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Grav 29-01-2010 05:06 PM

Biker Friendly Campsites
Know any campsites that welcome bikers? Post your recommendations here please.

Here's a great place I enjoy staying at in Jocklandshire.


Great facilities and a restaurant serving great food at a reasonable price.

Captain Smurf 29-01-2010 09:48 PM


Originally Posted by Grav (Post 581048)
Know any campsites that welcome bikers? Post your recommendations here please.

Here's a great place I enjoy staying at in Jocklandshire.


Great facilities and a restaurant serving great food at a reasonable price.

Thanks Grav - I've added it to my website http://www.captsmurf.co.uk/links4/links4.htm

Captain Smurf 29-01-2010 09:52 PM

These are from my site (there are loads of pubs and hotels as well)

These are biker friendly camping locations

http://www.anchorfriskney.co.uk/ The Anchor at Friskney

The Plough Inn at Farcet Fen http://theploughonline.com/

kajir 30-01-2010 06:22 AM

cafe bleu, top of north street , exeter.
not a guest house or a pub, but a biker owned cafe dooing the best value and best tasting scran in the city
free cuppa to all bikers visiting the city, just mention this post

Biker Buster 01-02-2010 11:35 AM

We took this place over one weekend - They loved us, just a kick in the arse from the Green Welly, as featured in this months 100%.


We are planning a wild camping trip for a week, later in the year, I will let you know how we get on.


excalibur 13-02-2010 12:31 AM

This place is popular with bikers, a group of us used it last year and the Triumph America forum use it for their annual rally


The bit we camped on had that plastic reinforcing under the grass so your bike didnt sink, and the village has a pub with its own micro brewery

Grav 17-02-2010 12:21 AM

Posted by Bodge on another thread :)


helenablack 30-03-2010 05:58 PM

Im sure there are loads in not so sunny Wales lol Im bound to be bias being Welsh...However a friend did say this one was pretty good when they went to Cornwall.


tony12 06-04-2010 10:42 AM

very nice links its good to see

chazz 09-04-2010 06:01 AM

we use this place http://www.invercaimbecaravansite.co.uk/ owners are in the mallaig bike club from what i remember

gurnE 11-04-2010 07:54 PM

We've just got back from this place in Northern France, only about an hour south of calais:


Nice B&B if you are with yer bird, or a cheap bunkhouse if you are with the lads.

The owners sue & Paul are bikers, HDRCGB members and could not be more helpful or hospitable.
A member of our group had his wheel bearing collapse a few miles from the digs and Paul got the bike straight into his workshop, and with a trip to the local dealer for a bearing, he was back on the road the next morning.

Only had a few beers in the town on the Friday night but the locals seem nice and friendly.
There is a BBQ and games room with pool table, darts etc if you want to stay in.

Highly recommended!

100%Pat 13-04-2010 02:44 PM

Holiday options...
Just in case anyone doesnt know... this is us, we offer 10% discount for you lot...

100%Pat 13-04-2010 03:55 PM

Having trouble with the damn link...


100%Pat 13-04-2010 03:55 PM

bollocks... :D

Bandit_Streetfighter 19-07-2010 11:49 PM


Originally Posted by helenablack (Post 585225)
Im sure there are loads in not so sunny Wales lol Im bound to be bias being Welsh...However a friend did say this one was pretty good when they went to Cornwall.


just down the road from me, not a bad little pub and they dont mind bikers

only two little probs

1) its right in a horrible unjustified 30mph limit and local plod are absolute c u next tuesdays for camping in a couple of little pull-ins there abouts........they are actually issuing asbo's for speeders in this lil stretch of road!

2)the pub is constantly changing hands, you never know when its gona be open or shut down! gone through about 6 sets of hands in the last 18months and in that time probably only bin open 8 months of it!!(think its settled down now, will see what the winter months bring)

amazing area of cornwall though, plenty of other biker friendly sites, the cornish are very tolerent people and love almost everyone, have to be considering our whole industry is based on tourism! (not saying you dont get folk that are tossers though)

some really nice roads out that way too, twisties galore, and some nice scenic routes such as the road between the fountain inn and St. Ives along the coastroad, 15miles of bliss!

bird 19-07-2010 11:56 PM

Splendid B-S - I'm off to cornwall wednesday, looks like just the place for a stop over:thumbsu:

Bandit_Streetfighter 20-07-2010 12:03 AM

hoping west cornwall lol

notbeing biased but its a nicer area, north cornwall is a bit spoilt by china clay mining, whole landscape is littered with slag heaps....bit of an industrial feel.

west cornwall is more natural and the beaches are lush

i hope for your sake the weather is better than the shite we got atm for wednesday, we had three weeks of solid sun and now had rain for a week

very badtimes

wirral chopper 20-07-2010 11:23 AM

theres a fantastic biker friendly site in a village called DENT in cumbria been a few times lovely location

Bandit_Streetfighter 20-07-2010 07:55 PM

cornish biker friendly site near Penzance;


Beano 20-07-2010 08:23 PM

Anybody know of any in Norfolk or Suffolk ?:D

baldybongo 20-07-2010 08:53 PM


A nice site, campfires allowed and wood is on sale every night. Music up till midnight and groups are welcome.
Toilets, showers and you can take as much beer as you can carry.

TR&RV 16-01-2011 07:08 PM

Near Stonehenge:

nice little site, usually a few bikes around. Had a Matchless rally there, owners could not do enough. At least two pubs in staggering distance. Some good riding roads around Salisbury plain.

peligroso 26-03-2011 02:03 PM

conda farm Dent cumbria.
they always have room for bikers and only charge a few quid. And Mick makes a good fry up:thumbsu:

muzza 18-05-2011 08:21 PM

There's a few places in Orkney that are great for wild camping...toilets are nearby too......

Suzukiron 15-06-2011 08:46 PM

Try this...
Jf your looking fer somewhere a bitt south of glasgow/edinburgh, give this a look, the ale n food are excelent n really good value



Daggers 02-07-2012 11:59 PM

I've been to a number on this site and can recommend them - apart from Camping Moto Touche which has turned into a pile of crap.


Wolfsong Pagan Triker 08-02-2013 02:21 PM

Biker Friendly Campsite
If you are looking for somewhere in North Yorkshire I would recommend

Sentry Circle: Lenthor Farm, Stokesley Road, Brompton, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 2UD


Open all year around, 5 per night per adult, No need to book

1 mile form town and Has a kitchen available for Campers Use.

Lovely Friendly Owners

A beautiful place with it's own stone circle in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside.

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mickthecrane 05-09-2014 05:33 PM

just got back from an xjr club meet in chichester, clean site, clean caravans, pub /shop on site. recommend the lakeside caravan park, pagham road chichester. easy to find, and a short taxi to the town.

excalibur 29-12-2014 10:38 PM

Just setting this up at the moment


Its a Trip Advisor style site where you can add places, rate and comment on them. Please feel free to list anywhere you recommend or comment on the places already on there. Still in the early stages yet so not a lot on there but with eveyones help I am hoping to build up a large database of places recommeded by bikers.

There is also an event listing for rallies etc.

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