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Compare Campervan Rates in Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Campervan Rentals

VroomVroomVroom can help you make memorable road trip adventures in Greater Manchester by providing you with the perfect campervan. We compare deals from major providers all across the metropolitan county in North West England.

Location Overview

Greater Manchester has it all - from daytime attractions to nights out, shopping and dining, sports and other events - there really is something for everyone. It is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United Kingdom and it is easy to see why it is so popular. Kids can enjoy the interactive exhibits at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre and SEA LIFE in Manchester. Sports enthusiasts can watch exciting games at the Old Trafford in Stretford and Etihad Stadium in Manchester.

Some of our favourite things to do year-round in Greater Manchester are:

Summer (June, July, August): Make your picnic more memorable by heading to The South Pennine Water Trail or Etherow Country Park Woodlands and Waterways where you can appreciate some of the greatest scenery in Manchester. To help you beat the summer heat, there are plenty of great beaches within easy reach of Greater Manchester including the lovely Crosby beach, St Annes and Morecambe South beach.

Fall (September, October, November): Compete in the World Black Pudding Throwing Championships, where hundreds of people flock to Ramsbottom to take part in the popular annual event. Go on a ghost hunt at Rusholme's gothic Antwerp Mansion, carve a pumpkin at Royal Exchange Theatre, enjoy trick or treating on the cobbles of Weatherfield, or join the zombie escape in Wigan.

Winter (December, January, February): Experience the biggest indoor ski slope at Chill Factore or get your skate on at Winter Funland. Munch your way to several Christmas Markets in Manchester City Centre, shop ‘till you drop at intu Trafford Centre, slurp at one of the top craft beer spots in the city or tour the Forest Gin distillery. For a change of scenery, take a day trip to the northern English seaside town of Blackpool.

Spring (March, April, May): Watch the annual duck race on the River Irwell, one of Manchester's most popular Easter traditions. Or join the Manchester Marathon, with crowds gathering to give support to the amazing runners. Only half an hour drive from Greater Manchester, head to Rochdale and enjoy the great outdoors at the Hollingworth Lake Country Park.

Year-Round: For some of the best free things to do in Greater Manchester, visit the Museum of Science and Industry, Imperial War Museum North, and the People's History Museum, as well as the historic Manchester Art Gallery. Home to the biggest collection of LS Lowry paintings and beautiful drawings and sketches, The Lowry at Salford Quays is not to be missed.

Recommended Campsites and Caravan Parks in Greater Manchester

Dovestone Holiday Park is situated near the Peak District National Park, Pennine Way and Greenfield Village. Getting here is easy since it is just 13-miles away from Manchester city centre. It is a walkers paradise because of its close proximity to various hiking trails and paths. You can also enjoy a stroll along the peak district countryside and nearby villages.

Charity Farm Caravan & Camping Park is located in beautiful West Lancashire at the heart of a 115-acre working farm and is surrounded by open fields, country lanes and woodland. Less than an hour drive from Manchester, the site features electric hookups, hard standing and grass pitches, modern toilets and showers with shaver points, laundry facilities and vending machines.

Moorlands Caravan & Camping Park is located in a small village in Saddleworth called Denshaw Moorlands Park and Moorlands Caravan & Camping Park, which makes it the perfect getaway to those who are looking for great views of the Pennine Moors. Its peaceful surrounding also attracts people who wanted to live a quiet life so don't be surprised if you meet some residents who have been here for more than 30 years.

Featured Attractions in Greater Manchester

Escape Hunt Manchester is located on the corner of Fennel and Cathedral Streets. It is one of the most talked-about escape rooms in Manchester and is suitable for older children (9-12) and teenagers (13-18). Solve a mystery in Wonderland, enter the legendary "Doctor Who: World's Collide escape room, or survive the gold rush in the Wild West.

Manchester Town Hall is praised for its impressive gothic revival architecture. Founded in 1877, it serves as the headquarters of Manchester City Council and is easily one of the iconic buildings in the city.

Staircase House is a restored townhouse which can be found in Stockport's historic Market Place. Known for its rare Jacobean cage-newel staircase, this exciting attraction has been built to make visitors feel at home. Open to the public and suitable for the whole family, you can now time travel through the history of this restored medieval building from 1460 into WWII.

FAQs About Renting a Campervan in Greater Manchester

How old do you have to be to rent a campervan in Greater Manchester?

You must be at least 21 years old to hire a campervan in Greater Manchester. However, some providers may only rent to drivers aged 25 and over.

Do I need a special licence to drive a campervan hire in Greater Manchester?

No. Your standard full car licence is enough. However, if you want to drive a motorhome larger than 7.5 tonnes, a Category C licence is required. Find more information here.

Where are the best places to camp near Greater Manchester?

There are plenty of places to camp or stay with your campervan near Greater Manchester, including Beds Caravan Park, Wilcocks Farm Caravan Park, Red Oaks Farm, and Hawthorne Caravan and Camping Campsite.