increase and access to areas within the estates grounds, including dog walk areas, may be restricted. During some events, amplified music/tannoy volumes may be heard on site.

Clachan Club Campsite

We’re running a fast check-in trial at this campsite. Five days prior to your arrival, you will receive instructions by TEXT on how to use fast check-in and to confirm your vehicle registration. For more information visit camc.com/fastcheckin.

Clumber Park Club Campsite

Please do not arrive at Clumber Park before 1pm as National Trust parking restrictions means that there is nowhere to wait safely.

From 12 November 2023 - 7 March 2024 there will only be one toilet block (Hardwick) open on site, as well as restricted pitch numbers available during this time.

Following the installation of the upgraded Wi-Fi at our Clumber Park Club Campsite, there have been some technical issues which is affecting the quality of the on-site Wi-Fi. The provider continues to work on this and we hope to have it resolved soon. In the meantime, access to Wi-Fi may be limited.

Commons Wood Club Campsite

There will be essential tree works taking place on site during the week commencing 22 April which will inevitably result in some noise and disruption during working hours to anyone staying on site.

Due to urgent electrical and surfacing works, there are likely to be contractors working in the storage compound at Commons Wood between 4-28 March. We apologise in advance for any additional noise caused by these essential works. Any noise will be limited to normal working hours, Monday to Friday.

Daleacres Club Campsite

Please be aware that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Games Room is closed for the foreseeable future. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Durham Grange Club Campsite

Until 2025 roadworks are taking place along the A1 at Gateshead which will affect traffic to and from the site. Please follow the diversion in place, expect increased journey times and refer to online traffic alerts and the National Highways website for up to date information.

Exebridge Lakeside Club Campsite

Our TV aerial booster system is currently experiencing some issues.

Exeter Racecourse Club Campsite

If you are due to arrive on a Sunday, please be aware that the Racecourse holds a car boot sale on Sundays at 1pm.  Arrival after this time is advised as there are often queues on the A38.

Fairlight Wood Club Campsite

Please be aware some of the pitches have a faulty aerial booster facility and you may not receive a TV signal. This is in hand and will hopefully be fixed shortly.

Forfar Lochside Club Campsite

There is ongoing redevelopment work taking place at the nearby lochside. Whilst this work may not be underway every day, there is likely to be some noise disruption on the days when work is active.

Gatwick Club Campsite

The site has an intermittent electricity supply fault. This seems to affect the whole site around 5 to 10pm. The toilet block may be shut completely for short periods of time until the fault is rectified.

The late night arrival area is grass with no electricity and only available in an emergency. Please call the site before using as this is not available in heavy rain, icy or snowy conditions.

The slip road into the site and the site entrance have uneven surfaces following recent heavy traffic. We hope to have this resolved as soon as possible.

Gatwick Airport - Planned Taxiway Works on the Airfield: Works will be taking place on the airport's airfield during Spring and Summer this year. Some works are planned to be completed by a series of runway closures which will take place between 2230 to 0530 from April to October. These works will be undertaken during the night period and will mainly involve excavation and filling to the taxiway. Whilst these activities will not be significantly noisy there will be a period of time whilst they reconstruct certain areas of the taxiway which requires breaking and removing the existing hard standing area. They are working with their contractor to ensure they are using the most appropriate methodology to keep the duration of work to a minimum and to be as least disruptive as possible.

Godrevy Park Club Campsite

There are major roadworks on the A30 between Carland Cross and Chiverton. There will be intermittent closures and diversions throughout the summer and autumn. Please check www.nationalhighways.co.uk and search "Chiverton" for the latest information.

Grafham Water Club Campsite

When entering Grafham Village you may have an eye out for signs directing you to our site. Please note that one of these has been knocked over and we suggest you rely on your navigation system.

The children's play area at this site has been closed permanently.

Henley Four Oaks Club Campsite

There will be essential tree works taking place on site between 26 February to 1 March. There may be some machinery noise during working hours.

The annual Henley Festival will be held on 10-14 July inclusive and includes some headline acts. For more information and tickets, please click Here. Noise from the fireworks can be heard on site from around 10:30pm for about half an hour.

Hillhead Club Campsite

Complex Opening Hours - 7 days a week:

  • Shop: 9am - 5pm
  • Bar: 3 - 9.30pm Sat, Sun & Mon only. Closed Tue, Wed, Thu
  • Food: 4 - 8pm Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon only. Closed Tue, Wed, Thu
  • Swimming Pool: Now closed for the season, re-opening in May 2024

Hunter's Moon Club Campsite

We will be renewing the water heaters of the top facility block between 19-29 February. During this period the accessible bathroom in this facility will be unavailable however ambulant cubicles remain available for use in the other facility block on site.

Incleboro Fields Club Campsite

From the end of September 2023 until the close of the 2023 season, the play area at Incleboro Fields Club Campsite will be out of use. This is due to redevelopment work taking place on part of the site.

Lady Margaret's Park Club Campsite

We're launching a fast check-in trial at this campsite. Five days prior to your arrival, you will receive instructions by Text on how to use fast check-in and to confirm your vehicle registration. For more information visit camc.com/fastcheckin

Longleat Club Campsite

During quieter occupancy periods, we will only be operating the one facility block which is to the right of the Family Area and Nature Trail; as shown on the Site Plan. This will assist in helping with our sustainability objectives. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause however we can confirm that this block has a disabled room and family room available, and the motor vehicle waste points and all other chemical toilet service points on site will be available for use.

Due to a cable fault, the TV booster system is out of operation in some areas but is available in select locations on site.

Looe Club Campsite

For safety reasons the bus stop directly outside the site has been removed by the local council. The nearest bus stop is now outside Looe Bay, a 2 minutes walk away.

The swimming pool is now closed for the season and will reopen in May 2024.

Moreton-in-Marsh Club Campsite

There will be some improvement works on site between 8 January to 29 February, during these times there may be some construction noise during the day.

New England Bay Club Campsite

In order to be as efficient as possible from a financial and sustainability perspective, please be advised that the facility block located at the Northern end of the site will not be in use for the remainder 2023 season.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, however we can confirm that the Motorhome Service Point and Chemical Toilet Emptying Point located near the block, will be available for use, together with all other service points on site and the Southern facility block.

North Yorkshire Moors Club Campsite

Satellite reception can be very difficult due to surrounding trees.

Nunnykirk Club Campsite

Please do not follow sat nav to Nunnykirk as this will take you to the wrong location. Access is via the B6342 north of Fontburn reservoir and south of Rothbury.

If traveling from South via A1 take the A696 Ponteland and Airport Junction stay on A696 and turn off right at the KnowesGate hotel crossroads (do not take the turning on to the B6342 signed for Wallington and Cambo as its not suitable for Caravans and large vehicles) at T junction turn left onto B6342 and stay on this road until you come to site entrance on Right shortly after Fontburn Reservoir (W3W: ///Renewals.Blasted.Pint)

Old Harley Club Campsite

Old Hartley Club Campsite will be closing at the end of 2023 season and will undergo a major refurbishment over the winter period. This site will have a delayed provisional reopening date of 5 July 2024 (subject to completion of works).

Pembrey Country Park Club Campsite

Please be aware that there may be some noise from the neighbouring property due to building works.

Penrhos Club Campsite

The Menai Bridge linking Anglesey and North Wales is now open to traffic up to 7.5 tonnes.

Seacroft Club Campsite

The play area is temporarily closed to allow essential maintenance to be carried out.

Please be aware that the swimming pool at Seacroft is now closed until next season.

The Restaurant is open from Wednesday - Sunday. Please refer to the site page for current opening times.

Bar opening times:

  • Tuesday - Thursday 16:00- 21:00.
  • Friday & Saturday 11:00- 22:00
  • Sunday 11:00-21:00
  • Food served - Wednesday - Sunday

Slinfold Club Campsite

There are going to be various road closures over the coming weeks, please click on this Link to find out how this will effect your route.

Southland Club Campsite

We're launching a fast check-in trial at this campsite. Five days prior to your arrival, you will receive instructions by TEXT on how to use fast check-in and to confirm your vehicle registration. For more information visit camc.com/fastcheckin.

Please observe the earliest arrival time. If you arrive on the Isle of Wight earlier, please use the following car park information:

Motorhomes (MH) – small to medium size:

Caravans and large MH’s

Towing a caravan or large MH you will need a coach parking bay. Locations offering coach bays are conveniently near the Ports of:

  • River Road car park - Yarmouth Port
  • Key Road car park – Ryde Port
  • Coppins Bridge car park in Newport – for Cowes and Fishbourne ports

IoW Council recommends PayByPhone App (https://park.paybyphone.com/isleofwight/) to pay for standard/coach parking or call 01983 495003 to book 2-bays if required. For more information, call IoW Council on 01983 823714. The ferry ports on the Isle of Wight are approximately 20-30 minute's drive to Southland Club Campsite.

Southport Club Campsite

Due to ongoing site improvements currently we only have a limited number of visitor parking spaces.

The Council has reinstated double yellow lines on both sides of the road outside the site the length of 'The Esplanade'.

St David's Lleithyr Meadow Club Site

Please follow signs to Whitesands Beach and Lleithyr Meadow. Do not follow signs for Lleithyr Farm as the Sat Nav suggests.

Stonehaven Queen Elizabeth Park Club Campsite

Due to essential boiler repairs, the site is currently without hot water. We hope to have this resolved as soon as possible, but are waiting for parts.

There is an ongoing redevelopment work taking place at the nearby Leisure Centre until Spring 2024. Whilst this work may not be underway every day, there is likely to be some noise disruption on the days when work is active.

Strathclyde Country Park Club Campsite

There are road works and temporary traffic lights at the entrance to the Site. All arrivals - please arrive after 1 pm as the entry might be a bit tight.

Tewkesbury Abbey Club Campsite

Due to flooding Tewkesbury Abbey Club Campsite will remain closed, the Club has had to make the difficult decision to postpone this site's reopening date. We hope to be able to reopen on Friday 8 March but we will continue to monitor this situation and will contact all members where bookings are affected. Please continue to review this webpage for further updates.

The Sandringham Estate Club Campsite

Notice to dog owners: Incidents of dogs falling ill following a visit to the woodland on the Sandringham Estate can be reported between the months of August and November. This is not specific to the Club site but dog owners should be aware and take precautions when visiting the woodland area around the site. For more information about Seasonal Canine Illness please refer to the Animal Health Trust Website.

Winchester Morn Hill Club Campsite

If you have a ferry booking and have booked an overnight Ferry Pitch, please note that the Ferry Pitches are located on the site's Upper Level and the toilet and washroom facilities on this level are closed for the winter. Please use the facilities on the Lower Level which are open as normal.

Wyatts Covert Club Campsite

NEW for 2023 - Smart Metering on-pitch electric metering trial
We’re trialling Smart Metering at this campsite, which means you will only pay for the amount of electricity you use during your stay. Ahead of your arrival, please set up an online account so you can add funds in advance of your stay. View our 'How it works' section at camc.com/smartmetering, then visit our trusted Smart Meter partner’s website to set up an account.

Due to HS2 works in the area there may be background noise at times. Road closure in place on Tilehouse Lane. Wyatts Covert is still accessible after Denham Green Lane.

York Beechwood Grange Club Campsite

The Play Park will be closed from 1 January to approximately 22 March whilst works are carried out to install a new Play Park.

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