Opened in 1996, Broadmeadow Caravan and Camping Park, Tourist Board 5-Star Rated, conveniently situated in Ross-on-Wye, invites you to sample the delights of the surrounding Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean.
Steeped in a wealth of history and natural beauty together with the neighbouring counties of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Gwent, it supplies breathtaking scenery to charm the most discerning visitor.
St Mary's Church dominates any view of Ross-on-Wye, and the picturesque streets of the small market town enhance the pleasure of shopping
Thoughtfully landscaped and luxuriously equipped, Broadmeadow caters for all requirements. Excellent facilities on and off-site. Restaurant, pubs and watersports 500 yards, in an area steeped in a wealth of history and natural beauty.
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: July in 2010
This caravan park is immaculately clean. The staff and owners are extremely welcoming and friendly and always there if you need help. We have visited a number of times and would recommend it to anyone. Yes it can be busy during bank holidays but so is everywhere! The town is a 10 mins walk and the nearby countryside is lovely, what more could you want!
: August in 2010
lovely clean site although very busy it being bank holiday weekend.wardens very helpful on arrival and if needed during your stay.toilets and showers spotless.nice walks around the one site fishing lake.easy stroll into ross and to the good walks along the river.morrisons is just outside the main entrance to the site and is open long hours.would definately go back here at some point in the future
: August in 2010
The site is lovely, seasonal warden was very helpful, the toilets and showers clean but very difficult to access due to the number plate which I could not get to work. Unfortunately, the cravans and tents are all crammed in together and far too close to really have any privacy. Our neighbours were so noisy we had to get up early as it seemed they were in the room with us. I would not go there again.
Practical Motorhome Snail Trail recommended site Sept 2006
You may start thinking someone has pointed the caravan site signs in the wrong direction as the approach to this ten-year-old park is through an industrial estate on the outskirts of Ross. But once you’ve passed through the entry gate, the surroundings are peaceful and about as rural as they can be for a town site. One of its strengths is that it’s within walking distance of Ross town centre and the open-until-late Morrisons supermarket.
The layout is Continental in style with an open, flat, grass camping field with a handful of hardstandings. There is limited shelter on the pitches but they’re clearly divided and generously sized.
The neatness of the site, its location and the quality of the toilets and showers justify its five-star rating from the English Tourism Council. It’s likely to be busy in summer and at peak weekends, so if you prefer to get away from the hustle and bustle of family camping, visit midweek, outside school holidays.16 Jul 2006