Campsites in Somerset

Cathedral, Wells

Welcome to our Premier Parks guide to campsites in Somerset. A popular location in southwest England, Somerset offers a picturesque landscape of rolling hills, charming countryside, historic cities and stunning coastline. Boasting a diverse range of attractions, from the mystical Glastonbury Tor to the enchanting Cheddar Gorge, Somerset entices adventurers, nature lovers, and history buffs alike. There's plenty to see, and our guide to things to do in Somerset is a great starting point. Somerset has something for everyone, and our carefully selected, high-quality campsites ensure you'll have the perfect base to discover all that this remarkable destination has to offer.

Premier Parks campsites in Somerset

Burrowhayes Farm Caravan, Camping & Riding Stables

West Luccombe, Porlock, Somerset, TA24 8HT

Burrowhayes Farm Caravan, Camping & Riding Stables

West Luccombe, Porlock, Somerset, TA24 8HT

Walkers' paradise On-site riding stables In Exmoor National Park

A select family site situated next to Horner Water in the heart of the Exmoor National Park. Within walking distance is the pretty village of Porlock.


Country View Holiday Park

Sand Road, Sand Bay, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, BS22 9UJ

Country View Holiday Park

Sand Road, Sand Bay, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, BS22 9UJ

Close to a great beach Heated outdoor swimming pool Fabulous toilet & shower facilities

Stunning rural campsite just 200 yards from the beautiful Sand Bay beach.

Caravan 120
Holiday Home 65
Motorhome 120
Tent 20

Riverside Holiday Village

Bridgwater Road, Bleadon, Somerset, BS24 0AN

Riverside Holiday Village

Bridgwater Road, Bleadon, Somerset, BS24 0AN

Picturesque riverside location 10-minute drive from Weston-super-Mare Fantastic facilities including indoor pool, bar & clubhouse

Enjoy family orientated fun with fantastic facilities, all just a few minutes’ drive from the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare.


Wells Touring Park

Haybridge, Wells, Somerset, BA5 1AJ

Wells Touring Park

Haybridge, Wells, Somerset, BA5 1AJ

Adults only Bus stop at the park entrance Within walking distance of main attractions and restaurants

Tranquil park in the heart of Somerset.


Waterrow Touring Park

Waterrow, Wiveliscombe, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 2AZ

Waterrow Touring Park

Waterrow, Wiveliscombe, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 2AZ

Adult only Open all year Tranquil and peaceful

An open all year, adult only park within a private nature reserve and country wildlife site


Long Hazel Park

High Street, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7JH

Long Hazel Park

High Street, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7JH

Adult only Open all year Fully serviced pitches

Adult only, multi award-winning, VisitEngland five star, AA four Gold Pennants touring park and campsite in a great location to explore Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire.

Caravan 13
Lodge 4
Motorhome 11
Tent 17

Exe Valley Caravan Site

Mill House, Bridgetown, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9JN

Exe Valley Caravan Site

Mill House, Bridgetown, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9JN

Adult only In Exmoor National Park Riverside pitches

Adults only camping in the Exmoor National Park with every pitch beside the River Exe or the sparkling Mill Stream.

Caravan 38
Motorhome 38
Seasonal Pitch 1
Tent 12

Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

Ham Lane, Bishop Sutton, Bath, Somerset, BS39 5TZ

Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

Ham Lane, Bishop Sutton, Bath, Somerset, BS39 5TZ

Adult only Open all year Tranquil setting

An open all year, adults only site with just 45 pitches, set in landscaped gardens, close to Bath and Bristol.


Some of the best things about Somerset

Glastonbury Tower, Somerset

Exploring Somerset's delights

Somerset is a treasure trove of captivating experiences for those seeking outdoor adventures.

With its diverse array of attractions, charming villages, historic sites, and stunning natural wonders, Somerset beckons campers to explore its bountiful offerings. If you're planning a camping trip in this enchanting county, you can choose to visit the expansive coastline, for happy days at the beach, head to the wild beauty of Exmoor National Park, or wander among history in the towns and cities, such as Bath, Wells and Glastonbury.

Nature's majesty

Embrace the great outdoors as Somerset reveals its awe-inspiring natural wonders.

Begin by venturing into Exmoor National Park, where expansive moorlands, hidden valleys, and tranquil rivers await. Lace up your hiking boots and traverse the rugged terrain, encountering breathtaking viewpoints and the chance to spot wild ponies, red deer, and soaring birds of prey. For a touch of magic, head to the mystical Glastonbury Tor, an ancient hilltop crowned with a medieval tower, providing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Coastal charms

Somerset's coastline is a haven for beach lovers and coastal explorers.

Don't miss the golden sands of Weston-super-Mare, where you can relish long walks along the promenade, indulge in traditional seaside treats, and take a dip in the refreshing waters of the Bristol Channel. Further along the coast, discover the quaint village of Watchet, known for its charming harbour and rich maritime history. Explore the fossil-rich beaches of Kilve or embark on a boat trip from Minehead to spot seals basking on the rocks.

Historical marvels

Immerse yourself in Somerset's storied past by visiting its historical sites.

Unearth centuries of history at the magnificent Wells Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that boasts intricate carvings and a tranquil cathedral green. Step back in time at the remarkable Glastonbury Abbey, steeped in legends of King Arthur and Guinevere. Meanwhile, in the heart of the county, lies the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its Roman Baths and elegant Georgian architecture.

Culinary delights

No visit to Somerset would be complete without savoring its culinary offerings.

Treat your taste buds to the county's renowned specialities, such as creamy Cheddar cheese produced in the village of Cheddar itself. Explore local farm shops and farmer's markets to sample delectable West Country produce, including cider, apple juice, and scrumptious farmhouse ice cream. For a unique experience, embark on a tour of Somerset's vineyards and discover the region's burgeoning wine scene.

Family Fun

Somerset is a fantastic destination for family-friendly adventures.

Take the little ones to the exhilarating Wookey Hole Caves, where underground wonders and a thrilling dinosaur experience await. Animal lovers will relish a visit to the award-winning Longleat Safari Park, where you can marvel at majestic lions, feed gentle giraffes, and get up close and personal with mischievous monkeys. With numerous family-friendly campsites in the area, Somerset offers the perfect setting for creating lifelong memories with loved ones.