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The Camping and Caravanning Club has joined forces with the Treasure Houses of England as its exclusive campsite accommodation partner from 2016-2018.
All 10 Treasure Houses have at least one high quality Club Site located nearby, each of which makes the perfect base for campers, caravanners and motorhomers planning visits to Treasure House destinations.
For the nearest, recommended Club or Camping in the Forest Sites to Harewood House, click through for details.
All about The Camping and Caravanning Club
Founded in 1901, the Club is the world’s oldest and largest Club for all forms of camping. It’s a not-for-profit organisation that today represents nearly 600,000 camping and caravanning enthusiasts. Television presenter and outdoor enthusiast, Julia Bradbury, is the Club President.
We understand the importance of being able to switch off, relax, and enjoy precious moments with people who matter the most. That’s why the Club operates a UK network of more than 100 good-quality, affordable Club Sites.
The Club also operates 16 Camping in the Forest sites, in partnership with the Forestry Commisison, and more than 1600 minimum-facility certificated sites. This amounts to a total of more than four million pitch nights available each year.
Whether you fancy a beach-side break or a country retreat, there’s a Club Site for you. Owned and managed by the Club, we can guarantee you’ll find exceptional standards of cleanliness and some of the friendliest places to camp in the UK.
Our Camping in the Forest sites are set in beautiful Forestry Commission woodland, and offer a ‘back-to-nature’ experience.
Alternatively, our Certificated Sites are tucked away in secluded locations, ranging from back-to-basics hideaways in a national park, to full-facility family fun on working farms.
Try glamping with Ready Camp
What’s more, if you’re new to camping, or fancy a spot of glamping, the Club offers a choice of glamping units, including our Ready Camp network of pre-erected tents on 29 UK Club Sites.
They’re perfect for touring without the hassle of hitching up a caravan or pitching a tent. All you need bring are towels and bedding.
The Club’s also operates a Travel Service, which provides a one-stop-shop for all overseas camping and caravanning needs, from choosing the right campsite to arranging discounts on ferry crossings, plus escorted tours to European and Worldwide destinations.
“The Club wants more people to enjoy the outdoors and feel the same enthusiasm we feel for it,” says the Club’s Director General, Robert Louden MBE. “Sharing the adventure is hugely important to us.”
By the passion, knowledge and expertise we can impart, The Camping and Caravanning Club can play a major role in making everyone’s camping experience an adventure.
For information on joining the Club, click here.