How does a spot of wild camping in Great Britain sound? While wild camping isn't legal in all GB countries, you can explore wilderness owned by Campspace hosts!
Wild camping in Great Britain is a popular activity among outdoor enthusiasts. While it is not legal in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, Scotland has a more lenient approach to wild camping, allowing it in most areas as long as certain guidelines are followed. These include camping in small groups, staying for no more than two or three nights in one location, leaving no trace, and camping away from buildings or roads. Wild camping in Scotland provides a unique opportunity to experience the breathtaking scenery and rugged landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, the remote islands of the Hebrides, and the beautiful lochs and glens of the Trossachs. Although it requires more planning and preparation than staying in a designated campsite, wild camping in Scotland offers a true sense of adventure and a chance to connect with nature in a way that is not possible in more developed areas.
If you're fairly new to camping, or want to go camping in the other countries in Great Britain, try your hand at sleeping in nature by booking one of these campspaces, which give you the feeling of hiding away in the wilderness, with the added benefit of amenities!
Collect some wood, make your own tools, cook your food on a nice open fire or just read a good book. There is a lot you can do, but the best thing is to be busy with nature. Explore the area on foot or by bike and feel free to come and go as you please. The freedom, the peace, that's what you do it for. Discover above which magical places you want to visit!
Are you looking for something different than wild camping in Great Britain? Travel with your camping vehicle or campervan to one of these brilliant camper sites in the UK.
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