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Interested in a place to camp in the UK ? Moor Lane, Croyde, Devon : As new owners Benny and Lou are all too aware, surfers are an enthusiastic bunch (to put it mildly). Hours can pass as they scan the endless blue horizon for that elusive perfect wave. But Ocean Pitch is one of the few campsites in the area with direct beach views, meaning you can keep an eye on the surf and race down with your board just as the waves are breaking. And if you’re not here for the surf, it’s just as great being able to wake up and see the ocean each morning before you cook your breakfast sausages. The stunning Croyde Bay provides a perfect canvas for this unparalleled campsite masterpiece, and the site is on the coastal path, so it’s easy to reach the neighbouring beaches on foot.

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Dubbed one of ‘Britain’s top 5 coolest campsites,’ life at Catgill centres around the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park. With around 50 grass pitches, all offering views of rolling hills where you can go walking, it’s also close to Bolton Abbey where you can explore the riverside paths. Further afield, Skipton offers boat trips along the canal and there’s an award winning fish and chip shop if you’ve tired of grilling sausages on the portable BBQ.

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales sits the tiny village of Kettlewell, with a range of facilities that belies its size: three pubs, a restaurant, a shop and an ice-cream parlour, plus the excellent Kettlewell Camping. On the edge of the village, surrounded by traditional dry-stone walls, this site offers great views of the surrounding fells (hillsides) and furnished bell tents if you don’t have your own, or just want a touch of luxury. For ramblers, there are lovely paths through fields and wildflower meadows along Wharfedale or Littondale, while road cyclists can retrace the route of the Tour de France, which passed though Kettlewell when it visited Yorkshire in 2014.

Lee Valley Campsite, Essex : Want to leave London without really leaving London? Head to this spot in the vast Lee Valley Park and enjoy all the good stuff about the great outdoors just a short train ride away from the heart of the city. You’re surrounded by excellent walking and bike trails, and Lee Valley Park Farms is nearby (with meerkats, zebu and bearded dragons), as is the White Water Centre if you fancy some gnarly extreme sports. The site even has wi-fi for those who can’t bear to go without checking their email hourly (aka 99% of Londoners). Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, Chingford, E4 7RA.

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