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Compare Motorhome and Campervan Hire Deals in Southampton

Southampton Campervan Rentals

Camping and caravanning are quite popular in Southampton because of its close proximity to New Forest, which has some of the largest pasture lands, forests, and heathlands in southern England. There are also excellent campsites and caravan parks within and just outside of Southampton. To help you find the perfect camper or RV, VroomVroomVroom has listed some of the best deals in campervan and motorhome hire in Southampton. If you prefer a small vehicle, you can also hire a car in Southampton with VroomVroomVroom. Compare rates today and enjoy fabulous discounts! If it is your first time to hire a campervan in Southampton, you may want to check out our rental guide.

Useful information on Southampton

Southampton is one of the largest cities in England and the largest in Hampshire. It is situated southwest of London and northwest of Portsmouth. The city is sometimes written as “Soton” and the locals are called “Sotonians”. The history of Southampton traces back to the Roman and Saxon times when it was known as a premiere trading post in Britain. Despite the devastation that the city faced during the Second World War, Southampton was able to recover and has increasingly grown over the past 30 years. The city is now known for its universities: University of Southampton and Solent University.

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Recommended holiday parks and campsites in Southampton

Sunnydale Farm Camping and Caravan Site welcomes campers and caravanners all year round and provides excellent facilities for motorhome rentals and campervan hire. The touring park lies on the edge of Netley Abbey and near Hamble's Sailing centre. It is just 5 minutes away from junction 8 on M27 and can be found along Grange Rd. The caravan site features 40 fully-serviced pitches including 16 hard-standing pitches. They also have 7 super-size pitches for those who want more space. Guests can bring along their favorite dogs as long as they are on leads.

YMCA Family Park & Campsite is the ideal destination for families who are looking for a friendly and relaxing environment. It is situated near Southampton and offers exciting activities for all ages. YMCA Family has been welcoming campers and tourers for more than 150 years so you are assured of excellent service and facilities. You can stay overnight or even just for an hour at the campsite. They offer 45 pitches for campervan rental and motorhome hire. They also have a spacious camping area for tents and feature shower blocks, toilets, campfire, and BBQ area.

Featured attractions in Southampton

Solent Sky Museum retells the history of aviation in the Solent area and Southampton through their exhibits. The museum is located along Albert Road and is one of the most important areas in the UK because that's where the Spitfire was born as well as other aircraft. Before it became a museum, it was used for civil and military aircraft operation. Learn more about the 26 aircraft companies, including the world's largest flying boat by visiting the Solent Sky Museum.

The Mayflower Theatre is home to world-class stage plays, West End theatre shows, and musical performances. It is situated along Empire Lane right in the heart of Southampton; thus it was called The Empire Theatre when it first opened back in 1928. Ever since it was established, the theatre remains the largest in the south of England. In 1987, The Empire Theatre was renamed to The Mayflower Theatre. They became a popular venue for famous musicals and stage plays such as Peter Pan, Evita, West End's 42nd Street, Phantom of the Opera, and Miss Saigon.

New Forest Wildlife Park can be found in Deerleap Lane near Ashurst and is open all year round except on December 25 and 26. It was once a Butterfly Farm, but it is now a Nature Quest Wildlife Centre. The family-run park was renamed by the Heaps who have been working in wildlife conservation for more than 17 years. Learn more about the animals by joining the keepers during their keeper talks or feeding sessions. You can also take part in Animal Encounter sessions where you can get up close with birds and small mammals. The park also features a woodland restaurant and wildlife gift shop where you can unwind after a memorable animal encounter.