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Birmingham is famous for its six universities, cultural institutions, and vibrant arts, music, culinary, and literary scenes. The West Midlands metropolitan borough is the most populous city outside London and the number of 'Brummies' continue to increase every year. And with more miles of canals than Venice and more trees than Paris, there’s plenty of spots perfect for a camping holiday. With so many amazing things to see and do, anyone would be tempted to stay in Birmingham for a long time.
Some of our favourite things to do year-round in Birmingham are:
Summer (June, July, August): Visit the park dearly loved by author JRR Tolkein, Moseley Bog which is made up of wet and dry woodland. While you’re out exploring, visit the beautiful 313 miles of canals that line the city centre. Discover a new act at the Moseley Folk and Arts Festival (end of August / early September).
Fall (September, October, November): Book lovers rejoice and turn the page on the Birmingham Literature Festival as it brings ten days of events and workshops to town. Likewise, get a belly full of laughs during the Birmingham Comedy Festival or stop by the city’s biggest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender (October).
Winter (December, January, February): Just a walk through Birmingham in Winter will have you feeling like you’re in a Winter Wonderland. Make the most of the season by seeing the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s performance of The Nutcracker or shop at the Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas Market - the largest outside Frankfurt.
Spring (March, April, May): Take the short drive to Stratford-upon-Avon to visit Anne Hathaway’s Cottage (Shakespeare’s bride-to-be) and see it’s garden in full bloom. Celebrate Chinese New Year with lion dances, fair rides and street food. Spend an afternoon with a picnic in the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses.
Year-Round: See a play at the Royal Shakespeare Company where their namesake got his start in Stratford-upon-Avon, a short 45-minute drive from Birmingham. Stationary lovers will be delighted by a visit to the Pen Museum to explore the world of pens and calligraphy. Make like high society and spend some time at Soho House which has been beautifully restored to its original decor.
Somers Wood is a world-class caravan park that is nestled in the Forest of Arden, an ancient woodland that separate Coventry and North Warwickshire to Birmingham. The adult-only campsite is just six minutes away from the National Exhibition Centre and 30 minutes away from the Birmingham city centre. Also located nearby are Stonebridge Golf Club and Packington Somer's fishing lakes. Somers Wood offers 48 hard-standing and grass pitches with 10 amp electric hook-ups for cheap campervan hire and motorhome rentals.
Hollyfast Caravan Park is situated right in the heart of England making it the ideal base to explore Coventry and Birmingham. The Ricoh Arena is just 15 minutes away while the National Exhibition Centre is just 20 minutes away from the campsite. The family-run caravan park welcomes caravanners and campers all year round. They offer hard-standing pitches with electric hook-ups for campervan and motorhome hire Birmingham. They also have grass pitches for those who want to set up their own tent. Guests can use the showers and toilets for free and have access to the games room.
Wootton Park has luxury B&B in a 16th Century Farmhouse and amazing glamping pods located within the grounds. The glamping pods have all the luxuries of a bedroom but are located within a small copse. Enjoy the beautiful setting, located in a 360-acre valley of farmland, woodland, and landscaped grounds. You can relax in the peaceful grounds, walk down to the small lake or go for a walk around the estate. There are also numerous tourist attractions close by for you to explore. Wootton Park is ideally situated near Stratford upon Avon where you can find the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Shakespeare's houses. Warwick Castle, Royal Leamington Spa, and Birmingham airport are also within easy reach.
Clent Hills Camping and Caravanning Club Site is the perfect escape from all the city noise and stress. The peaceful campsite is situated along Fieldhouse Lane in Romsley and less than 15 miles away from Birmingham. This retreat is also the perfect place to explore Kidderminster and Halesowen. The Clent Hills, which is famous for its stunning views of the Welsh Borders, Shropshire Hills, and Cotswolds, is just a stone's throw away from the caravan park. The 440-acre woodland is also a good place to go bird watching and hiking.
The National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham will give you a glimpse of the spectacular underwater world without getting wet! The popular family attraction sits on the corner of Brindleyplace right in the heart of Birmingham. This is your chance to go face-to-face with more than 1,000 sea creatures, including the graceful rays, adorable seahorses, humble starfish, and the deadly sharks. You can also watch the feeding demonstrations and a cool movie at the 4D cinema. The latest addition to SEA LIFE's attractions is the Jellyfish Discovery where you can find more than 100 mesmerizing jellyfish in tube tanks with multi-coloured spotlights.
Thinktank is the perfect destination for families travelling with small children with plenty to learn about the world through this unique science museum. It is located at the Millennium Point, which is a huge complex in the developing Eastside of the Birmingham city centre. Get ready to be fascinated by more than 200 hands-on displays about technology and science. There is also an outdoor science Garden and digital Planetarium in Thinktank. The Giant Screen claims to be more than a cinema because its massive screen and state-of-the-art sound technology will make you feel that you are right inside the movie.
Cadbury World assures you and the whole gang of a really sweet day and not just literally! This isn't your typical chocolate factory tour because there are numerous activities and attractions in store for all chocolate lovers. There are several sections inside the Cadbury World that feature different themes – from the Aztec Jungle where you get to walk through the Mayan Indians' tropical rainforest to the Cadabra where you can hop in a bean mobile and tour the chocolate wonderland. Hyperactive kids will surely have the time of their life at the Purple Planet, African Adventure Play Area, and 4D Chocolate Adventure. Cadbury World is situated along Linden Road in Bournville.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens is located at Westbourne Road in Edgbaston and just a half-mile away from the Birmingham city centre. The serene landscaped greenery is the perfect sanctuary for both adults and children. The beautiful gardens have a rich heritage which dates back more than 200 years ago when it was first opened to the public. Highly-acclaimed garden planner J.C. Loudon was the one who designed the landscape of the gardens. The botanical gardens house four stunning glasshouses, a birdhouse, a seasonal butterfly house, and wildlife trails.
Returning your campervan than your scheduled time will incur a late fee. If you know that you’ll be running late, make sure to inform your campervan provider.
You must be 21 years old or over to rent a campervan in Birmingham and the maximum age is 75 years old. However, some providers may only rent to drivers 25 years and older.
No refund will be issued even if you return the campervan prior to your scheduled date of return.
There are plenty of places to camp or stay with your campervan near Birmingham including Chapel Lane Caravan and Motorhome Club Site (approx 17 minutes from downtown Birmingham), Yew Tree Cottage Camping and Caravan Site (approx 20 minutes from downtown) or Mousley House Farm Campsite.
Yes. You may get charged with a cleaning fee if there's excessive dirt in your campervan.