Campsites near Glastonbury

Camp in Glastonbury for cave potholing, lake paddling, and cycling through charming villages.

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12 top campsites near Glastonbury

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Sweet Hill Farm

10 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Dorset, South West England
Simple, almost-wild, seaside camping on the Isle of Portland
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Wookey Farm

45 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Somerset, South West England
Eco-friendly, campfire-friendly, family-friendly camping on the farm – plus Somerset's famous Wookey Hole caves on the doorstep
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Petruth Paddocks

9 units · Motorhomes, Tents30 acres · Somerset, England
Easy-going camping for all, just a stroll away from famous Cheddar Gorge
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Ebborways Farm

99 units · Motorhomes, Tents21 acres · Wells, Somerset, South West England
Proper camping where everyone is welcome in Somerset’s Mendip Hills
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Kingsmead Camping

36 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Devon, England
A range of pitches, from grassy open spaces to off-grid woodland clearings, topped off by two well-stocked fishing lakes
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Oak Cottage Wyes Workshops

4 units · Glamping4 acres · Gloucestershire, South West England
Magical, secluded glamping in the Wye Valley, yards from the Offas Dyke trail
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Camping in Nature at Vallis Veg

15 units · Tents18 acres · Frome, Somerset, South West England
Back-to-basics, natural camping with campfires encouraged and easy walks to the local attractions in Frome
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Bridgewood Camping

3 units · Glamping, Tents6 acres · Sherborne, England
We have 6 acres of woodland with pitches spaced out, some can become adjoining pitches for friends wanting to pitch close. You can nestle in the trees with a hammock, bivy or tent. Have a firepit and surround yourself in nature. Just off a main road means you can venture to town or endless countryside. Pitch... (2 Adults, 1 tent, 1 Car)... £30.00/night Additional Adult (17yrs+) .......... £15.00/night Additional Young Person (2-16yrs) ... £10.00/night Additional Young Person (0-1yr) ... £5.00/night *well be-haved, leashed Dogs ... £10.00/night Additional CAR .... £5.00 Each pitch has concrete slabs for firepit siting. Free use of 1 firepit per pitch when purchasing logs/kindling from us. Log trug £5.00 and kindling £1.50 per bundle. WE DO NOT ALLOW WOOD OR KINDLING FROM OTHER SOURCES TO BE BROUGHT OR USED IN OUR WOODLAND - because of the risk of disease or pests being introduced into our environment from an unknown source may harm/kill or be detrimental to our Ancient Woodland. We provide rubbish bins, trolleys for you to convey your equipment to our designated pitches, loo roll in our loo huts, sun (solar) heated shower bags, mains water stand pipe and the fresh air in which to unwind. Our aim is to provide somewhere rather than a traditional field for camping, with as much as possible to spend time OFF-GRID and promote a 'LEAVE NO TRACE' ethos! If you want a quiet break with time for reflection, flora and fauna, wildlife and an appreciation of your surroundings our woodland is for you, however, if you prefer modern day luxuries and are put off by slightly inclement weather carefully consider all the above! We will aim to help where we can and very much look forward to Welcoming you for your stay. Thank you.
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Private Yurt Retreat Ashmead Meadow

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Somerset, South West England
Year-round yurt stays in a private meadow on the Somerset Levels
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Brig's Farm

21 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Bridport, Dorset, South West England
Family camping with campfires near Charmouth, with sea views and a couple of quirky glamping lorries
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Wytch Wood Camping

18 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents3 acres · Somerset, South West England
A small, quiet, eco-friendly campsite on a working sheep farm
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Cider Farm Orchard Campsite

14 units · Tents20 acres · Dorset, South West England
Adult-only camping amid the apple blossom of an award-winning cider orchard
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Campsites near Glastonbury guide

Overview

Found in southwest England, Glastonbury offers easy access to the coastline and lots of lush landscape to explore. Spend sunny summer days on the shores of Exmoor National Park, then relax at campsites on-site under shooting stars. Cheddar Gorge delivers high-elevation fun with limestone cliffs, as well as underground cave adventures. Cycling routes in Blackdown Hills Area of Natural Beauty are great any time of year, especially when combined with a pit-stop for a pint. To top it all off, Glastonbury and the surrounding areas provide a tremendous amount of camping options, including rustic field campsites, amenity-filled holiday parks, and glamping in luxurious yurts.

Where to go

Exmoor National Park

A dark sky reserve and haven for wildlife and culture, Exmoor National Park is just over an hour west from Glastonbury. Speed down mountain bike trails, head to Wimbleball Lake for canoeing and fishing, or wander to the shoreline for rock pooling when the tides recede. Stay in star-gazer tents with clear-panel roofs to view the night sky from the comfort of a cosy double bed, while tea warms on the stove. There’s also an abundance of holiday parks, some with riverside pitches that offer wifi access, shower facilities, and dog-wash stations.

Cheddar Gorge

The awe-inspiring cliffs and caves of Cheddar Gorge are found just 30 minutes north of Glastonbury in Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Explore the underground passageways, rock climb the 450-foot high limestone cliffs, or conquer the Cliff-Top Walk to take in spectacular views of Somerset Hills at the top of the gorge. Rent a vintage Airstream with a king-size bed, park the caravan at a holiday park with full hookups, or opt for a wood-frame cabin rental with a spa-like bathroom.

Blackdown Hills Area of Natural Beauty

An hour drive southwest brings campers to Blackdown Hills Area of Natural Beauty.

A classic representation of the English countryside, the area of Blackdown Hills encompasses picturesque villages with traditional pubs, sprawling farmland, and forests filled with wildlife. Experience the biodiversity in Halsdon Nature Reserve, or head to Culm Valley and explore walking and cycling trails. Pitch a tent in a field with sweeping open skies and convenient access to toilets, showers, and potable water. Holiday parks for caravans are also available—some feature private firepits, picnic tables, and wifi.

When to go

Around Glastonbury, summers are sunny and winters are rainy, brisk, and windy. The best time to experience the great outdoors is June until late September. Rain starts in October and lightens up in March. Summer months are drier, though light drizzles occur sporadically. A variety of festivals occur from spring until fall, like the Dark Sky Festival in Exmoor National Park in October.

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