Wild Camping Near Me
As the popularity of Wild Camping continues to grow, so too does the number of campsites adapting to this trend. Sure, there might be a shower block a walk away! But if you’re not yet ready to take the plunge and pitch up on some random spot. You want to camp with a group of friends or you want a campfire to keep you warm at night, then here’s a few links to almost-wild campsites to get you started.
Wild Camping on Dartmoor
It is acceptable to ‘backpack camp’ for one or two nights in some areas of open moorland, well away from roads or settlements. Remember to stick to the Wild Camping Etiquette, ‘Leave no trace’ and do not impact the surrounding landscape.
There are also farm campsites, rustic camping barns, pods and huts.
Wild Camping Scotland
Scotland is among the best countries for Wild Camping and they’ve made it easy to not break the rules. Familiarise yourself with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code before your trip.
Wild Camping Yorkshire
Wild Camping in the Yorkshire Dales is restricted and discouraged – especially during grouse shooting season, however the usual ‘leave no trace’ applies if you are discreet.