Travel Bucket List – Destinations released in August

August 31, 2016

Following the launch of our ‘Bucket List’ of locations to visit whilst on your motorhome travels, here are the destinations we have selected for August:

Destination number 12:City of Bath, Somerset. The beautiful town of Bath is set in the rolling southwest countryside and is famed for it’s 18th century Georgian architecture and natural hot springs. It is the only place in the country where you can bathe in naturally warm spa water and original Roman baths. As well as the 2,000 year old Roman baths, there is an ambundance of attractions including Stonehenge, Longleat Safari and Advenure Park, Caves of Wookey Hole, Bath Abbey, the Skyline Walk, Botanical gardens, museums, art galleries, independent unique shops and many restaurants, bars and cafes. You could park your motorhome at Bath Marina and Caravan Park which is ideally located just 2 miles from cenral Bath in a great location beside the River Avon with excellent bus services. Read more at &

the River Greta in Fitz Park, with Penrith Road on the right

Destination number 10: Keswick, Lake District National Park. This beautiful market town is nestled between the Skiddaw Mountains and Derwentwater Lake and has a wide variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. As well as exploring the stunning lakes and mountains, there are lots of activities for the whole family including cinema, public parks, gardens, museums, swimming pool, stately homes and galleries. You could park your motorhome at Castlerigg Hall Lake District Caravan and Camping Park which is 1½ miles from Keswick Town centre and set in an elevated position offering exceptional panoramic views of Derwentwater, Bassenthwaite Lake and the surrounding fells. Read more at and


Destination number 11: Snowdonia National Park, Wales. This national park covers 383 square miles, has 23 miles of coastline and is home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, the summit of which can be reached by Snowdon Mountain Railway. This national park is very diverse with 9 mountain ranges, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and forests. It is known as the activity capital of Wales and offers a huge variety of outdoor activities including cycling, climbing, horse riding, golfing, canyoning, birdwatching, caving and watersports. It also has The Wave Garden which is an artificial wave lagoon, ideal for learning to surf or perfecting your skills. You will be spoilt for choice for motorhome and camping sites throughout the park!

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