The Isle of Wight is one of Britain’s most popular holiday destinations, and the main resorts offer plenty of hotels, bed and breakfasts and self catering. However, if you’re visiting with the family, you may want to look at one of the 20 or so campsites scattered across the island. Isle of Wight camping is generally affordable if you’re travelling on a budget, and most campsites are family friendly, often located close to attractions or a short walk from the beach. Many offer spectacular views while others have a variety of activities available, such as a swimming pool, miniature golf, restaurants and bars, or an adventure playground. If you’re looking for your ideal campsite, do some research; your first step is deciding where on the island you want to stay. Next, look at the rates, amenities and features, and how family oriented the site is.