With the weather warming up and the summer holidays upon us, now is a fantastic time to go camping.

Luckily, you don’t have to travel far to have a fantastic camping experience- there are many fantastic sites right here in Lancashire.

Whether you are looking for a more authentic camping experience, or a more luxury glamping experience then here are some great sites to consider.

Wigwam holidays, Ribble Valley
Cost: £75-£125 per night

Want to go camping without losing your everyday comforts?

Wigwam Holidays offer a truly unique glamping experience. The cabins sleep up to four people and have a variety of facilities, including beds, sofa, en-suite shower and a kitchenette.

There is also a small shop on site and a playground for under 12s.

For more information, contact Wigwam Holidays online.

Little Oakhurst Luxury Glamping, Clitheroe

Fancy staying in a luxury yurt or shepherd hut? Then this Clitheroe-based campsite could be perfect for you.

You will get to sleep on a chunky mattress with a warm duvet. You will even have a wood burning stove and a fire pit outside your yurt.

Some of the huts and yurts even have a hot tub.

For more information, contact the owners online.

Smithson Farm, Burnley
Glamping- £90 per night

Pods at Smithson Farm are soundproofed and insulated- this means they can be used even on colder days.

There are TVs in the pods, as well as facilities to make hot drinks- there is a even a fridge in the pods to keep your soft drinks and alcohol chilled.

If you like wildlife, Bats, Buzzards and Rabbits are regularly spotted around this site.

Contact Smithson Farm about making a booking.

Rossendale Holiday Cottages and Glamping, Rossendale
£49 to £100

Glamping pods at this Rossendale site are fully heated and contain televisions and small fridges.

You can even bring your dog along for an additional £20.

The shower block and washing up facilities are only a short walk away.  

Stanley Villa Farm, Preston
Cost: £51-61

If you’re near Preston, then Stanley Villa Farm is a popular glamping destination.

Your pod contains two beds/mattresses, with a fire pit outside- you just need to bring your own bedding.

The company will also provide you with free teas, coffees and hot chocolates.

If you want to bring a dog, the it will cost £5 per night. It’s also important to note that it is a two night minimum stay on bank holiday weekends.

Book a pod online.