Camping holidays: Five pop-up campsites to look out for in England in 2021

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Camping saw a surge in popularity this year, with many Britons dusting off their sleeping bags and hiking boots to explore the UK. The coronavirus pandemic saw consumer confidence in international travel take a hit, leading many to instead travel domestically. While now may not be the season for camping, Britons have been urged to book staycations for next year now to avoid missing out.

Cool Camping identified an increase in pop-up campsites this year with the sites having more than doubled since 2019.

The camping website is expecting the trend to continue.

For those looking to book 2021 camping holidays now, Cool Camping has recommended five pop-up campsites which have already been confirmed for next year.

Chase Camping, Staffordshire

Chase Camping will be popping up on Cannock Chase just north of Birmingham.

Chase Camping is aimed at cycling enthusiasts and is only open for 28 days of the year.

Next year, the site will open for handful of days in June, August and September.

The site has portaloos, showers, water points, a shop, mobile phone charging station and grass pitches.

The campsite is a mere hundred metres from Birches Valley Forest, home to the Midland’s first dedicated mountain bike trail and attracting hundreds of riders all year round.

Wild Riverside Camping, Suffolk

Wild Riverside Camping will be returning on the banks of the Deben in Suffolk next year.

The campsite is perfect for people who enjoy the countryside and the coast, located just minutes from the estuary beach.

The facilities are very basic with no mains electricity on site – so campers should be prepared.

The site allows dogs but not campervans, motorhomes or caravans.

If you want to get back to nature, Wild Riverside Camping is the best way to do it.

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Frome Meadow, Dorset

From Meadow will pop up beside the River Frome in Dorchester, Dorset next year.

If you love wild swimming and the open countryside, Frome Meadow is perfect.

Facilities-wise, you’ll find eco-friendly compost loos, hot showers and a washing-up area.

The site is suitable for tents and trailer tents but not caravans or campervans.

Harry’s Meadow, New Forest, Hampshire

There are several campsites in the popular New Forest but Harry’s Meadow in the grounds of the Hale Estate could arguably be the best.

Immense space, a peaceful atmosphere and lush countryside surround this site, with the chance to explore the historic city of Salisbury on a rainy.

The site has no electricity, drinking water taps, 10 composting loos and six hot and gas-powered showers which means you will be going back to basics.

Harry’s Meadow is suitable for families, couples, tents, camper vans, motorhomes and dogs but not caravans or “noisy folk”.

Pete’s Field, Kent

Open during the school summer holidays only, Pete’s Field is great for families.

The site has two open-air bucket showers, six flushing toilets in a small converted container and open-air washing up facilities.

For those who want to get back to basics but still want to enjoy a shower in the morning, it’s a great option.

The site will be open in July and August only so campers better book early.

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