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Campsites in Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire is one of the home counties situated north of London. Hemel Hempstead is the principal town, but Hertford is the county town. St. Albans was a Roman settlement and became the first major town on the old Roman road of Watling Street. St. Albans is noted for having the most pubs per square mile in Britain. The Fighting Cocks is one of the oldest pubs in England. St.Albans cathedral nave is the longest of any in England. Much of the architecture dates from Norman times and in 1877 it became a cathedral, although the local residents often call it \'the abbey\'. As St.Albans is situated close to London it has become a popular location for making films and TV dramas. There has been a castle in Hertford since Norman times. The 15th century gatehouse is all that remains today of the castle, which is surrounded by an 11th century stone and flint wall. Verulamium was the third largest town in Roman occupied Britain and the museum of the same name, tells the story of everyday life in Roman times. Hatfield House dates back to the 1600\'s. Much of the 42 acres have been restored and the parterres and topiary are delightful. The Jacobean house has a good collection of furnishings and historic armour. Knebworth House was built in 1490. Inside there are many beautiful rooms to see. Charles Dickens acted here in private plays and Winston Churchill painted at his easel. There is 250 acres of rolling parkland containing herds of deer. Letchworth Garden city, known as Letchworth, is the home to the first garden city Heritage museum. The museum provides an insight into the concept of a social city and has exhibitions relating to the town\'s history. Tring is a small market town. The National History museum houses one of the finest collections of stuffed animals in the UK.
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Aldenham Country Park

Aldenham Country Park

Aldenham Country Park, WD6 3BA

Pitches: 30+ | Season: All year

Springfield Park

Springfield Park

Springfield Park, Old Parkbury Lane, AL2 2DY

Pitches: 100 | Season: All Year

Kecksys Farm

Kecksys Farm

Cambridge Road, Sawbridgeworth, CM21 9BZ

Pitches: 10 | Season: all year

Ashridge Farm Caravan Club Site

Ashridge Farm Caravan Club Site

Ashwell, Baldock, SG7 5QF

Breakspear Way Caravan Club Site

Breakspear Way Caravan Club Site

Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4TZ

Church Farm

Church Farm

Church Farm, Ardeley, Stevenage, SG2 7AH

Commons Wood Caravan Club Site

Commons Wood Caravan Club Site

Ascots Lane, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 4HJ

Fuzzy's Farm

Fuzzy's Farm

Pouchen End Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP1 2SN

Pitches: 3 x Tipi's | Season: Low 1/5 to 30/6 High 1/7 to 30/9

Hertford Camping And Caravanning Club Site

Hertford Camping And Caravanning Club Site

Mangrove Road, Hertford, SG13 8AJ

Lee Valley Caravan Park, Dobbs Weir

Lee Valley Caravan Park, Dobbs Weir

Dobbs Weir, Charlton Meadows, Essex Road, Hoddesdon, EN11 0AS

Loves Lane Camping & Caravanning

Loves Lane Camping & Caravanning

Loves Lane, Baldock, SG7 5HZ

Pitches: 5 | Season: March to October

North Hill Farm

North Hill Farm

North Hill Farm, North Hill, Chorleywood, WD3 6HA

Pitches: 5 caravans plus tents | Season: Open All Year

Park Farm campsite

Park Farm campsite

Northaw Road West, EN6 4NT

Pitches: 5

Radwell Mill Lake

Radwell Mill Lake

Radwell, Baldock, SG7 5ET

St Albans C L Site

St Albans C L Site

Ardens Rise, St. Albans, AL4 9HE

Hertfordshire campsite map

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