Somerset County is jam packed with things to do, people to see and places to explore. With 11,500 listed buildings, 523 Scheduled Monuments, 192 conservation areas, 41 parks and gardens, 36 English heritage sites and 19 National Trust sites caravanners and campers holidaying here will never get bored.
Full of rural country side (Exmoor National Park) and rolling hills (Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills) and large flat expanses of land including the Somerset Levels otherwise known as the Somerset Moors, this countryside is secluded and beautiful. Take a momentum of your trip back to the caravan and have a go at traditional willow weaving – although it is not as extensive as it used to be, willow is still grown and weaved on the Somerset Levels and is commemorated at the Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre.
Other attractions that might catch the eye of caravan and camping enthusiasts include the West Somerset Railway, the museum of the Fleet Air Arm at RNAS Yeovilton, Barrington Court, Holnicote Estate, Prior Park Landscape Garden and Tintinhull Garden, Clevedon Court, Fyne Court, Montacute House and Tyntesfield as well as Stembridge Tower Mill, which happens to be the last remaining thatched windmill in England.