Camping: New campsites open in stately homes and farms as summer holidays set to begin

Landownders across the country are taking advantage of the demand in staycation summer holidays this year and opening up their land to create pop-up tourist campsites. From stately homes to alpaca farms, Britons can hire a pitch and enjoy what the country has to offer.

He said: “The camping market is the one market able to respond to this unprecedented growth demand we are expecting this year.

“The types of locations are really fascinating and not the sort we’ve seen before – race courses and country showgrounds for example. 

“Many shire counties have had to cancel county shows and this has been a great way to recoup some of those losses.

“There are lots of farms. There might also be experiences they can offer such as farm tours or tractor rides.”

It offers grass pitches from just £17 a night.

Whitby Showgrounds is also on the cards with a non-electric pitch costing £65 per night which includes entry to Whitby War Weekend in late August.

Those who like the sound of a staycation camping trip can pick from a huge range of sites on

For those hoping to get away this year, there are important things you should take with you.

According to Go Outdoors, there are must-haves you need for any camping trip.

The website explained: “First of all, a tent! They come in lots of sizes, and a good rule of thumb is to aim for a tent that sleeps one or two people more than you need.

“Tent pegs – you will get some with your tent, don’t forget to take them.

“Sleeping bags for everyone who is camping. It gets pretty chilly at night, even in summer.”

Other essentials included camping chairs, torches as well as cooking pans and cutlery.

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