Pop-Up Somerset

UK England South West England Somerset Wincanton

  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
A pop-up campsite in rural Somerset, offering pitches in 10 acres of wildflower meadows

Opening for the first time in 2021, Pop-Up Somerset comes from a camping co-operative called 'Pop Up Campsites' who have multiple locations in southern England. Jonny, who runs this site, also managed operations for the luxurious Pop-Up Hotel at Glastonbury Festival for several years. In short, the guy knows how to create something out of nothing and then make it disappear again in a puff of campfire smoke. It’s that committed approach to leaving no trace that ties these different places together. They're true temporary campsites run by an experienced and capable team.

Temporary though it may be, what is undeniable, however, is that this place still retains something of the muddy-knees vibe of the great outdoors. It doesn’t promise organised activities to entertain your kids all day but instead encourages them to run wild and enjoy nature, with some 10 acres of vehicle-free meadow space to explore. Facilities-wise, the site features eco-friendly compressed-air toilets, power showers and water taps and, except for mains water, the place is completely off-grid, generating electricity from their mini solar farm. There’s a large, communal chill-out tent set in the middle of the field with sofas and space to socialise. Oh, and campfires are encouraged, of course, with firepits available for late-night marshmallow toasting and logs for sale.

Set on the edge of a Somerset village, the main attractions are relaxing on site and exploring the countryside. The “big” sights of Somerset (Glastonbury, Wookey Hole and Cheddar) are close enough for day trips but you might just find yourself satisfied with your tent, big field and the smaller pleasures nearby; walking, wild swimming, gardens, a cidery and an artisan cheese maker to name just a few.



Compressed-air toilets, power showers, water taps, bins and recycling. A large, communal chill-out tent in the middle of the field has sofas, soft furnishings and space to socialise. Campfires are permitted, with firepits available to hire and logs for sale on site.

Suitable For

Dogs are not allowed on site. 


Our corner of Somerset has so much to offer visitors. As well as the natural beauty of the countryside there is a lot to see and do come rain or shine. Nearby you will find some wonderful small towns and villages full of fabulous independent shops, quintessential stone cottages and historic buildings. Bruton, Castle Cary, Glastonbury, Sherborne and Wincanton are all within easy reach by car or if you fancy spending your days relaxing in the field there are plenty of games for small kids and big kids alike!

Food & Drink

The Half Moon Inn (Horsington)
https://www.jasmineandbay.co.uk/ (Templecombe)
https://www.mattskitchen.co.uk/ (Bruton)
https://stagsheadinn.co.uk/ (Yarlington)
https://atthechapel.co.uk/ (Bruton)
https://thenewtinsomerset.com/ (Castle Cary)



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The Owner Says

Deep in unspoilt Somerset, we are offering camping set within 10 acres of wildflower meadows and sheltered by mature oaks with individual space. This is camping how it should be with fire pits, time to chill out and space for children to run free. Relax, and breathe in the fresh air and stillness of our beautiful area. At Pop-Up campsites, we care deeply about our precious natural resources, and being the caretakers of the land we inhabit, we ensure that our campsites are mindful of the impact they make on the land.

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Around 15 informal grass camping pitches, plus a handful of glamping options, including bell tents and safari tents.

Safari Suite

Camping Bunkhouse Sleeps 4 3 Available
Supremely stylish and with a gorgeous en-suite bathroom, the Safari Suite is the ultimate luxurious option

Safari Tent

Safari tent Sleeps 4 2 Available
The Safari Friends and Family is a large and stylish tent. It has 2 separate sleeping areas so is perfect for 4 guests . Please note that this does not have an en-suite bathroom. The bed layout and furniture will be altered according to numbers.

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Getting There

From the A303 take the A371 exit towards Wincanton. Stay on this road for a mile (over a couple of roundabouts). At the third roundabout, take the first exit on to the A357. After two miles, turn left onto Behind Hayes Lane and at the T junction soon after, turn right on to Marsh Lane. The campsite is signposted off this road.

The nearest train station is Templecombe, just two miles away, from where you could book a taxi. An alternative station is Gillingham, slightly further away (11 miles) but with a taxi rank outside.


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