A number of caravan sites are ideally placed to help you get the most from the outdoors on your break. Whether situated in a National Park or providing a range of activities, there are sites around the country to cater for you.  Mountain biking and hiking trails run from many locations, whilst lakeside sites open up a range of water-based activities.

Llangorse Lakeside Caravan and Camp Site, Brecon Beacons

Amid the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Llangorse is home to Lakeside Caravan and Camp Site. Situated by the Llangorse Lake, the largest natural lake in Wales, this site offers a range of outdoor activities within easy reach. Hiking in the surrounding National Park is a great way to explore the landscape, whilst pony-trekking is run from the nearby village. The Caravan Park hires out canoes and rowing boats for use on the lake during summer, whilst the fishing season opens up from the autumn. The lake is known as one of the best pike lakes in Britain, as well as boasting stocks of other native fish.

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The Holburne Cotswold Holiday and Touring Park, Cotswolds

Other sites which might appeal to anglers can be found at Cotswold Water Park. Both coarse and fly fishing are available across lakes in the Water Park complex. There are various local suppliers of equipment, or stock up on your fishing kit ahead of your trip. As you might expect, the Cotswold Water Park hosts a wide range of other water-based activities, for all ages and abilities. Kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and even water-skiing are all on offer, with most activities available from March to October. The Holbourne Cotswold holiday and touring park provides a range of accommodation options, or the local Crown Inn at Cerney Wick offers motor-home pitches from only £10 per night.

Meadow Lakes Holiday Park, Cornwall

Further south, the Meadow Lakes Holiday Park near St Austell in Cornwall has an array of different accommodation options, including camping pods and pitches for caravans, motor-homes and tents. The park is a great base for outdoor activities, with free access to fishing lakes (to all guests with a national rod licence) and on-site bike hire. It is a good destination for families, with pet friendly accommodation available and facilities including a pool and play areas. Within reach of various Cornish attractions, it is only 9 miles from the Eden project and 5 miles from the beautiful gardens at Heligan.

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Park Foot Caravan and Camping Site, Lake District

And for the ultimate in lakeside stays, try a break in the Lake District. Park Foot Caravan and Camping site is situated on Lake Ullswater, with lakeside walks running from the site and easy access to Barton Fell. As an AA award winning destination, Park Foot provides a great range of facilities for your holiday and on site outdoor activities including sailing, fishing and pony trekking. It provides a great base to explore some of the most striking scenery in Britain.