This Caravan Club site enjoys stunning views over Dunnet Bay to Dunnet Head. This tranquil spot is ideally placed for beach walks, birdwatching, climbing Dunnet Head and visiting John O’Groats. All 57 pitches are grass and there is a washblock and launderette on site.
The Caithness and Sunderland Walking Festival starts on 1 May. The walks throughout the eight-day event range from intense coastal hikes to riverside ambles and leisurely wildlife strolls. For prices and bookings visit www.walkcaithness.com
Orchard trees provide the shade, while the Malvern Hills provide the views at this rural site. Enjoy fishing in Kingsgreen’s small lake or take advantage of the surrounding countryside that’s ideal for walking and cycling. There are 45 level grass and hardstanding pitches with hook-ups and a washblock on site.
The 2010 Malvern Hills Walking Festival gets going on 29 May. The six-day event comprises the 63-mile Heritage trail and 33 other walks to satisfy all abilities. Visit www.malvern-hills.co.uk/malvern-walking-festival for the full walks listings.
The Orchards’ new heated facilities block has the usual amenities, plus family bath and shower rooms, a walkers’ drying room and cycle store. The 175 pitches have hook-ups and many are hardstandings. On site are indoor and outdoor pools, play areas, a shop and a takeaway.
The 16-day Isle of Wight Walking Festival gets going on 8 May. There’s a choice of 300 walks and all abilities are covered, from hikers to casual strollers. There is a 72-mile coastal hike but you may decide on something less strenuous. Sign up at www.isleofwightwalkingfestival.co.uk
An indoor pool, solarium and gym are just some of the facilities available on this well-equipped site. It also boasts a fishing lake, golf course, all-weather sports pitches and adventure play area. The touring area has 140 pitches and many are fully serviced hardstandings. A bar, restaurant and supermarket are also on site.
Now in its sixth year, the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival starts on 22 May. There will be more than 60 organised walks leading through the Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Visit www.woldswalkingfestival.co.uk for details and booking.
This tree-lined site is set in a quiet corner of Stonham Barns leisure complex. Within the complex is a golf centre, fishery and owl sanctuary. On site, facilities include 60 level pitches with hook-ups, a washblock, launderette and small shop.
This year’s South and Heart of Suffolk Walking Festival starts on 15 May. Themed walks include poetry, storytelling, photographic and medieval trails, plus there are longer walks for seasoned walkers. Visit www.southandheartofsuffolk.org.uk to find a walk to suit you.