The AA annually awards the title of national and regional campsites of the year to sites in recognition of exceptionally high standards, service and presentation.
To shortlist a potential award winner the inspector looks at recent improvements and innovations that make the park stand out from the crowd, as well looking at the overall quality of the park.
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When selecting winners, we look for:
England and Overall Winner:
Oakdown Touring & Holiday Caravan Park, Sidmouth, Devon
Witches Craig Caravan & Camping Park, Blairlogie, Stirling
Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park, Llanrwst, Conwy
The Roger Almond Award* for the AA’s Most Improved Campsite:
Wells Holiday Park, Wells, Somerset
Park Foot Caravan & Camping Park, Pooley Bridge, Cumbria
Churchill Farm Campsite, Buckfastleigh, Devon
South West England:
Fauxquets Valley Farm, Castel, Guernsey
South East England:
Orchards Holiday Caravan Park, Newbridge, Isle of Wight
Heart of England:
Longnor Wood Holiday Park, Longnor, Staffordshire
North West England:
Manor Wood Country Caravan Park, Coddington, Cheshire
North East England:
Golden Square Touring Caravan Park, Helmsley, North Yorkshire
The Caravan and Camping Guide has everything you need to know to plan your camping trip. It features details of over 1,000 annually inspected parks together with advice on preparing for your trip. The AA Pennant Ratings set the standard of what to expect from each site, along with detailed descriptions of each park.
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