Caravan and camping sites on the Isle of Wight

The needles off the coast of Isle of Wight

From our Isle of Wight caravan sites you’ll be able to explore England’s largest island and take advantage of beautiful coastlines, sandy beaches and a variety of attractions that make this location a popular holiday spot for all ages and interests.

Discover our Isle of Wight caravan holiday parks, only a short ferry crossing from Hampshire's port city of Southampton. The Isle of Wight has over 60 miles of beautiful and stunning coastline, rugged and unspoilt. With great weather in the summer to enjoy the numerous walking and cycling routes throughout the island. There are several amazing and safe beaches for the family to visit along with a variety of leisure activities for the whole family to explore.

Ferry offers

Members can save 6% off selected saver fares with Red Funnel, 20% off economy caravan rates and 50% off economy motorhome rates on Wightlink ferry crossings. Find out more.

Inspirations for your holiday to the Isle of Wight

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I take a motorhome to the Isle of Wight?

Travelling to the Isle of Wight in a motorhome or a caravan is the perfect way to see the area and explore at your leisure. We even offer a special 'Sail and Stay' package break, which you can check out here.

Where can I camp with a tent on the Isle of Wight?

There's no better place to go tent camping on the Isle of Wight, than the beautiful Southland Club campsite, located in Newchurch, near Sandown on the east coast of the island.

Campers will benefit from the excellent on-site facilities including a family-friendly play area and playground, as well as the site being easily accessible to the surrounding area.

Which campsites on the Isle of Wight are dog-friendly?

Southland Club campsite, located in Newchurch near Sandown on the east coast of the island, is dog-friendly and even has a dog walk on site.

Book a Club Site

Search by map