A new study has revealed that National Parks are some of the UK’s best campervan destinations to visit this summer.
The extensive new study shows the North York Moors to be overall winner.
More and more Brits are discovering the freedom and flexibility that a campervan brings, with booming sales fuelled by the recent pandemic and the work-from-home trend.
The list was compiled by Select Van Leasing and is based on a number of different factors – including cost, the number of campervan-friendly campsites, the weather, and how Instagram-friendly the scenery is.
Taking the crown for being the best of the National Parks overall for a campervan stay is The North York Moors, with an impressive total score of 69.3 out of 100.
The beloved natural beauty spot in Yorkshire has an average rainfall of only 755mm, meaning you’re likely to have a dry stay whilst you explore the stunning park.
There is also a very accommodating 64 sites allowing campervans to pitch up and stay in one of the national parks.
Ranking as the second-best national park for a campervan holiday is The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, scoring a respectable 60.1 out of 100.
With 69 campsites allowing campervans and the average nightly stay costing £26.00, you can easily and affordably find a great location to stay in one of the national parks.
The Peak District National Park lands the title of the third-best National Park for a holiday in a campervan, with a total score of 59.2 out of 100.
Embarking on a campervan adventure is a wonderful way to explore the beauty of the United Kingdom. With its idyllic landscapes, rich history, and captivating culture, the national parks stand out as a must-visit destinations for motorcaravanners. The UK offers a unique blend of picturesque countryside, charming coastal towns, and fascinating heritage sites.