Camping sites, touring caravan parks, campgrounds, trailer parks in Clevedon.
A small, traditional seaside resort, Clevedon existed as far back as the 11th century but came of age during the Victorian era when families from nearby Bristol sought the sea air. Its pier, opened in 1869, is one of the oldest in England. Visitors can take cruises across the Bristol Channel from here. The long seafront contains gardens, a lake and other genteel asides while a light railway carries tourists around Salthouse Fields. The ‘Curzon’ cinema is the oldest of its type in the world.
The poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge honeymooned here with his bride Sarah Fricker. Another writer, William Makepeace Thackeray (‘Vanity Fair’), was a frequent visitor to 14th century Clevedon Court, now run by the National Trust. One of the building’s former owners, Sir Edmund Elton, created the famous ‘Elton Ware’ pottery. The Court was also once home to Arthur Hallam who inspired Tennyson’s ‘In Memoriam’. Nearby is an Iron Age fort known as Cadbury Camp.
This section includes campsites (campgrounds) for
tents and parks for touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans in Clevedon, Mendips & North Somerset .
By their nature, these sites vary considerably from basic campsites with no amenities to five-star sites will all amenities including electricity, shop, leisure facilities, etc.
We also include data on some campsites where a pre-erected tent and facilities are provided, some of which
sites may also have been included under the Self Catering section. Whatever type of
camping or touring site in Clevedon you are looking for, we aim to help.
Clevedon Camping, Campsites, Touring van and motorhome parks, etc