Our north gate is about 250m from the circuit and our east gate even closer, so you’re never far. The campsite is large so we offer a complimentary shuttle service around the site during major events.
Yes we do have accessible camping. When booking your tickets with Silverstone, you are able to select a disabled camping ticket on the internet. However, for F1, you need to book disabled camping over the phone as the system is slightly different. Make sure you have your blue badge with you when you arrive at the campsite*; we’ll only give space to blue badge holders in our Disabled Camping zone. Our Disabled Camping zone is close to the circuit and has toilets & showers with ramp access. We operate a no-nonsense blue badge holder policy to make camping that little bit easier for those who really need it.
*Please note: As part of the terms and conditions under which disabled tickets are sold you must have a Blue Badge, if you are not a Blue Badge holder or you do not bring yours as proof, you will not be able to camp in the Disabled Camping zone.
Yes, children aged 0 to 15 years old qualify for a child camping ticket. We have plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained, including sports equipment to hire and a family treasure hunt. Please note, all children must be accompanied by an adult whilst staying at the campsite.
No. The only way to see the evening entertainment is to camp with us – we don’t let anyone else on-site. We put entertainment on for our guests only – why should we let other people enjoy the same facilities? Believe it or not, every year we refuse entry to hundreds of people asking to come and enjoy our evening entertainment just because their friends, who were camping with us, said it was so good!
No. Your camping ticket entitles you to camp with us for any length of time during our opening times for that event. So if we open at 7am on Wednesday and close at midday Monday, you can camp for that entire length of time! Check individual event opening times before arrival.
We try our best to keep our site secure. We have a team of SIA approved security guards patrolling our campsite as well as all our other campsite staff. However, our campsite has a population similar to a small town for big events so theft can happen – we recommend keeping your valuables safe at all times, either by locking them in your car, or keeping them on your person.
Almost. We have over 160 permanent flushing toilets on-site during large events, but we occasionally use porta-loos when we’re really full or in the far reaches of our site.
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No. We operate a no pet policy with the exception of guide dogs.
Event dependent. We adopt a ‘no bikes on-site’ policy for most events. We have a CCTV monitored secure bike compound for all motorcycles. We don’t want anyone to have their bike stolen or tampered with so drop them into our secure compound on arrival & we’ll look after them until you leave. This rule applies to all motorcycles and quad bikes alike.
Generally, yes. We aim to have cars parked next to pitches. In the event of bad weather, or for different reasons, you may have to park your car away from your pitch. If this is the case we will try and make the distance between your car and your pitch as close as possible (within reason). Please keep an eye on our facebook page and website for updated information.
Vehicle movements are restricted from arrival to until after the race on Sunday, except in case of emergency. If you need to move your vehicle in an emergency you must contact the nearest steward, who will arrange for you to be escorted out of the camping area.
For those who need to pop in and out of the campsite during the course of the event, there will be a separate car park to allow you to leave and return freely in your vehicle.
No. You need to buy a race ticket through the Silverstone website then either a) add camping to your cart or b) turn up at the campsite with your race-tickets and buy your camping then, although we do recommend buying early through Silverstone’s website as then you’re guaranteed to have a camping pitch – we sometimes sell out early on major events.
Yes, but we don’t allow glass on-site and you may have any glass bottles removed on entry.
- Monkeybikes, Minimoto, Pit Bikes, Scooters, Segways and Quads are strictly prohibited
- Glass – ALL glass bottles will be removed and disposed of by campsite staff on arrival!
- Gas cylinders exceeding 15kg.
- Sound systems capable of creating excessive noise.
- Campfires, firewood and fire starters are strictly forbidden.
- Restricted & illegal substances.
- Offensive weapons.
- Pet animals.
- Items that are deemed dangerous, offensive or unsuitable for the safe environment of the Campsite by Campsite Staff.
The serious bit: Silverstone Woodlands Campsite reserves the right to search any/all vehicles and/or persons on arrival. Admission will be refused to anyone carrying prohibited items, regardless of the tickets carried by the persons concerned and without refund. Silverstone Woodlands Campsite Ltd reserves the right to refuse permission of entry or re-entry to any person(s). No trading/flyering/placing of posters/stickers without prior written consent.
Yes as long as it is raised off the ground.
Yes we have a shop that sells groceries – think of it as being like a local village shop. You can get milk, bread, canned food, ice etc.
We fill the campsite systematically so you can’t choose where you camp. You can however bring your friends tent with you and set it up next to yours for them.