If camping is not your style but don’t want to miss out on any of the UK’s most famous festivals then why not rent a motorhome and camp in comfort. We’ve listed some of the most popular UK festivals that are motorhome friendly.
Located in beautiful Avalon, Somerset is the incredible Glastonbury festival. Each area of the festival has its own personality, its own devotees and unique attractions. With acres to explore at Glastonbury, our advice to you would be to just go get lost, wander the outskirts for new and exciting thrills of this legendary festival.
Scotland’s most celebrated music festival T in the Park takes place in Strathallen Castle, Perth. Held annually since 1994, T in the Park is the second largest greenfield festival in the UK in terms of attendance and continues to rapidly grow.
Reading and Leeds Festivals are two separate festivals held concurrently in two separate cities for fans of indie, rock and alternative music. Leeds is located in Bramham Park and Reading – the original of the two is held on Richfield Avenue.
Hosted off mainland UK, the Isle of Wight Festival has a rich heritage. In 1970 the Isle of Wight festival was the largest and most recognised out of all the early festivals. At that time it was even said to have been one of the biggest gatherings in the world.
Camp Bestival is the little sister to Bestival located in Lulworth Castle, Dorset. This festival focuses on families who have small children but still want to participate in the summer vibes. With theatre shows and activities for children as well as music no wonder its won Best New Festival 2008 and Best Family Festival for four years.
An alternative to mainstream festivals, the Secret Garden Party is held at Abbots Ripton. This once intimate festival as dramatically populated in size over the years. This annual independent arts and music festival supports CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) which aims to prevent male suicide in the UK.
V Festival or V Fest as its known is held at two locations simultaneously, these sites are highlands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Stafford – both locations share the same bill and alternate acts over the weekend period.