Why rent an RV in England?
England is much larger than you’d expect, driving from top to bottom would take approximately 7 hours if you never stopped! But this wouldn’t be any fun, as a vacation is about the journey, not just the destination. So get an RV to make this journey awesome, and explore England entirely. Enjoy the comforts of RV rental, able to cook meals, pack anything you like and head anywhere you want. You get the full freedom to explore, and can decide how long you stay in each destination. An RV will provide you with privacy, but you can still enjoy the social nature of campsites in England.
Where to go in England?
One of the great things about RV rental in England is that you can really get around and see much of the country in a relatively short vacation! To drive from one end of the country to the other can be done in under one day (we recommend taking it a lot slower and enjoying plenty of stops along the way. One of the must sees if you are in the Midlands is the Lake district. There are plenty of gorgeous campsites immersed in nature and although summer can be a very popular time of year, there is so much to do that you will be able to find the perfect activity and space for yourselves. Lake Windermere is a famous lake in the area and is surrounded by mountain peaks and gorgeous little English villages.
Things to do England
England is home to countless great festivals with longstanding world renowned ones such as Glastonbury and Isle of Wight Festival being joined by new ones every year. Most festivals in England have campsites in the festival itself, meaning that you can add some live music and revelry to your trip. Festival season in the UK spans from around the middle of May, all the way to September and is a real boon to campervan hire in England. In recent years most festivals have adapted to the rising popularity of getting a rental RV to take to a festival and have increased the size of campsites on the festival grounds. If festivals aren’t really your thing, and you want something to do with a bit more cultural heritage, England is home to many medieval castles, churches and cities that make for wonderful day trips. Most of the castles are quite cheap to visit and some even have optional donations. You may also become a member of the English Heritage trust for a month, which gives you free access to 400 historic sites all over the Country including museums and other historically significant sites. Whatever you get up to in England remember above all else to drive on the left wrong side of the road and you’ll get along swimmingly!