Campsite holidays in 2021, what should you do?


With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the vaccine rollout continuing it's hard to know when lockdown and restrictions may ease. That in turn makes it difficult to make holiday plans as no one is really sure when travel for leisure will be reinstated.

If you're thinking about booking a campsite holiday you're probably worried about what will happen if you make a booking but then restrictions prohibit you from taking that holiday. Or what about if you want to move your booking to another date, or get a refund?

Booking policies especially for Covid
All the sites within the Premier Parks group are independent, with their own booking terms, conditions and policies. We do know, however, that many of the parks have set up Covid policies which will allow you to move your booking to another date, or get a full refund if you're unable to travel due to coronavirus. Some parks are even taking bookings for 2022 already. This means you can make a future booking and rest assured that you won't be out of pocket, whatever happens.

Don't leave it too late to book
It is also worth being aware that many sites are more booked up in 2021 than usual due to reservations from 2020 being rescheduled. With staycations looking more favourable once restrictions are lifted, we are expecting to see an increase in bookings for later in 2021 and beyond, so you might find it difficult to secure the dates you want if you leave it too long to book.

Our advice
For more information on the current lockdown and travel restrictions across the UK, please visit the dedicated coronavirus travel advice page on our sister site, OutandAboutLive, and we would always advise reading the full booking terms and conditions of any campsite before you make payment for your holiday.