Dorset Club Campsites

boats along Weymouth harbour in Dorset

Explore Dorset and everything it has to offer

Famous as the setting for Thomas Hardy's novels, the county will be forever associated with the author of Tess of the d'Ubervilles. You’ll find the county’s history stretches way back, and our plethora of caravan sites and parks in Dorset will position you perfectly to explore the area. Picturesque thatched cottages line the villages, deep wild forests surround you and wild flower meadows transform you to a place that’s so peaceful, you’ll never want to leave.

You can walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs, you can discover fascinating fossils at the Jurassic Coast, or you can read a classic novel on the beautiful beaches. Whatever your reason for coming to Dorset, Dorset will find a reason to make you stay.

Stay close to the action in our popular campsites

From our caravan sites, you’ll be able to look for traditional seaside pleasures at Weymouth or Bournemouth. Enjoy unique attractions like the Tank Museum, the fossil-strewn Jurassic Coast or the naughty, naked Cerne Abbas Giant. You'll find Dorset packed with things to see and do.

Alternatively, consider basing your camping holiday along the northern and opposite coastline of Somerset, or instead check our caravan parks in Wiltshire to explore the much-adored ‘Gateway to the West Country.’

What are the best caravan and camping sites in Dorset?

Bridport Bingham Grange is located in an idyllic setting overlooking stunning West Dorset. Situated just 3 miles from Bridport and West Bay (the gateway to the Jurassic Coast), this historic market town has a vibrant mix of town, sea and country life, hosting festivals, carnivals and events throughout the year. Crossways is an imaginatively landscaped destination set in the midst of 35 acres of lush woodland - ideal when touring in Dorset. Pitching is available in open groves, all of which are linked by a scenic snaking road. This makes for easy access around the caravan site, from the charmingly named Iron Horse Meadows to Poachers Paradise. Haycraft makes for an ideal base from which to explore the historic towns, picturesque villages and beautiful coastline of Dorset. There are numerous public footpaths and coastal walks near the caravan site for walking enthusiasts, and if you're a beach lover you will be a short distance from the sandy beaches of Swanage or the glorious stretch of golden sands at Studland Bay.

Where can I camp with a tent in Dorset?

We have hand-picked the best locations so you don’t have to. If you’re looking for a great camping destination in Dorset, these are just a few of the amazing sites we have available for you to book. Close to all the action, these sites have a range of camping pitches that are perfect for your stay; Bridport Bingham Grange, Crossways and Hunter's Moon.

Which campsites in Dorset are dog-friendly?

All of our UK Club Sites are dog-friendly and better yet, your four-legged friends go free! Find out how we cater for dogs and what to expect when visiting a Club Site with the family pet.