Campsites for sale in all locations

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Holiday Park in Algarve, Portugal

Lifestyle holiday business located in a peaceful location within the Algarve, Portugal Caravans Park with17 developed pitches and potential to expand 2 swimming pools; 1 for the caravan park and 1 for private use 1 bedroom holiday villa...

Location: Algarve, Portugal

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Campsites, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks, Holiday Lettings

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  • Offers Invited
Well-established holiday caravan park

Superb Opportunity to purchase an established holiday caravan park with substantial caravan storage facilities Impressive 4 bedroom Owners dwelling Planning Permission for 55 caravans and a secure storage area capable of accommodating...

Location: Hornsea, East Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Removals/Storage, Leisure businesses, Campsites, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price
  • £1,100,000
  • Price Reduced
Nottinghamshire Residential and Holiday

Planning permission is in place for 40 residential mobile homes, 130 static holiday caravans and 20 touring pitches. The park is currently developed to accommodate 82 static caravans, 40 twin unit park homes and 20 touring caravan pitches....

Location: Nottinghamshire, England

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Campsites, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price
  • £2,175,000
  • Price Reduced
Pentney Country Club

Opportunity to purchase an events hall with a strong business & good future bookings Established Country Club with regular music events and members A high bay industrial building of steel portal design with block work walls and insulated...

Location: Norfolk, England

For sale under: Recreation centres, Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Campsites

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Exclusive Holiday Park Development

Planning permission for 55 static caravans, 15 touring caravans and camping boats. Site licence period from 1st April (or Easter) to 30th October. Ideal opportunity for an upmarket development for caravan/lodges and moorings. The Site...

Location: Norfolk Broads, Norfolk, England

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Development Sites, Marinas and Boatyards, Campsites, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price
  • £795,000
7 bed Guest House with separate Cottage

Delightful 7 bedroom Guest House, 3 Star Scottish Tourist Board approved and separate Cottage with Conservatory sleeping 4 and a mobile Holiday home. Included in the sale is a most impressive owners bungalow completed in 2012 all situated on...

Location: Stirling, Stirling, Scotland

For sale under: Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Pubs and Hotel Property, Self Catering, Campsites

  • F/H Price
  • £410,000
Freehold Four Luxury Holiday Rental Log

This is the perfect opportunity for someone to either make an excellent investment in a log cabin rental business or who is looking to make a complete life change and run the business whilst living in the attractive bungalow adjoining the...

Location: North Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Tourist attractions, Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Campsites

  • F/H Price
  • £1,100,000
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £70,000
Idyllic Campsite in a popular area

SUMMARY: •A rare opportunity to acquire a thriving business in one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK within the Lake District National Park. •The Property has Planning Permission for 215 Tents and Moveable Units. •Site...

Location: Cumbria, England

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Campsites

  • F/H Price
  • £1,550,000
  • Price Reduced

UK campsites: a buyer’s guide

A good campsite business can offer its owners an independent, low maintenance lifestyle in one of the UK’s most beautiful locations. There are hundreds of campsites for sale, so to choose the right one to buy, you need to consider a number of key elements.

As with any business purchase, you need to question the site’s current reputation and ongoing business commitments. Ask yourself: what is the star rating of the current campsite and why? What laundry and showering facilities are already in place on the site? Is the campsite committed to leasing one or more pitches to long-standing tenants? Does the campsite have any employees whose contracts will need to be honoured after the business is sold? Once you have a clear picture of these elements of the business, you will be able to make a judgement on the likely future of the campsite, and your estimates on whether you can improve the campsite’s earnings yourself will become more accurate.

Campsites with high occupancy rates tend to be close to tourist areas. The campsite might be successful because it’s in a picturesque location, or surrounded by a number of long-standing summer festivals; make sure you fully understand the reason why tourists currently choose this site, and be realistic about what occupancy you can fairly expect. Your campsite will need to stand out somehow – if there’s nothing immediately obvious about the campsite’s location, what can you do to make it unique and attractive?

Ensure that the title is clear. You need to be totally confident that you are purchasing every square foot of land that you think you are purchasing; fence boundaries don’t necessarily line up with the land that’s owned, and roads leading up to a campsite aren’t necessarily public access roads. There may be longstanding, half-forgotten rental agreements with local farmers that have redefined the working area of the campsite; if this is the case, it’s not necessarily a problem, but you need to know about these arrangements up-front so that you can make an informed decision.

Consider overnighting in the campsite yourself to get a sense of the site from a customer’s perspective; staying a full 24 hours on the site will help you pick up on any issues that you might not see during a midday viewing, e.g. problems with night time noise, light pollution etc.. It will also help you to see what parts of the camping experience you could improve if you bought the business.