If you love the great outdoors as much as your dog this is the one for you. The Cotswolds can offer the perfect backdrop with its quintessential rolling limestone hills and picturesque postcard scenery it is understandable if you don't want to retire inside at the end of the day. Fortunately the Cotswolds has an abundance of camping sites which cater for your canine.
Located on the Cotswold Way, StarGlamping offers the freedom of camping without the hassle of ropes, tent pegs or rain.
Tudor Caravan Park is one of the best located caravan & campsites in Gloucestershire. A quiet country caravan site right alongside the Gloucester–Sharpness canal. Cotswolds Caravan Park Of The Year 2014 – Gold
A caravan site nestled in the heart of the Cotswold countryside lying within 400 acres of farmland which is just waiting for you to explore.
A the heart of the Cotswold Water Park The Crown Inn at Cerney Wick Lock have provisions for up to 5 motorhomes at any one time for stays of up to 28 consecutive days.
Next to Wayside Farm Shop & Tearoom there is a Caravan Club Certificated Location that accepts just the five caravans and/or motorhomes at a time.
Fir tree Caravan Park is a secluded site set on two levels with good road access, situated in a picturesque valley with stunning views across rolling countryside.
Situated in between the rugged beauty of the Forest of Dean and the picturesque Wye Valley this brand new family run caravan and camping site offers fantastic purpose built facilities
Situated in Hook Norton The Gate Hangs High have five pitches with electrical hook up, an accessible toilet and shower room and a chemical toilet sluice room. . With superb panoramic views of the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside and the many wonderful walks that can be enjoyed.
A peaceful, 2 acre site offers level grass pitches for motorhomes, caravans & tents. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome and only camping & caravanning members are accepted.
The Glamping Orchard gets you back to nature but not back to basics. They understand that your dog is part of your family and being surrounded by countryside and many idyllic paths, why would you leave him behind? Cost for one dog £25, cost of two £35.
The site lies in a small secluded fold in the Cotswold Hills ideally suited for caravans, motorhomes and tents. It was carefully chosen to be away from roads, houses and street lights. Well behaved dogs welcome at £2 per day. There is access to public footpaths from the north-west corner of the campsite.
The Norman Knight is a registered Caravan Club site (CL) in the heart of picturesque Whichford. There are five hardstanding pitches available all year round, each with electrical hook-up and fresh water points. Walks, woods and an award-winning dog-friendly pub - all on the doorstep.