Scotland’s Loch Lomond & The Trossachs crowned UK’s most campervan-friendly National Park


SCOTLAND’S Loch Lomond & The Trossachs has been crowned the UK’s most campervan-friendly National Park, according to new research. 

There is a significant amount of campsites dotted across the UK’s national parks, but not all of these sites are accommodating to campervans. 

So, which of Britain’s national parks fare better for those travelling by campervan and has the highest number of accommodating sites? A brand new study by Select Van Leasing reveals just this. 

According to the results, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park in Scotland leads the way for being the most campervan-friendly national park with a campervan friendly ratio of 75%

The 720 square mile national park is home to some of the UK’s most stunning scenery, from far-stretching, freshwater lochs, natural wildlife and an abundance of hilltops and munros that offer extensive views of Scotland’s beauty. 

Securing the spot of the second-best national park for being campervan friendly is The North York Moors National Park, with an accommodating ratio of 71%.

Eryri National Park in Snowdonia takes third place as the most accommodating for campervans with a ratio of 66%

The most campervan-friendly National Parks 

 National ParkPercentage
1Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park 75%
2North York Moors National Park 71%
3The National Park of Eyri (Snowdonia) 66%
4Pembrokeshire Coast National Park 63%
5Northumberland National Park 63%

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