Places to Visit in Berkshire

Feel like royalty as you roam around Berkshire, home to the world-renowned Windsor Castle and Ascot races. Hop in one of our motorhomes for the perfect sightseeing getaway. Head to Windsor Castle to watch the Changing of the Guards ceremony, before taking a tour through the Queen’s lavish State Apartments, banquet halls and chapel – a chance to see why this is her favourite palace to stay in. If cultural enrichment is your thing, be sure to catch a Shakespeare play in the Windsor Castle library before you leave!

If you’re looking for something a little more high energy, drive your motorhome out to Reading for all kinds of sporting activities – from marathons to rowing! If it’s music you’re after, pack your wellies and be sure to time your road trip with one of the many roaring rock festivals held at Herschel Park in Slough. There’s no better way to let loose after a long day of driving, than busting a move to some choice tunes.

If you’re a lover of nature looking to spot some wildlife, check out Berkshire’s abundance of oak-lined deer parks on your way to the Berkshire downs. Take your time as you hike along the chalk ridgeways and drink in the beautiful sight of winding rivers. Set up camp along the Grand Union Canal, where you can take your boat out on the canal to enjoy the gentle swaying of the water as you spend a relaxed day fishing. Take a leisurely stroll at Stanlake Park Wine Estate – the largest vineyard in the country – as you explore the extensive grounds. Delve into 540 acres of lush countryside at Dinton Pastures Country Park in Wokingham – with seven lakes and two rivers, this place has no shortage of beauty. Explore cast meadows and woodland and watch quietly for the region’s beautiful wildlife – from red kites to roe and muntjac deer.

Road leading up to Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle
A lake in Dinton Pastures Country Park
Dinton Pastures Country Park
An aerial view of the Stanlake Park Wine Estate
Stanlake Park Wine Estate

What to do in Berkshire With Your Motorhome