I'm not going to attempt to add all caravan sites in the UK as there are hundreds but I will let you know of any I like. Most are either Caravan and Motorhome Club or Camping and Caravanning Club (CMC or CCC) as we don't tend to go on any commercial site so I will say which club they belong to.


St Neots CCC. Right on the banks of the Great Ouse with walks into town 15 mins. Bus from town to Bedford and Cambridge. Oxford too but that is a long journey.


CMC site in woods and is very quiet. 20 min walk into Cirencester.


CCC site at Seabourne. In an orchard. Bus stops outside to Portsmouth or Chichester.


Sutton on Sea.
CMC site. Turn right out of the site down to the main road. Turn left and then first right. Go round the bend at the bottom and then left up some steps onto the promenade. This will take you all the way to Mablethorpe passing the town of Sutton on Sea. Mablethorpe is about 4 miles.


Seacroft CCC site. Very loud road noise for some pitches but if you get away from the road then it is much quieter. It has a club and restaurant on site and is a 20 min walk into Cromer.


CCC site - actually in Sells Green about 4 miles away. On bank of Kennet and Avon Canal. Caen Locks spectacular. Lovely tea room at locks.


Rosemarkie CCC site right on the banks of the Moray Firth. Walk up the beach to the lighthouse to see dolphins feeding about one and a half hours after low tide.

You can wild camp on the Links right on the banks of Cromerty Firth. A sign says it is forbidden but the lady living in the bungalow next to the Links says it is fine. The cruise ships come into Invergordon and if you are on the Links they come right past. Google Invergordon cruise ships and you can get a pdf. of all the ships coming into port in the year.

Fort Augustus
Fort Augustus commercial site. Lovely clean, open site. get there early to get a pitch. The Caledonian Canal runs through Fort Augustus and it is very pretty there. Canalside chip shop.