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Nottingham merges medieval with modern and tourists can visit castles as well as shopping malls. If you are visiting this charming city, make sure that your itinerary includes Nottingham Castle, the City of Caves, Newstead Abbey and the Royal Theatre. The lively nightlife offers tourists a choice of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Sports fans can head to Trent Bridge to watch cricket or support the local football team by attending a match.

Self-drive tours are a popular method of exploring the surrounding countryside by motorhome and there are plenty of camper sites which provide visitors with all the necessary amenities.

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Peak District:

An hour’s drive away is the Peak District, which is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Peak District camper sites provide a place to stay over and attractions include caves, castles and limestone valleys. If you want to spend more time exploring the region, stopover in Chesterfield.

Nottingham to Matlock:

Matlock is near Derby and attractions include Hall Leys Park, riverside walks and Matlock Bath. Camping facilities are available in Alfreton and Stretton.

Nottingham to Chester:

This route is 125kms in length and Chester is a historic town that is worth a visit. Sites include Grosvenor Park, Roman ruins and the River Dee. Camper sites in Stoke-on-Trent and Warrington provide all the necessary amenities for an overnight stay.

Driving Help
Road network:

If you are travelling from the south, use the M1 and take the Junction 24 exit. Drivers coming from the north of the country should follow the M1 and take the Junction 25 exit. Petrol stations are easy to find.

Speed limits:

Urban areas:58kph
Single carriageways:98kph

Alcohol limits:

Driving while you are drunk is a criminal offence and police patrol the roads, especially on weekends. The alcohol limit is 0.08 per cent.


It is compulsory for drivers to carry a UK driving license or International Driving Licence with them. It is a legal requirement for the driver as well as passengers to wear a seatbelt.

Compare Camping Van Rates in Nottingham

Browse the range of vehicles online and options include the VW City Slicker, the Chausson Mobile Home and the Bessacarr Luxury Touring Van. Camping vans are available for rental from Nottingham city centre or Nottingham Airport.

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