If, when you camp, you love the back-to-nature experience of pitching up on an unspoilt, uncomplicated site and kicking back in the sun, then these campsites with wild flower meadows could well be just what you are looking for.
On these sites there's the option to wander through wild flower meadows, appreciating the wildlife that is attracted by less-intensive approaches to land management. Ragged robin, red campion, birds foot trefoil and tufted vetch. Feast your eyes on the gentle beauty of rare species of grass and flowers that were once abundant in the fields and hedgerows of the UK; sit in the long grass surrounded by chirrupping crickets and the twitter of hedgerow birds sustained by the invertebrates thriving on the land; grab a book, read a little, then lie back with the sun on your face.
Many of the campsites with a wild flower meadow embrace more than orchids and cowslips, corn marigolds and meadowsweet. They are sites whose owners have embraced a more eco-approach to pitching up, with at least one eye on visiting wildlife when designing and managing the campsite. Owls and deer, moles, foxes, rabbits and badgers; kestrels, buzzards, sparrow hawk and nightjar. Pack your binoculars and your spotters guides and prepare for hours of absorbed observation and sensory experience.
Chances are that you won't want to leave the campsite much, when it's this beautiful. However, if you do fancy venturing out once in a while, you'll find 1000s of 'Things to Do' listed in the vicinity of each campsite. Simply click on the 'Things to do' tab on each site's individual listing for some ideas on where to go and what to do.