Based on the Cheshire / Lancashire border, I Do Campers is ideally situated for the start of your Camper van adventure. We are located just 1 mile from Junction 23 of the M6 Motorway.
...is the breath-taking Lake District National Park. England's largest National Park is a gem of a place to visit. There are breath-taking lakes, soaring mountains - known locally as 'fells', picturesque valleys and even sandy coastline. Home to Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.
...and you are in North Wales, our family favourite! Home to the Snowdonia National park and the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. Combined with some of Wales’ award winning beaches such as Abersoch and the rugged mountains and beautiful shores of North Wales which have lured visitors from every direction for many generations.
The North Wales coast is a mixture of wonderful sandy beaches, family friendly towns and historic fortifications. Just over one hour from us are the castles at Conwy and Caernarfon which are possibly the most striking medieval monuments in Wales. There is plenty to do for all ages from walking the Welsh Coast Path to kite surfing. Or if you’re not feeling quite so energetic, there are plenty of beautiful beaches to while away the day and dip your toes in the sea.
...and you reach the Peak District. This National Park offers breath-taking views and fantastic opportunities for pastimes such as cycling, walking and wildlife watching. The north east coast of England is not well known as a seaside holiday destination but it has a lot to offer the visitor. Here you will find resorts and campsites to match any in the country, such as the areas of Scarborough and Grimsby offering stunning scenery, unspoilt beaches and major cities and ports. As with most of the British coastline variety is the key feature and it is what makes a visit to the north east coast a very rewarding experience.
Here is another favourite of ours! At the western extremity of England, the counties of Devon and Cornwall encompass everything from genteel, cosy villages to vast Atlantic-facing strands of golden sand and wild expanses of moorland. The winning combination of rural peace and first-class beaches lends the peninsula a particular appeal to outdoors enthusiasts.
Cornwall! We love it! It has more campsites and holiday parks than anywhere else in Britain and Cornwall regularly wins awards as a top UK tourist destination.