Caravan sites & campsites in London
Head away on a city break to London with easy access to the vibrant, multicultural and 24-hour city from popular destinations. Both our Abbey Wood & Crystal Palace campsites will allow you to experience the buzz of the city, as well as offering close connections to the centre and the facilities needed for a comfortable trip. Touring also offers the added bonus of staying among open tranquil spaces, which means you’ll have the best of both worlds when visiting this fantastic location.
The ever-changing and diverse cultural scene means there is always something new to see or do when touring around Greater London. The Club caravan sites are a great place from which to experience the city's own fascinating culture in addition to those from all over the world. Both our 'open all year' sites, mean you can experience the famous landmarks and fantastic historical features of the capital, such as the Tower of London, Westminster Palace & Abbey and The Royal Botanic Gardens - all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
With over 200 of the country's major attractions, all of which are free to enter, there's nowhere else in the world where holidaymakers can see so much for so little. The amazing views from the London Eye, and the world's most visited modern art gallery, Tate Modern, are just two you can't afford to miss on your caravan or camping holiday to London.
Head outwards from London and you will find many of our motorhome & caravan parks that surround the capital. These campsites provide a great base from which to explore some of the South East's most beautiful counties, with our caravan sites in Surrey offering close proximity to the centre as well as a rich and varied countryside that's sure to impress. For caravanners & motorhomers that wish to explore further afield, you will discover Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire to the north, and Kent to the south.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best caravan and camping sites in London?
We also have Club campsite on the outskirts, with Alderstead Heath on the borders of Surrey, Wyatts Covert in Buckinghamshire and Commons Wood in Hertfordshire, all within an easy train journey into the capital.
Which campsites are open all year round in London?
Touring the country doesn't have to stop in the winter months, and if you're heading anywhere near our capital city you'll be able to stay at both Abbey Wood and Crystal Palace, which are both situated in central London with excellent transport links, as well as Commons Wood in Hertfordshire which is about 30 minutes by train into London.
Which campsites in London are dog-friendly?
All of our Club campsites in and around London are dog-friendly, with either dog-walks on site or dog-walks nearby. Search the facilities here.