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Wirral Peninsular and Flintshire

If you’re traveling in a motorhome from Easicampers in Liverpool and looking to visit beaches in the Wirral and Flintshire areas, there are several beautiful coastal spots worth exploring which wont take you hours to get to in your motorhome.

Here are a few suggestions:

  1. West Kirby Beach (Wirral): Located on the north-west coast of the Wirral Peninsula, West Kirby Beach offers stunning views of the Dee Estuary. The expansive sandy beach is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a picnic.
  2. New Brighton Beach (Wirral): Situated near the town of Wallasey, New Brighton Beach is a popular destination with a long promenade, sandy shores, and iconic features like the lighthouse and Fort Perch Rock. There are also amusement arcades and cafes nearby.
  3. Talacre Beach (Flintshire): Located on the north coast of Wales, Talacre Beach is known for its picturesque sand dunes and lighthouse. It’s a great place for a peaceful walk, birdwatching, or enjoying a beautiful sunset.
  4. Prestatyn Beach (Flintshire): Situated in the town of Prestatyn, this long sandy beach is ideal for a day of relaxation and water activities. There are also nearby facilities like cafes, shops, and a promenade for leisurely strolls.
  5. Rhyl Beach (Flintshire): Rhyl Beach is a popular seaside resort offering a sandy beach, amusement arcades, and a variety of attractions suitable for all ages. It’s a lively spot with plenty of entertainment options.

Remember to check local guidelines and any restrictions related to motorhome parking or overnight stays in these areas. Enjoy your trip and the beautiful beaches along the Wirral and Flintshire coast!

As always when visiting beaches it’s worth checking local tidal times.

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Liverpool Camper tips

Liverpool and its surrounding area offer a range of exciting attractions and beautiful landscapes to explore in an Easicampers campervan from their Liverpool Airport location

Here are some must-visit places:

  1. Liverpool Waterfront: Start your journey by visiting the iconic Liverpool Waterfront, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy stunning views of the waterfront, visit the Royal Albert Dock, and explore attractions like The Beatles Story and the Tate Liverpool art gallery.
  2. The Beatles’ Sites: Liverpool is synonymous with The Beatles. Take a Beatles-themed tour to visit significant sites such as The Cavern Club, Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, and the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
  3. Liverpool Cathedral: Visit the Liverpool Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the world. Marvel at its Gothic architecture, climb the tower for panoramic views, and explore the beautiful interior.
  4. Knowsley Safari Park: Just outside Liverpool, you’ll find Knowsley Safari Park. Drive through the park in your campervan and encounter various exotic animals, including lions, tigers, giraffes, and elephants.
  5. Formby Beach: Head to Formby Beach, a beautiful stretch of coastline with sandy dunes and pine forests. Enjoy walks along the beach, explore the nature reserve, and keep an eye out for the rare red squirrels.
  6. Chester: Take a short drive to the historic city of Chester, known for its well-preserved Roman walls and unique medieval architecture. Explore the charming city center, visit the impressive Chester Cathedral, and walk along the picturesque River Dee.
  7. The Wirral Peninsula: Cross the River Mersey and explore the Wirral Peninsula. Visit Port Sunlight Village, a beautifully preserved model village, and explore the scenic landscapes of Wirral Country Park and Thurstaston Common.
  8. Liverpool’s Museums and Galleries: Immerse yourself in Liverpool’s rich cultural scene by visiting its museums and galleries. The World Museum, Walker Art Gallery, and Museum of Liverpool are worth exploring for history, art, and local heritage.
  9. Liverpool One: If you’re looking for shopping and entertainment, head to Liverpool One, a large open-air shopping complex in the heart of the city. Enjoy retail therapy, dine at various restaurants, and catch a movie at the cinema.
  10. Sefton Park: Take a break from the city and relax at Sefton Park. This picturesque park offers beautiful landscapes, a boating lake, and the famous Palm House, a Victorian glasshouse.

Remember to plan your campervan trip in advance, check for any travel restrictions or specific requirements, and make sure to follow local guidelines and regulations. Enjoy your adventure in Liverpool and its surroundings!

If you’re looking for campervan sites near Liverpool, here are a few options to consider:

  1. Thornton Hall Farm Country Park: Located in Thornton, around 15 miles from Liverpool, this family-friendly campsite offers electric hook-ups, showers, toilets, and a play area for children. It’s a great option for those traveling with kids.
  2. Wirral Country Park Caravan Club Site: Situated on the Wirral Peninsula, this campsite is approximately 9 miles from Liverpool city center. It provides well-maintained facilities, including electric hook-ups, toilets, showers, and a laundry room. The site is close to beaches, nature reserves, and the city of Chester.
  3. Royal Umpire Caravan Park: Situated in Croston, about 22 miles from Liverpool, this spacious campsite offers grass and hardstanding pitches with electric hook-ups, modern facilities, a play area, and an on-site shop. It’s an ideal option for those seeking a peaceful countryside setting.
  4. Riverside Holiday Park: Located in Southport, around 17 miles from Liverpool, this campsite offers pitches with electric hook-ups, showers, toilets, and a launderette. It’s situated near the coast, providing easy access to the beach and attractions in Southport.
  5. Shorrocks Hill Country Club and Caravan Park: Situated in Formby, approximately 14 miles from Liverpool, this campsite offers a range of facilities, including electric hook-ups, toilets, showers, a clubhouse, and a restaurant. It’s close to Formby Beach and the nature reserve.
  6. Waterloo Farm Leisure Caravan Site: Located in Market Rasen, around 22 miles from Liverpool, this campsite provides electric hook-ups, toilets, showers, and a shop. It’s set in a peaceful rural area and offers easy access to Lincolnshire Wolds and other nearby attractions.

Remember to check availability, facilities, and any specific requirements or restrictions of each campsite before your visit. It’s also advisable to make reservations in advance, especially during peak seasons.

For more information on our Easicampers range from Liverpool Airport contact us in the following ways

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Festival Season 2023

With Festival season upon us for 2023 Easicampers Wigan has some great deals for motorhome’s & campervans. Are you a die hard festival goer looking for something a bit more luxurious that the usual tent? We have you covered, from small VW Caddy California 2 berth right up to a 6 berth motorhome.

You will find a list below of the most popular festivals here in the UK. At Easicampers Wigan we don’t charge extra for Festival hire

  1. Glastonbury Festival: Glastonbury is one of the UK’s largest and most prestigious music festivals. Taking place between 21st June-25sth June 2023
  2. Reading and Leeds Festivals: These twin festivals take place simultaneously over the August bank holiday weekend. Reading Festival is held in Reading, while Leeds Festival is held in Leeds. The festivals this year are due to take place 25th-27th August
  3. Isle of Wight Festival: This festival is held annually on the Isle of Wight and attracts a diverse range of artists and attendees. The Isle of White festival takes place this year between 15th-18th June.
  4. Download Festival: Known for its focus on rock and heavy metal, Download Festival is held at Donington Park in Leicestershire. Download festival is due to take place on the 8th – 11th June 2023
  5. Wireless Festival: Wireless is a popular urban music festival that showcases hip-hop, R&B, and grime. Download festival this year is between the 7th & 9th July.
  6. Kendal calling festival is very popular with families with plenty to do and see, its great for young children also, the dates for 2023 are 27th July -30th July.
  7. Bluedot festival is a unique festival at Cheshire’s iconic Jodrell bank, another family favourite with arts, culture, scienceand amazing music. This years festival is between the 20th & 23rd July

You can contact us on 01942 778899 for your quote, we look forward to helping you plan your festival hire.

Brecon Beacons Camper Van

The Brecon Beacons is a beautiful national park located in South Wales, UK. Exploring the park in a VW campervan from Easicamper’s in Liverpool can be a fun and memorable experience, allowing you to immerse yourself in the stunning natural surroundings.

Here are some tips for your VW campervan adventure in the Brecon Beacons with the team in Liverpool Airport:

  1. Plan your route: Before you set off, plan your route and have a rough idea of where you want to go and what you want to see. The Brecon Beacons has a range of campsites and parking spots suitable for campervans, so make sure to check the availability and book in advance if possible.
  2. Pack accordingly: Be sure to pack everything you need for your trip, including food, clothing, bedding, and any necessary camping equipment. Make sure to pack light as VW campervans don’t have a lot of storage space.
  3. Take your time: The Brecon Beacons is a place to be savoured and enjoyed, so take your time and explore the park at your own pace. Stop at scenic spots, take a hike, and enjoy the beautiful landscapes.
  4. Respect the environment: When camping in the Brecon Beacons, it’s important to respect the environment and leave no trace. Make sure to dispose of your waste responsibly and follow the park’s guidelines to minimize your impact on the natural surroundings.
  5. Be prepared for the weather: The weather in the Brecon Beacons can be unpredictable, so make sure to pack appropriate clothing and gear for all conditions. It’s always a good idea to bring waterproof clothing and sturdy footwear.
  6. Have fun: Above all, enjoy your time exploring the Brecon Beacons in your VW campervan. Take in the stunning views, immerse yourself in nature, and make memories that will last a lifetime.

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Oxfordshire Highlights

Oxfordshire is a beautiful county in south-east England that is rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. There are many highlights in Oxfordshire that are well worth visiting, whether you’re travelling in a motorhome or not. Here are a few of the top highlights in Oxfordshire along with links to campsites that are suitable for motorhomes from our Easicampers Liverpool Airport location:

  1. Oxford City: Known as the “city of dreaming spires,” Oxford is a stunning city that is home to the world-renowned University of Oxford, as well as many historic buildings, museums, and galleries. Campsites near Oxford City include:
  • Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Bridge Villa Camping and Caravan Park
  1. Blenheim Palace: This stunning palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Visitors can explore the palace’s stunning architecture and beautiful gardens. Campsites near Blenheim Palace include:
  • Duke’s Cut Canal Marina and Campsite
  • Glebe Leisure Camping and Caravan Park
  1. Cotswolds: The Cotswolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is famous for its rolling hills, quaint villages, and beautiful countryside. There are many campsites in the Cotswolds that are suitable for motorhomes, including:
  • Chipping Norton Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Far Peak Camping and Caravanning Site
  1. White Horse Hill: This beautiful hill offers stunning views over the surrounding countryside and is home to the famous Uffington White Horse, a prehistoric hill figure that is over 3,000 years old. Campsites near White Horse Hill include:
  • Oxford Thames Riverside Campsite
  • Bridge House Caravan Park
  1. Bicester Village: If you’re looking for some retail therapy, Bicester Village is a designer outlet shopping center that offers discounts on luxury brands. Campsites near Bicester Village include:
  • Highclere Farm Country Touring Park
  • Cotswold View Caravan and Camping Park

These are just a few of the many highlights in Oxfordshire that are worth visiting. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, nature, or shopping, Oxfordshire has something to offer everyone.

With Oxford located about a 3 hour drive from Liverpool Airport it may be advisable to stop off somewhere in the Staffordshire area to break your first night up in your Easicampers motorhome.

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Shropshire in a motorhome

Shropshire is a beautiful county located in the West Midlands region of England, known for its stunning countryside, historic market towns, and charming villages. Here are some places to visit in Shropshire whilst hiring a Easicampers motorhome from the Liverpool Airport depot :

With the county of Shropshire only a few hours drive away from your collection location, follow the border with Wales down towards this county full of fantastic attractions.

  1. Ironbridge Gorge – The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Ironbridge Gorge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to several museums, including the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.
  2. Ludlow Castle – A majestic castle built in the 11th century, Ludlow Castle has a rich history and is one of the most impressive castles in the country.
  3. Shrewsbury Abbey – A beautiful church located in the heart of Shrewsbury, the Abbey is a historic landmark and a popular tourist attraction.
  4. The Long Mynd – A beautiful area of upland heath and moorland, the Long Mynd is a popular destination for walkers and hikers.
  5. Wroxeter Roman City – Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, Wroxeter is now an impressive archaeological site with a reconstructed Roman villa.
  6. Attingham Park – A stunning Georgian mansion surrounded by beautiful parkland, Attingham Park is a great place to spend the day exploring the grounds and the house.
  7. The Stiperstones – A dramatic range of hills in the south of the county, the Stiperstones are a popular destination for walkers and hikers.
  8. Bridgnorth Cliff Railway – An unusual funicular railway that connects the upper and lower towns of Bridgnorth, the Cliff Railway is a unique experience and offers great views of the River Severn.
  9. Blists Hill Victorian Town – An open-air museum that recreates life in a Victorian town, Blists Hill is a great place to step back in time and experience what life was like in the 19th century.
  10. Hawkstone Park Follies – A unique landscape of caves, cliffs, and grottoes, the Follies are a great place to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.

We only make suggestions to visit places please check on opening times for each attraction. the team at Easicampers can help you with ideas for places to stay whilst on your holiday.

For more details on booking a motorhome from Easicampers Liverpool there a few ways to get in touch

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Oulton Park Motorhome

If you’re planning on renting a motorhome from Easicampers in Liverpool and using it to attend events at Oulton Park race track, there are a few things you should consider.

Firstly, it’s important to ensure that the motorhome you rent from Easicampers in Liverpool is suitable for your needs and can comfortably accommodate you and any other passengers who will be traveling with you. You should also ensure that the motorhome has all the necessary amenities and facilities you’ll need during your trip, such as a kitchen, bathroom, and comfortable sleeping arrangements.

Secondly, you’ll need to plan your route from Liverpool to Oulton Park race track, taking into account any traffic, road closures, or other potential delays. Make sure you have a reliable GPS system or map to help guide you on your journey.

Once you arrive at Oulton Park race track, you’ll need to find a suitable place to park your motorhome. The race track has several dedicated parking areas for motorhomes and other larger vehicles, but it’s important to book in advance to ensure availability.

Overall, renting a motorhome from Easicampers and using it to attend events at Oulton Park race track can be a fun and convenient way to travel. Just make sure you plan ahead and take all the necessary precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.

The Cheshire circuit’s season will include rounds of the UK’s leading national championships, including two Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB) dates. The first of these will be a bank holiday weekend thriller with three races in late spring (29 April – 1 May) whilst the second (15-17 September) will be a key fixture as the title fight reaches boiling point.

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) meanwhile returns for its popular summer tin top festival on 17/18 June. Some of the UK’s leading drivers will battle across a trio of races in front of a huge crowd, many of whom will camp out for the whole weekend.

To hire a motorhome from Easicampers Liverpool you can get in touch a few ways

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Isle of Man TT Races

Do you like the thrill of speed?

Love the smell of diesel and the sound of revving engines?

Why not hire a Easicampers motorhome from our Liverpool location. Perfect for jumping on the ferry across the Irish sea to this little idyllic island located 60 miles off the North West coast.

With miles of golden beaches or mountain walks the Isle of Man is perfect for everyone.

But come the end of May and first week in June the island becomes a mecca for motorbike enthusiasts. The world famous TT road races have been taking place since 1907 and barring the both world war 1 and world war 2, and the two years of the pandemic it has run every year since.

The only way to get to the Isle of Man is via 2 routes.

The closest place to get your motorhome over is at the Liverpool ferry terminal or a bit further afield there is the ferry port up at Heysham. Both routes arrive in to the port of Douglas.

The Isle of Man TT races are a popular event for motorbike enthusiasts and take place annually on the Isle of Man. While it is possible to attend the races and stay in a motorhome, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Firstly, it’s important to plan ahead and book your motorhome rental and accommodation well in advance, as demand is high during the TT races.

Secondly, make sure your motorhome is equipped with all the necessary amenities, such as a kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping area. You’ll want to be comfortable during your stay, especially if you plan on spending several days on the island.

Thirdly, keep in mind that parking and camping spaces can be limited during the TT races. It’s a good idea to research the available campsites and parking areas before you arrive and make sure you have a reservation.

Finally, be aware that the roads on the Isle of Man can be narrow and winding, so driving a motorhome may be challenging. Make sure you are comfortable driving a larger vehicle before embarking on your trip.

Overall, attending the Isle of Man TT races in a motorhome can be a unique and enjoyable experience, but it’s important to plan ahead and be prepared for the challenges that may arise.

Contact the local office on 01942 778899

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Ford Zefiro 675

The Ford Zefiro 675 motorhome is a comfortable and spacious vehicle that is perfect for a first-time motorhome driver. It’s made by Ford, so you can expect reliability and a smooth ride.

The 675 Zefiro model that Easicampers Liverpool have on fleet is a popular choice among motorhome enthusiasts, be it’s easy to drive and manoeuvre, and it’s also spacious enough to comfortably sleep and accommodate up to 6 people. The motorhome is designed to provide all the amenities and features of a home on the road.

Here are some features you can expect from a Ford Zefiro 675 motorhome from Easicampers Liverpool :

  1. Driving comfort: The Zefiro 675 comes with a comfortable driver’s seat and a clear and easy-to-read dashboard. The vehicle also has power steering and an manual 6-speed gearbox, Air conditioning in the driver’s cab making it enjoyable to drive during the summer months.
  2. Sleeping arrangements: The motorhome has one king sized bed above the cab, two rear bunk beds and a dining area that converts in to a small double. The beds are comfortable and come with a mattress, (pillows and duvets can be provided for a surcharge, or if your local most people take their own.
  3. Kitchen facilities: The Zefiro comes equipped with a fully functional kitchen with a sink, hob, oven/grill, and fridge/freezer box . The kitchen is stocked with basic cooking utensils, crockery, and cutlery.
  4. Bathroom facilities: The motorhome also has a fully functional bathroom with a shower, toilet, and sink. The bathroom has hot and cold running water.
  5. Entertainment: The Zefiro 675 comes with a radio system in the front . The vehicle also has a 12V charging point and a 240V hook-up point. A 240v hook up cable is provided along with a adapter if your staying with family or want to charge up at home before you leave on your holiday, along with a hose pipe to fill your water tank on site.
  6. Storage: The motorhome has ample storage space for your belongings, including wardrobes, cupboards, and under-seat storage.

Overall, the Ford Zefiro 675 motorhome from Easicampers is a great choice for someone who has never driven a motorhome before. It’s easy to drive, comfortable, and has all the amenities and features you need for a comfortable and enjoyable road trip.

For more details on this great family sized motorhome give the local depot on 01942 778899 for more information or visit our dedicated website for all your booking needs

Welcome to our tour of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast in a campervan from Easicampers Liverpool Airport! This tour will take you on a journey through some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in the UK. this is just a few places we would recommend and these will vary on time of year you visit this wonderful part of Wales.

Day 1: Liverpool to Pembrokeshire After collecting your campervan from Easicampers at Liverpool Airport, hit the road and head towards Pembrokeshire. The journey will take approximately 5 hours, so make sure to take plenty of breaks along the way. You could stop off at Lake Bala, which is fed from the River Dee it is a freshwater glacial lake in the county of Gwyneed. A bit further on your trip why not call in to Aberystwyth and have fish and chips overlooking Cardigan Bay. Once you arrive, set up camp at a local campsite and get ready for your adventure! For a few ideas for campsites why not use other websites can be used as well.

Day 2: St Davids. Start your day in St Davids, the UK’s smallest city. Explore the charming streets, visit the historic cathedral and browse the independent shops. Then, head to the coast and take a walk along the clifftops to admire the stunning views. If you’re feeling adventurous, try coasteering, kayaking or surfing.If you fancy doing kayaking visit the link to get booked on

Day 3: Solva and Newgale Beach Drive along the coast to the picturesque village of Solva. Wander along the quay, take in the colourful houses and enjoy a spot of lunch at one of the local pubs or cafes. After lunch, head to Newgale Beach and spend the afternoon surfing, sunbathing or exploring the rock pools.

Day 4: Skomer Island Take a boat trip to Skomer Island, a wildlife paradise famous for its puffins, seals and dolphins. Walk along the rugged coastline, visit the island’s ancient ruins and enjoy a picnic surrounded by stunning scenery. Visit to look into boat trips to Skomer

Day 5: Pembroke and Tenby. Visit Pembroke, a historic town with a magnificent castle. Take a tour of the castle and learn about its fascinating history. Afterward, head to the charming seaside town of Tenby. Explore the colourful streets, take a boat trip to Caldey Island and relax on the sandy beaches.

Caldey Island lies cradled in the magnificent South Pembrokeshire coastline on the western fringes of Wales. It is one of Britain’s holy islands.

The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquility and peace.

The monks and islanders are pleased to welcome day-visitors to share the delights of their island home throughout the summer season. There are no trips on a Sunday due to it being the day of prayer.

Day 6: Marloes Sands and Dale Spend the day at Marloes Sands, a remote and wild beach with stunning views. Take a walk along the coastal path, go for a swim or simply relax on the sand. Afterward, head to Dale, a pretty village with a sheltered bay perfect for watersports.

Day 7: Departure It’s time to say goodbye to Pembrokeshire and start your journey back to Liverpool. Take one last drive along the coast and soak up the beautiful scenery before returning your campervan to Easicampers at Liverpool Airport.

This concludes your tour of the Pembrokeshire Coast in a campervan from Easicampers Liverpool Airport. We hope you have a fantastic trip and create many wonderful memories whilst hiring a Easicampers Campervan.

For details on our camper prices give us a call on 01942 778899 or visit our dedicated website