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Jersey is perfect for a camping holiday with its warm temperatures, beautiful countryside and stunning beaches. The biggest of the Channel Islands, Jersey has over 40 miles of coastline which means that no beach is ever too far away. Its location as the most southerly point of the British Isles means it benefits from warmer temperatures all year round and makes sleeping under the stars that extra bit appealing. Whether you fancy an outdoor adventure pitching your own tent or prefer to book a luxurious glamping yurt, camping in Jersey Channel Islands couldn’t be easier.
Jersey has 5 major campsites across the island, each with their own unique charm and appeal. Whether you are looking for an adventurous getaway with activities included in your stay, or a relaxing escape to the great outdoors, you’ll find the perfect campsite for you.
Rozel Camping Park is a family-run campsite in Jersey, located in the north of the island with stunning views over to the tip of France. It is an incredibly popular site due to its high standard of facilities, great location, and welcoming hospitality. It is no surprise that it boasts five gold pennants awarded by the AA.
At the site, you have the option to pitch up your own tent in one of the four fields or opt to stay in one of the fully equipped pre-erect tents for your own convenience. Motorhomes and caravans are also welcome here, and in the fields, you’ll find electric points where you can hook up to electricity.
The site has facilities to ensure a comfortable stay including toilet and shower blocks, washing up facilities, a heated outdoor pool, a television room, a games room, and even a mini-golf course.
• Toilet and shower block
• Outdoor pool
• Lounge room
• Games room
• Mini golf course
Location: St Martin’s
Beuvelande Campsite is another beautiful campsite in the north of the island, also awarded five gold pennants from the AA. It is a great place for camping in Jersey with your own tent as it has large, flat fields for pitching up and various electricity outlets you can hook up to. For those who don’t wish to travel with a tent, there are also many other options for your stay including luxurious bell tents or pre-erect safari tents, fully complete with everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
The campsite is close to Arichondel Beach where you’ll find the crystal-clear sea and golden sands to relax upon. However, the campsite has so much going on, you’ll find it hard to draw yourself away from the different things to do there, whether you choose to splash around in the swimming pool, explore the playpark or get competitive in the games room. Onsite at Beuvelande Campsite there is also a restaurant serving up delicious, fresh dishes that the whole family can enjoy.
• Free WiFi
• Toilet and shower block
• Games room
• TV room
Location: St Martin’s
Jersey Zoo camping is an experience like no other, and at the Durrell Wildlife Camp, you’ll be able to fully immerse yourself in the zoo life and sleep surrounded by some of the rarest animals in the world.
At the camp, you’ll be staying in your own private pod, fully equipped with a separate washroom pod, cooking facilities, an outdoor seating area, and a log burner to keep your tent nice and warm in the winter. Each pod can sleep up to two adults and two children, perfect for families who want to stay close to the animals at the zoo!
Although the site is in a great base for your Jersey camping experience, if you wish to explore the rest of the island, this is easy to do with a bus stop right outside the zoo entrance that can take you into the capital or to one of the beautiful beaches of the island.
• Free WiFi
• Log burners
• Cooking facilities
• Entrance to Jersey Zoo
• Electric supply
• 2 onsite restaurants
• Laundry Facilties
The Palms Campsite is a small, family run, friendly site in beautiful surroundings which accepts Motorhomes, Campervans, Caravans or Tents. The Oasis Cafe is also open all day for delicious food and drinks. It is the only campsite in Jersey located in the West of the island, nestled in the heart of rural of St Ouen, close to the bays of St Ouen, Plemont and Greve de Lecq. A quiet campsite that caters mostly for adults looking for a peaceful relaxing holiday or staycation. Children are welcome, however, please take note that there are no facilities for them. Well behaved dogs are also welcomed.
The location and surrounding area lends itself to a relaxed atmosphere and boasts beautiful views of the local countryside, the coast of France, and the stunning sister islands, Guernsey & Sark. The lanes surrounding the campsite are perfect for walking and cycling. It is also on a regular bus route to the Capital town of St Helier.
So, sit back and relax, eat in the Cafe, swim in the pool, or enjoy exploring beautiful Jersey. The choice is yours.
Location: St Ouen
Camping in Jersey is one of the best ways to make the most out of the fresh island air. Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre has a traditional camping field overlooking the Royal Bay of Grouville, where you can enjoy glorious sunsets in the summer. It has allocated shower block.
Camping is available from May to October.
Campsite is available for camping in tents only.
Guests are required to bring their own tents and camping equipment.
Location: St Martin
Glamping in Jersey is one of the best ways to experience the beautiful island air whilst enjoying a bit more comfort than your average camping experience. Whether you choose to stay in a luxurious bell-tent or a fully equipped yurt, you’ll be able to find your island paradise in this glorious Channel Island.
Jersey Zoo Glamping is a truly unique way to experience the island. Not only will you be staying in luxury glamping pods, but you will also have the sounds and the smells of some of the world’s rarest animals around you.
Your Jersey Zoo stay will have a base in a glamping pod, fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay including a soft double bed, a wooden log burner, WiFi, kitchen facilities, linen and towels, and even sun loungers and al fresco dining furniture for those warmer days.
You’ll have a private decking area where you are able to relax and lounge, and here you’ll also have a separate, private bathroom and shower tent for you to wash in. Additionally, if you are bringing children, you can book another tipi for them so there’s lots of room for the whole family!
Of course, you’ll get admission into Jersey Zoo included with your stay, as well as the opportunity to book onto a ‘behind the scenes’ animal experience tour, where you can find out what really goes on when the gates of the zoo close. Glamping with a difference, this Jersey glamping site is a unique adventure, perfect for animal lovers and nature enthusiasts.
Jersey Yurt Holidays is based on the south of the island, gloriously overlooking the beautiful St Aubin’s Bay. Jersey Yurt Holidays is a luxurious and eco-friendly family-run haven where you will be well-looked after for every part of your Jersey glamping experience. On the site there are 3 luxury 16ft yurts, each surrounded by its own private green area with stunning sea views. Two of the yurts are perfect for couples with soft and plush double beds, whilst the third yurt sleeps four, making it ideal for families.
The yurts are thoughtfully styled and decorated with upcycled furniture and homemade cosy blankets, all finished off with a wood-burning stove for the cold nights, and a BBQ for the warm ones.
What really separates Jersey Yurt Holidays from the other Jersey glamping sites, however, might be the hot tubs with a view that looks over the beautiful south coast of the island. If that isn’t enough to tempt you, the handmade jams, chutneys and homegrown vegetables able to taste and purchase might do the trick!
The glamp site’s location just tucked above St Aubin is perfect for anyone wanting to explore the gorgeous south of the island, whether that’s the buzzing capital of St Helier, or the quaint fishing town of St Aubin.
Location: St Aubin
Jersey in the Channel Islands is the perfect place to bring your caravan or motorhome due to the beautiful countryside with plenty of viewpoints and parks to enjoy the scenery. You will need to have a permit for your vehicle to stay on the island, but once that’s sorted, you are free to enjoy the island as you please.
There are three campsites on the island that cater for motorhomes and caravans:
• Rozel Camping Park.
• Beuvelande Campsite.
• The Palms Campsite.
Rozel and Beauveland are in St Martin on the north of the island. All of which are close to Jersey Zoo, as well as the gorgeous beaches of the north coast. The Palms Campsite is in St Ouen’s and not far at all from the gloriously long stretch of sand at St Ouen’s Bay. All the caravan sites in Jersey have onsite facilities available including bathroom and shower blocks, fresh drinking water and an optional electricity supply.
Jersey Camper Hire in Trinity is the place to go if you want to explore the island in style. Perfect for a short break, you can rent a vintage VW campervan and discover Jersey’s open roads with all the home comforts in tow. Whether it’s for a romantic island break or a different way to travel with your friends, hiring a campervan is perfect for all occasions. Each classic VW van comes with all the camping essentials, with the option of picnic sets, bedding, a wood-burning stove and luxury picnic hampers available.
The Hideaway Motorhome and Caravan Stopover is a lovely stopover site in the beautiful countryside location of St Peter’s. There are five pitches with a firm grounding, water and electricity. There are also facilities for grey water and toilet cassette disposal, but please be aware that there are no toilets or shower blocks on site so all motorhomes must be safe contained. This adult-only stopover is close to cycle and walking tracks, making it an ideal place to base yourself for exploring the island.
It is easy to take your motorhome or campervan onto the island with Condor Ferries, however, once you are on the island, there are a few things you need to be aware of:
• Caravans are restricted to one journey to and one journey from the campsite to the port while on the Island.
• Caravans must remain on the designated site for the period of the permit.
• Motorhomes can be driven on the roads providing they return to the designated campsite each night (drivers should be aware that many of Jersey's roads are narrow and may have limited access).
• The maximum stay at any Jersey campsite is 31 days per caravan/motorhome.
• The maximum permissible width of a motorhome or towed caravan, including the towing vehicle, is 2.3m (this includes any fitting on or attached to the vehicle, but excludes mirrors and indicators).
• The maximum permissible overall length of a towed caravan, not including the "A" frame or tow hitch, is 6.7m.
• The maximum permissible overall length of a caravan and its towing vehicle is 16.5m, this includes any projection to the front and rear of the vehicle.
• The maximum permissible overall length of a motorhome is 9.3m.
Camping anywhere in Jersey is illegal. You are only able to camp at the designated campsites on around the island.
No, wild camping is prohibited in Jersey.
Yes, visitors can bring their motorhome or caravan to Jersey onboard Condor Ferries. You will need to obtain a permit prior to arrival and stay on a registered campsite as listed above.