Visit Gloucestershire and stay at Apple Tree Park Caravan and Camping Site, where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome.
All of the 65 pitches at this campsite are spacious benefit from 16A electric hook-ups, plus there are a limited number of seasonal pitches, too. This is a family friendly and dog friendly park, with plenty of space to walk your four-legged friends. There's a small additional charge for dogs and owners are reminded to control their dogs and to always clean up after them.
This is a peaceful, relaxed site, but it is also easy to get to, as it's only a mile from junction 13 of the M5, meaning you get the best of both worlds. And being on the A38 means it's easy to get from the caravan and camping park to explore the local area.
Enjoy your holidays in this pretty corner of south west England and why not use Apple Tree Park Caravan and Campsite Site as your base.
There's a heated amenities block on site with underfloor heating, that has toilets, basins, showers, a family washroom, baby changing facilities, disabled facilities and individual washing cubicles.
While there's no bar, cafe or shop at Apple Tree Park Caravan and Camping Site, as you're self catering it is good to know that the village of Eastington is only about a 20-minute walk away. Here you will find a post office, a Co-Op, plus a handful of pubs and cafes, so you can easily top up your groceries or perhaps enjoy a meal out.
If you want to visit Gloucester, it's only a 20- or 30-minute drive away. Take a wander around the docks or maybe visit the cathedral. This campsite is also just a 20-minute drive along the A419 from Stroud where there is a famous farmers' market, while Cheltenham and its racecourse are half hour drive away, Cirencester is about a 40-minute drive away and if you want you can also visit Bristol, a 35-minute drive away and home to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, a family friendly zoo and a thriving, regenerated harbour area.
Or maybe it's the natural beauty of the area that attractions you to spend your camping and caravan holidays in the Cotswolds, enjoying the peace and quiet. From the traditional, honey-coloured towns and villages to the miles and miles of walking trails and cycling paths, there's much to discover here and you can do so at whatever pace you like.
If you'd like to get active and try a wide range of watersports, a 40- to 45-minute drive from Apple Tree Park Caravan and Camping Site is the Cotswold Water Park, where you can go sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and more.
Venturing further afield, you can also visit Wales – Monmouth is an hour's drive from this campsite. En route, maybe you'd like to take time to discover the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and also the Forest of Dean.
The park is in easy walking distance of the village of Eastington with its shops, hairdressers, butchers, post office and proper village pub. A short drive away, less than two miles, is the very pretty village of Frampton on Severn.
The Co Op Food store in Eastington also accommodates the local post office. Opening times are daily from 7am (Sunday 8am) to 10pm.
The Old Badger Inn in Eastington is a great example of a proper village pub.
St Michael & All Angels, Churchend, Eastington.
Frampton on Severn green is said to be the longest village green in England, and is about 22 acres in size. Cricket is played on the green outside the Bell Inn, one of the two pubs on the green, the other being The Three Horseshoes at the opposite end of the green.
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