Adults only caravan parks provide visitors with a peaceful getaway in combination with excellent facilities and amenities. Here’s our pick of 10 fantastic adults only caravan parks

10 top adults only caravan parks


Flodabay Farm, Isle of Harris, Scotland

If you’re looking for a quiet getaway with views to die for, Scotland’s west coast is hard to beat. Flodabay Farm is a small adults only caravan park on the Isle of Harris with views over the Bays of Harris, Isle of Skye, and towards mainland Scotland. This corner of the world is a magnet for wildlife including whales, dolphins and seals, along with a variety of birds including eagles and buzzards. It’s a small site with only three hardstanding pitches with hookup, so book early to avoid disappointment. The farm is a working croft with an onsite B&B, and nearby you’ll find the ancient stone circle of Calanais (Callanish), and the church of St Clements in Rodel, which was built around 1520.

Tyddyn Du Touring Park, Conwy, Wales

Tyddyn Du

A regular in our Top 100 Sites guide the outstanding adults only caravan park is beautifully positioned to enjoy the very best of the North Wales coast. The views towards Anglesey and the Great Orme at Llandudno are exceptional and there are plenty of onsite facilities, including an excellent toilet and shower block with wet rooms. All pitches have 16 amp electric hook-ups and easy access to water. It may be set on the coast, but it’s also within easy reach of the Snowdonia National Park with its many attractions including, walking climbing and zip-lining. You’re also only a short journey away from the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.


Shrubbery Touring Park, Dorset

A muse for literary figures and their works, the seaside resort of Lyme Regis in  Dorset with its picturesque harbour and interesting history has long held a fascination with writers including Thomas Hardy, John Fowles, Jane Austen and Alfred Lord Tennyson. The historic Cobb – an old stone pier which curves out into the sea and features in both The French Lieutenant Woman by Fowles and Persuasion by Austen – has a romantic seaside allure that is peculiarly British. Nearby Shrubbery Touring Park is set in 10 acres in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and, although open to all ages, has a dedicated adults only section.

Somers Wood Caravan Park, Coventry

Somers Wood

Superbly positioned for transport links throughout the West Midlands and a great place to stay should you be visiting the NEC, Somers Wood adults only caravan park is only 20 miles north of all things Shakespeare in beautiful Stratford-upon-Avon. Famous as the birthplace of the Bard, this market town is some 800 years old and has characterful streets, historic houses and a beautiful riverside location. Enjoy the black and white Tudor style frontages of the High Street, take in a trip to Anne Hathaway’s cottage or see what’s on at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. At Somers Wood itself you’ll find excellent facilities include 48 hardstanding pitches with electric hookup.


Green Acres Caravan Park, Cumbria

Green Acres

This excellent adults only caravan park puts you within a 20-minute drive of Birdoswald Roman Fort and the World Heritage Site Hadrian’s Wall. It’s a great position from which to explore this ancient Roman fortification which this year celebrates 1900 years since it was built. You’ll be able to see turrets along this stretch and the Roman Fort of Vercovicium. Green Acres is well placed for visiting Carlisle. The park has an award-winning facilities block with six luxurious wet rooms all with underfloor heating. There’s also a delightful dog walk. And a sports hall which includes a badminton court, pool table, darts board, table tennis table and board games.

Trethem Mill Touring Park, Cornwall

Trethem Mill

The Southwest is fortunate to have an abundance of touring parks, but most of the coastal ones tend to have a family focus. The adults only caravan park at Trethem Mill is an exception to the rule. It sits pretty on the gorgeous Roseland Peninsula and is perfect for exploring this part of the South West Coastal Path. The path runs all the way around the peninsula. It’s a five star park covering some 12 acres and all of the pitches have a 16 amp electric hook-up and TV point. Dogs are welcome and there’s an onsite nature meadow, along with beautiful landscaped gardens. Other local places of interest worth visiting include the seaside villages of St Mawes and Portscatho.



Oxon Hall Touring Park, Shropshire

You can find glorious country pubs all over England but rural Shropshire seems to have loads. The 15th-century free house Royal Oak ( in the village of Cardington is a great example. Low beams, pewter mugs and a huge inglenook fireplace all add to the atmosphere. The pub is famous locally for its Fidget Pie’. This Shropshire recipe of gammon, apples and cider that has been handed down from landlord to landlord and was eaten here by Prince Edward more than 25 years ago. Oxon Hall Touring Park has an adults only section and is within 30 minutes’ drive.

Waterrow Touring Park, Somerset

Found on the Somerset/Devon border this exquisite retreat is just the place to get away from it all and relax. The wooded valley setting is surrounded by riverside walks and further afield there are beautiful hikes in the Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park. Even better, you can reward yourself with a quiet pint at many of the nearby pubs including the  450 year old Rock Inn ( This beautiful gastro pub serves excellent food and is a popular destination with visitors to the park.


Fields End Water Caravan Park, Cambridgeshire

Fields End

You’ll find plenty of top-quality fishing lakes in this part of the country. But combining an excellent fishery with high-quality adults only caravan park facilities is no mean feat that Field End manages to achieve. The site has several lakes offering plenty of swims. There’s the chance to catch species such as carp, crucian, chubb, barbel, tench, perch and roach. Fully serviced hardstanding pitches are available right on the waterside and a number of glamping pods and lodges are also available for hire. There’s a pleasant cafe onsite and the added advantage of a longterm secure storage unit. You’re also within easy reach of the Norfolk coast with its many excellent beaches.

Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park, Leicestershire

Eye Kettleby

This site is a favourite with us at Practical Caravan having secured the number one position in our Top 100 in 2021. Eye Kettleby is another excellent example of a superb fishery that also offers top-class touring accommodation and facilities. This is a family site but it has a dedicated adults only section. The nine fishing lakes are the big attraction, with a mixture of coarse and specimen fishing. Specialist fishing tuition is also available. There’s also a Clubhouse with a packed schedule of entertainment, and a good-quality tearoom offering a wide choice of food. A wonderful specialist site that gets it absolutely right.

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