The Camping and Caravanning Club are planning to open all their sites by the start of next month.
Clubs aim to open majority of their sites by July 4, if the government gives the go ahead.
Clubs are planning to reopen as soon as they receive government guidance in the next few weeks, however they will open without shower and toilet facilities in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus
A message on the website reads: “At the current time we plan to open the majority of Club Sites, including as many as possible with toilet block facilities.
Campers can begin planning their trips to the outdoors as sites plan to reopen in the next few weeks – but without toilets and showers.
However, campers may not be able to enjoy the full experience as there will be a number of changes at the campsites in a bid to comply with the government’s social distancing guidelines, to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
“Some campsites however, will open without toilets and showers. Campers will also be able to pitch their own toilet tent on their allocated pitch.”
“Opening with toilet and shower facilities will only happen if we’re allowed to do so by the government.
In addition to this, the organisation will not operate glamping-style Ready Camp Safari Tents this season.
On the other side of the river in France, Brits hoping for a summer getaway have been given a glimmer of hope last week after France’s PM said the country was entering a phase in which “freedom is the rule and restriction the exception.
Before sites can reopen, clubs will wait for guidance from the government before they can announce opening dates, the Sun reports.
More importantly for people yearning for a holiday abroad,campsites, hotels, B&Bs and gîtes will reopen in some places on June 2.
The country is set to reopen bars, cafés and restaurants nationally from this week, reports the Mirror.
In all of “green zone” mainland France, all sites will reopen but in the Ile-de-France region, which includes Paris, it is delayed until June 22.