A beautiful, immaculately kept, family run Park, situated on the bank of River Wye. Also enjoying over 200 acres of woodland walks.
Open 1st March until the end of November.
Ideal base for walking, canoeing (hire available), fishing and cycling.
3 heated toilet/shower blocks (including disabled)
Winner of the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award.
: March in 2013
We stayed at Lucksall as part of a star-gazing weekend and were camping in the rally field in a tent. The facilities were great, toilets always clean and the breakfasts in the cafe were extremely yummy. We were constantly entertained by the ducks and no end of other bird-life including owls, long-tailed sandwichs and even peacocks. The staff we met in the restaurant were very polite, happy and efficient. A very pleasant stay - well done
We visited this campsite twice last year, once last month and are going back again next week. We absolutely love it. The staff couldn't be more helpful and friendly.
The site is immaculately kept and the shower blocks are the best we've seen.
It's a beautifully quiet campsite with great sized pitches. There is a large grass area for the kids to play and a playground. The shop is always well stocked and the small restaurant serves great food which can also be take away.
Definitely worth a visit!
: July in 2011
This site was our very first one & wow how good it was,very clean,friendly staff,super toilet/shower blocks, very spacious area & friendly visitors too. Good local area for eating,walking/relaxing. Will definately use this site again & have already recommended it to our friends. lovely cafe for take away or eating breakfast/lunch outside, very pleasant.
: July in 2011
This site is simply the best! Clean and tidy with staff who take absolute pride in their site.
Wonderful location in the Wye valley together with excellent customer service.
My favourite moment was when a member of staff stopped a speeding motorist and nicely but firmly informed them of the speed limit and the consequences of not adhering to the speed limit! Well done that man!
Cafe is pretty good and much too tempting for breakfast.
Location is wonderful but there are "alternative" activities in the woods at night.
Good local pubs and very pleasant walks to Fownhope and Mordiford. Soft play area in Hereford was excellent for rainy day and whatever you do dont miss the view from Symonds Yat Rock.....
Only bad point is WiFi coverage but the site have recognised this and are currently not charging as coverage is not great.
Cant recommend this site enough and we will be spending 3 weeks there over this summer and no doubt will return regularily.
: November in 2010
I can't recommend this site enough!
Fantastic views next to the river. Big pitches not too close to each other. Amazing toilet and shower facilities (one of which even has music piped in!). Very friendly staff who were only too helpful with local walking information. Found a fantastic pub on the circular walk (The Moon Inn at Mordiford) who were only too happy to allow muddy dogs and humans inside for food. The site was really clean and a fantastic venue for chilling out and getting back to nature.
: September in 2010
A well maintained site situated along the river Wye. On arrival we were greeted by friendly staff and directed to our clean level pitch. The shower and toilet blocks were always clean with plenty of free hot water and toilet paper. Dogs are welcome with walking area's provided. The park is accentuated with wild flowers along the footpaths that are provided between grassed areas that would equal bowling green standards. With free electricity provided for hook ups this site ticks all the boxes. We will definately be coming back.
: August in 2001
I rarely, in fact almost never, write reviews. However, having just returned from Lucksall I am amazed to read the previous reviews; presumably they were written by friends of the owners. Lucksall is almost certainly the worst site that I’ve stayed on in over 20 years of caravanning. It is run in a fashion somewhere between a POW site and an authoritarian borstal. We were treated with contempt by one gentleman in particular who clearly wishes to model himself upon Basil Fawlty! Fawlty Towers was entertainment, not real life abuse – I don’t expect to have a stand-up row on a campsite – and amazed that contempt for customers this is how they see fit to run their business. Earlier, in a very polite manner I pointed out that the radio/tannoy had been left on in the nearby shower block all night, which have prevented both myself and my wife from sleeping, only to be told “all out customer like it”! Really? All of them? Loud pop music 24 hours a day in the toilet/shower block? Everyone around the site are notices telling customers not to do things – a vast array is in the toilet block, reminding user to flush toilets, to clean toilets, mop up the showers etc. This was not a holiday, or even a pleasant break. Stay there at your own peril.
: June in 2010
My wife and I have just returned from a very eventful long weekend at Lucksall in Hereford. We arrived last Thursday at approximately 1:00pm. ready to site on pitch 4. Lining the car and caravan up ready to reverse onto the pitch the gear linkage went on the car and was stuck in 1st. gear. The gear stick was free and could be stirred to no effect. The site owner, Gary, helped to manhandle the van onto the pitch and then towed the car onto the pitch. The RAC were called but they could not fix the problem on site so we decided to have a relay back home today. This meant we were at Lucksall for 4 nights without transport.
Gary offered to lend us his car should we wish to go off site. He also called every day to the van to see if we required any thing and on calling had free ice creams for us.
Today the recovery vehicle arrived at approx. 11:15am and Gary gave a hand to load the car onto the wagon and hitch the van up to the back. We arrived home at just past 1:30pm.
Not only did we have a nice quiet relaxing stay on the site, we were treated in an exemplary manner the like of which we have never ever experienced in 40 years of caravanning. The site could not be faulted and the cordiality of Gary and his staff were second to none. If ever you want to break down on a caravan site then this is the site to do it. Excellent, quiet site with the best of welcome and help when needed.
Therefore in conclusion my wife and self would like to thank Gary, his fmily and all other staff at Lucksall for making our stay as pleasurable as possible - Thank You
Lucksall Caravan & Camping Park, Lucksall, Hereford
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
Hi, what a perfect site!immaculate,had a perfect pitch over looking the River Wye,taking in the fantastic scenery.The forest peering over you,resembling Canadian views!had some breathtaking walks!!including a short walk to a very pleasant pub/restaurant Moon Inn,the menu exceeded our expectations!!suberb and very friendly.Will be returning to lucksall site very soon,before it gets booked up!!!Ahh tranquility.
A lovely site even if it is only a few miles from home. The river Wye flows through the site and is one of the best, if not the best, course rivers in the U.K.
Permits can be bought from reception. Fish to be caught are Barbel, Chub, Dace, Roach, Gudgeon, Grayling, Perch and even Carp in the slower, deeper stretches. Canoes can be launched from the site and they also hire out cycles. A nice walk alongside the river to take the dog. There are other places where dogs can be walked, Haugh Wood for example, where everytime I've been I've spotted deer.
Not too many showers and when I was there you had to put money into a meter. Play area for kids and two areas for rallies.