We are based in Chichester, West Sussex down on the South Coast of England – 40 miles from the M25. Drive down to us and leave your car with us while you are away. Alternatively take the train from London Victoria. We have a wide range of different motorhomes. See Our Motorhomes Page for layouts and pictures.
Visiting London in a Motorhome
When you think of London, camping and campsites don’t immediately spring to mind, but there are a few within easy reach of the capital. Staying in one of these London campsites gives you the freedom to move around during your stay via the public transport links, and avoid having to navigate your way through central London.
Not to mention, they can be a much cheaper option than staying in a hotel!
Where to visit
You don’t need us to tell you about all the incredible places to visit in London (though we will). You will never be short of things to do and places to see, including the Olympic Park, the London Eye, you could travel up to the top of Europe’s tallest building, the Shard, not to mention all the amazing museums and galleries. There really is something for everyone.
Where to stay
1. Crystal Palace Caravan Club Site
Old Cople Lane, Crystal Palace Parade, London, SE19 1UF
Public Transport Links: The number 3 bus near the caravan park departs regularly and goes into London via Brixton, Lambeth Bridge, Trafalgar Square and terminates on Oxford Street.
2. Abbey Wood Caravan Club Site
Federation Road, London, SE2 LS
Public Transport Links: Abbey Wood train station is a 10 minute walk with trains going every 20-minutes into central London.
3. Lee Valley Camping and Caravan Park
Meridian Way, Edmonton, London, N9 0AR
Public Transport Links: The Bus to Edmonton Green is very close and frequent, and from there you can get a train direct to Liverpool St.
4. Willows Rustic Camping And Caravaning
Lippitts Hill, High Beach, Loughton, London, IG10 4AL
Public Transport Links: 3 miles away from Loughton underground station, on the Central Line
5. Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Bridge Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8JX
Public Transport Links: 20 minute walk to Chertsey Train Station, with direct routes to Waterloo
Driving in London
When driving in and around London you need to be aware of a couple of tolls and charges that you may be eligible for depending on your route/destination.
Low Emission Zone – The London Low Emission Zone (LEZ) is a traffic pollution charge scheme with the aim of reducing the exhaust gas emissions of diesel-powered commercial vehicles in London.
All motorhomes on the LandCruise Fleet meet the required emission standards.
Congestion Charge – The Congestion Charge is an £11.50 daily charge for driving a vehicle within the charging zone between 07:00 and 18:00, Monday to Friday.
The charge aims to reduce high traffic flow and pollution in the central area and raise investment funds for London’s transport system.
Dartford Crossing – The Dartford Crossing is a toll road on the M25 that consists of two tunnels (carrying northbound traffic) and the Queen Elizabeth II bridge (carrying southbound traffic).
The way that you pay for the Dartford crossing has now changed. You no longer pay at the barriers as you go through, instead you must pay for a crossing in advance or by midnight the day after by making a one-off payment. More info