Luton is a large town and you can find several campsites and caravan parks located within and around the area. With a motorhome rental, you will be able to get closer to nature and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. We at VroomVroomVroom aim to give you a hassle-free booking experience. All you have to do is choose a camper or RV hire, give out your basic details, check the price, then click confirm to receive a booking confirmation number. You can even do it in less than two minutes! If you prefer a smaller vehicle, you can also compare rental cars in Luton at VroomVroomVroom.
Luton is situated southeast of England and 30 miles north of London. Before it became an administratively independent unitary authority in 1997, it was once part of Bedfordshire. However, it still remains part of the county for ceremonial purposes. The multicultural town is famous for its hat-making industry; thus they called their football club “The Hatters”. Luton is also known for its annual Carnival, Whitbread brewing, and Vauxhall cars. One of the major airports in England can be found in Luton. The London Luton Airport was established in 1938 and is currently one of the busiest airports in the UK. The London Luton railway station is also situated in Luton near the town centre and just walking distance to the Arndale Shopping Centre.
RV Rental and Campervan Hire are also available from the following locations across the country.
Town Farm welcomes campers and caravanners all year round and offers breathtaking views of the Ivinghoe Beacon and Vale of Aylesbury. The family run campsite is just 22 minutes away from Luton by camper van hire and 50 minutes away from London by train. There are many attractions located nearby, including Whipsnade Safari Park and the Hemel Hempstead snow centre. The campsite boasts of its excellent facilities, including electric hook-ups for motorhome rental and campervan hire, toilets, showers, washing and drying, internet, play area, and tennis court. The site assures a peaceful environment because of their no-noise policy.
Radwell Lake Campsite offers an old fashioned camping experience because they don't have electric hook-ups and heated water. This appeals to those who prefer wild camping and ready to rough it up. However, there are clean toilets for those who are arriving in a cheap camper van hire. Choose a pitch for your motorhome rental Luton on Radwell Lake's grassy site. You can either stay in an orchard or a spacious field. Dogs are welcome at the campsite, but make sure that they are well behaved or are on a lead. The Radwell Lake Campsite is located along the highway between Junction 10 and Baldock. If you're coming from Luton, you need to drive approximately 28 minutes to reach the campsite.
Henlow Bridge Lakes is nestled between Arlesey Town Railway Station and Henlow Village. The campsite is just 5 minutes from Junction 10 and 27 minutes away from Luton. It is open all year round and offers 23 hard-standing pitches with electric hook-ups and water facilities. The grass pitches are available from March to September and it has easy access to the award-winning Amenity Block, which features underfloor heating, male and female showers, toilets, laundry room, and baby change. If you prefer glamping, you can stay in their camping pods which has its own heating and TV. There is a nearby children's playground and fishing lakes.
Wardown Park Museum, or formerly known as, Luton Museum & Art Gallery is nestled within the picturesque Wardown Park located on the outskirts of the Luton town centre. The Victorian mansion used to be a country residence and farmhouse back in the 1800s, but today it is now a popular tourist attraction. The museum houses a vast collection of traditional Bedfordshire crafts, including hat-making and lace-making. You will find more than 600 hats exhibited under the Women's Hat Industry collection. Apart from the displays, the museum also hosts temporary exhibitions annually. They also have a museum shop and a lovely tearoom to accommodate all visitors.
ZSL Whipsnade Zoo is one of the largest wildlife conversation parks in Europe. It houses more than 2,955 animals and most of which are already endangered or rare. Formerly known as Whipsnade Wild Animal Park, the zoo is also considered a safari park because there are some animals that are allowed to roam around the park freely. You can easily spot the 600-acre parkland because of the carved Whipsnade White Lion on it. It is located at Dunstable and just 9.5 miles away from Luton. There are many ways on how you can explore the safari park, but the most thrilling will be by driving your car or motorhome hire Luton inside.
Stockwood Discovery Centre is a free museum that is situated along London Road. Get a chance to learn more about the history of Luton – from the prehistoric era to the establishment of the Farley estate and Stockwood House. The centre houses the work of highly-acclaimed artist Ian Hamilton Finlay such as the Improvement Garden. The Period Gardens show the evolution of gardening in the UK. You will see how each garden evolve through the landscape and sculptures. This is definitely a haven for garden-lovers and even children will enjoy their visit here because the centre also has a playground and garden café.