5 Best Hammock Camping Sites in the UK

Hammock in the forest

Feeling like you need a break from all the hustle and bustle in the city? Thinking about maybe going for a camping trip? Well, you’ve come to the right place. If it’s a hammock camping trip you want, we recommend these 5 camping sites in the UK:

1. Ace Hideaways, North East Scotland

There are camping spots where you can set up your hammock and glamping hideaway huts and tents available for reservation here. You are welcome to bring your own hammocks and tents and experience their woodland camping in the Findhorn Valley or if you’re more interested in hammock glamping, you have a choice between their shepherd’s hut, and bell tent or camping pitch. You can go salmon fishing and water rafting at the River Findhorn. There are also other activities such as kayaking, canyoning, river tubing and cliff jumping.

2. Dreamy Hollow Campsite, Norfolk

There are 12 pitches and 3 of which have a hammock point and are suitable for hammock camping. They are Nelly’s pitch, Taffy’s Pitch and Lovat’s pitch. They also have 3 secluded pitches called Anderson pitch, a secret shade and Nigel’s nook. Some activities you can do there are archery, going on a boat trip to Blakeney Point to see the seals, going for bike rides or just taking a long walk near the seaside, along the quiet beaches. Not to forget, showers and toilets are available at the campsite. 

3. Haggs Bank Bunkhouse and Campsite, Cumbria

Haggs Bank Campsite is the perfect hammock camping location. It has 2 areas for camping. One is a small woodland area with trees specifically for hammock camping. The other is their main campsite for pitching tents. They do allow well-behaved dogs on the campsite, but they must be kept on a lead. Fire pits and disposable BBQs are prohibited on the campsite to prevent any damage to the pitches for future campers.

4. Beech Estate Campsite, East Sussex

Beech Estate campsite is a 600-acre woodland that is off the grid. They have pitches specifically for hammock camping and you can take your time to explore the whole campsite. They have seven hot showers, four flushing toilets, five compost loos and many freshwater points. You can go for walks in the woodland, mountain bike riding in the forest or do some bushcraft and build a den. Since it is off the grid, there is no electricity and no charging points for phones.

5. Ashbourne Woods Camping, South Devon

In these 68 acres of woodlands, you can opt for a wild or semi-wild hammock camping. This campsite is extremely convenient as they have many facilities available for campers such as toilets, hot showers, laundry machines and firepits. Try out this wild camping experience and cook your dinner over the fire pit. Sounds very exciting!

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