UK – The Midlands

Day 1: Birmingham to Kingsbury

16 miles

Pick up your camper from Birmingham

Drive to the Kingsbury Water Park Club campsite just 25 minutes away from the depot. Bordered by the lovely Water Park, this campsite is the perfect setting for a leisurely break. It’s a spacious site with large, level pitches and modern facilities which benefit from underfloor heating.

A place to stay: Kinsbury Water Park Club

Day 2: Kingsbury to Chipping Norton

59 miles

This idyllic destination encompasses South Warwickshire, parts of the Cotswolds and some of England’s most famous towns. Visit Warwick Castle which has stood as an impressiveMedieval Fortress on the banks of the river Avon for the last 1100 years. Walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and explore the house where he was born and grew up then take a visit to the site of William Shakespeare’s grand family home, now a heritage landmark where visitors can connect with the playwright on the very ground where he lived for almost 20 years.

A place to stay: Chipping Norton Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Day 3: Chipping Norton to Oxford

22 miles

Blenheim Palace is a monumental English country house and the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough. The palace, one of England’s largest houses, was built between 1705 and circa 1722 and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

Oxford is a busy city with a number of famous sights. Christ Church is located in the heart of the city centre and is one of the colleges belonging to the University of Oxford. It is also home to the legendary Christ Church Cathedral, which was built in the 12th century. Today, Christ Church is a visitor favourite, well-known for its impressive architecture, entertaining evening choirs and the War Memorial Garden.

A place to stay: Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club Site.

Day 4: Oxford to Wolverly

82 miles

The area is famed for its dramatic hills and for the pure spring water that flows from them, but it offers so much more. A rich cultural heritage of forts, castles and priories stands proudly from this landscape of ancient woodland, rolling pastures and wild, open commons.

A place to stay: Wolverly Caravan and Camping Park

Day 5: Wolverly to Oswestry

60 miles

One of the first areas in the UK to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over 60 years ago. Off the beaten track and tranquil, this is a living, working place, loved by locals and visitors alike.

A place to stay: Cranberry Moss Camping & Caravanning Club Site

Day 6: Oswestry to Alton

65 miles

Poole’s Cavern is a two-million-year-old natural limestone cave on the edge of Buxton in the Peak District. Explore the vast Limestone caverns and see how crystal Stalactites and Stalagmites have lined the chambers over millions of years. Back above ground explore the beautiful country park woodlands and complete your day with a stroll to Grin Low and Solomon’s Temple viewpoint with superb views of the Peak District.

A place to stay: Alton, The Star Camping & Caravanning Club Site