The best of the best
Every year, we celebrate the UK's top campsites and caravan parks at the AA Caravan and Camping Awards. Each of the winners have been selected for their outstanding overall quality and high levels of customer care – with a glowing reputation that precedes them, it's no surprise that they all enjoy high proportions of repeat customers every year.
Congratulations to all of the 2021 winners on their fantastic achievements. You can watch the award announcements here.
AA Holiday Centre of the Year: Park Foot Caravan & Camping Park
Park Foot Holiday Park enjoys a gorgeous location surrounded by dramatic fells on the edge of Ullswater. The perfect base for exploring the Lake District, choose between camping and touring pitches, lodges, cottages and more, before sampling the range of on-site activities on offer.
AA Glamping Site of the Year: Concierge Glamping
Experience quality, quirky luxury at this characterful park near Chichester. Great attention to detail is evident throughout, particularly with the four stunning safari lodges, idyllically situated beside a babbling stream in a secluded meadow. The on-site amenities are outstanding, and include an on-site shop stocked with locally produced essentials.
AA Small Campsite of the Year: Red Bank Farm
Set within a rural working farm location beside the shores of Morecambe Bay, Red Bank Farm enjoys stunning views of the Lakeland fells. This delightful site is characterised by its hands-on, caring owners and friendly team – Archers, the on-site café, is also exceptional.
AA Most-improved Campsite of the Year: Riverside Camping
This former garden centre near the River Seiont has been transformed in recent years into an excellent campsite. Its latest developments include a four stylish Riverside Cabans, complete with woodburning stoves and Japanese hot tubs, and two luxury lodges with glorious mountain views.
AA Campsite of the Year for the Heart of England: Wheathill Touring Park
Enjoy fabulous views of the Shropshire countryside from this beautifully landscaped, adults-only park located just north of Ludlow. Optimum privacy is assured from the spacious and fully serviced pitches, there’s also a top-notch amenity block in each field with quality fittings.
AA Campsite of the Year for the South East: Swiss Farm Touring & Camping
Enjoying AA five-Pennant Platinum status, the development of this campsite over the last decade has been truly remarkable. The atmosphere is both peaceful and relaxing, with top-class facilities including a fishing lake, café bar and stylish outdoor eating kitchen. The town of Henley-upon-Thames is also within walking distance.
AA Campsite of the Year for the South West: Woodland Springs Adult Touring Park
This tranquil site within the Dartmoor National Park is surrounded by woodland and farmland. Recent additions include 12 new premium pitches, as well as a new motorhome service point, dog shower, and newly-refurbished toilet block – all indicative of the high levels of customer care you can expect throughout your stay.
AA Campsite of the Year for the North West: Lamb Cottage Caravan Park
Close to historic Chester, this long-established park offers 41 Super Pitches, 30 Seasonal Pitches and a brand-new American Motorhome Pitch. The arboretum-standard coniferous and deciduous trees and pretty floral displays surrounding the site help create an immaculate and peaceful setting for a relaxing break.
AA Campsite of the Year for the North East: Ladycross Plantation Caravan Park
Set in 95 acres of woodland, the unique forest setting of this caravan park that’s just five miles from Whitby creates that perfect away-from-it-all feeling. The top-class facilities include timber-clad amenity blocks, a shop, and a cosy outside area for taking in the surroundings with a hot drink or ice cream.
AA Campsite of the Year for Wales: Pencelli Castle Caravan & Camping Park
Lying in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this tranquil caravan and camping site offers high-quality facilities amid beautiful scenery. Catering for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents across three picturesque fields, there’s also a children’s play park on-site to keep younger guests entertained.
AA Campsite of the Year for Scotland: Brighouse Bay Holiday Park
This family-owned destination has been delighting guests for over fifty years with its marvellous coastal setting, excellent amenities, and diverse range of accommodation. Perfect for an active family holiday, activities on offer include pony trekking, a family putting green, an 18-hole golf course and a licensed shop.
AA Campsite of the Year for England & Overall: South Lychett Manor Caravan & Camping Park
Situated in the grounds of a historic manor house on the outskirts of Poole, this park has been beautifully developed to its current superb standard. Fully serviced hardstanding pitches are available, along with a range of luxury glamping options – however it’s the high level of customer care that truly sets this campsite apart, resulting in guests returning time after time.
The AA Caravan & Camping Guide 2022
From small places in quiet locations to large holiday centres with fun for all the family, the ever-popular AA Caravan & Camping Guide continues to showcase the best sites from across Britain.
The guide also features recommended places for campers based on family friendliness, eco friendliness, fishing, the best views, and more.