Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in Warwickshire

Book loving caravanners can walk in the footstep of literary legends such as William Shakespeare and George Eliot in Warwickshire, and even see many of Shakespeare’s plays in the newly renovated theatre in Strafford-Upon-Avon which has been loosely modelled on the Globe Theatre in London.

Uncover Shakespeare’s romantic side, and maybe even his inspiration for any number of his plays and visit Anne Hathaway’s childhood home. A thatched farmhouse with stunning grounds and gardens, which overflow with beautiful flowers and traditional shrubbery, see where the romance unfolded with many pieces of original furniture including the Hathaway Bed.

Park up your touring caravan and visit the home of the sport Rugby at Rugby Independent Private School where the invention of the game is credited to William Webb Ellis whilst breaking the existing rules of a football match played in 1823 – just don’t break any of the caravan windows whilst practicing your line outs. Or those keen football supporters among you can delve a little deeper and visit the James Gilbert Rugby Football Museum.

See if you agree with those who voted Tudor World the best Tourist Attraction in Warwickshire. Tudor World prides itself on being one of Stratford's most exciting and unusual tourist attractions, and offers a uniquely educational yet fun journey through Tudor England. It also appears on Stratford's unique ‘Things to Do" List’. Here you can expect recreations of the Tudor era, including a plague cottage, complete with an assault on the senses with the aromas and sounds of the time.

Caravanners to this area can also take advantage of the University of Warwick, Coombe Abbey, The Belfry, Charlecote Park, Kenilworth Castle and the Heritage Motor Centre, a British motor museum and research centre, that houses a collection of important vehicles which celebrate Britain's motoring heritage.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in Warwickshire