Sites in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

Touring in Jersey

If you fancy a trip to Jersey, you must stay on a registered campsite and can only be on the island for a maximum of 31 days. Many of Jersey`s roads are narrow with limited access and there are restrictions on the size of motorhomes and caravans permitted on the island. For more information please visit the Jersey government website or the Visit Jersey tourist office.

We do not currently work with any campsites in Jersey so those listed below have not been inspected by the Club and we take no responsibility for any of the facilities or services on-site.

Beuvelande Campsite
Rue de Beuvelande
St Martin
01534 853 575

Rozel Camping Park
St Martin
01534 855 200

The Palms Campsite
St Ouen
Telephone: 01534 481 700 

For ferry bookings please see: 

Touring in Guernsey

Motorhomes and caravans are welcome in Guernsey but must comply with certain conditions as set out below. If you wish to bring your motorhome or caravan to Guernsey to be used for overnight accommodation please ensure that:

  • Your motorhome, towing vehicle or caravan is not more than 2.31m wide (excluding mirrors/indicators)
  • Your motorhome is not more than 9.45m long or;
  • Your towing vehicle and caravan is not more than 12.19m long
  • Your motorhome is booked into one of the registered campsites (Les Fauxquets Valley, La Bailloterie, Le Vaugrat or Beaucette Marina or;
  • Your caravan is booked into Le Vaugrat registered campsite; and
  • A motorhome/caravan permit has been obtained from the campsite operator

More information can be found at

Fauxquets Valley Farm Camping
Candie Road, Castel, GY5 7QL.
01481 236 951

Le Vaugrat Campsite
Route De Vaugrat, St. Sampsons, GY2 4TA
01481 257 468

For further advice and information please contact:

Visit Guernsey
PO Box 23
St Peter Port
Channel Islands
01481 723 552

Touring in the Isle of Man

Motorhomes are welcome on the Isle of Man anytime but if you wish to take your caravan to the island, you will need to contact the Department of Infrastructure to arrange a permit before making your travel arrangements.

E-mail or telephone 01624 686 911

For information and details of restrictions please go to

For ferry crossings please contact:

The Steam Packet Company
0871 222 1333

For information on campsites please contact:

Department of Tourism and Leisure
01624 686 801