Enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Gloucestershire with a stay at this welcoming family-run caravan park and campsite in the Forest of Dean, on the edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This relaxing, tranquil destination at the heart of the Forest of Dean is perfect for enjoying a break in scenic surroundings and offers 17 hard-standing pitches and 23 grass pitches, all of which have electric hook-ups. Campervans, caravans, and motorhomes are all welcome - larger vehicles are advised to use the hard-standing pitches.
The site is family-friendly, with a small kids' play area, and dogs are welcome, with plenty of space to walk them in the local woods. With its magnificent natural setting as well as plenty of nearby tourist attractions to visit, there's something for everyone here.
There are some fantastic facilities on-site, including a café serving tasty meals, coffee, and cakes, and a handy shop providing all your daily essentials, snacks, and drinks. Fire pits can be hired and there is wood for sale. The site's water is sourced from a borehole meaning it's natural and delicious.
A modern heated shower and toilet block is provided, and there's also a disabled/family shower room that features baby-changing facilities and a bath. A laundry room and washing-up facilities are also available, as well as chemical waste disposal.
If you are looking for a peaceful and relaxing holiday located in a spectacular natural setting, this is the ideal destination for you.
Centrally heated facilities block including laundry room and accessible wet-room
DirectionsTurn left onto Scowles Rd from the B4228, then continue for half a mile.
Things to do near the Forest of Dean
The Forest of Dean - an ancient woodland area perfect for walking, cycling and exploring
The River Wye - ideal for riverside walks, wild swimming, or canoeing
Symonds Yat - local village and popular tourist destination with a spectacular woodland and riverside setting
Puzzlewood - an ancient woodland site and family attraction, where scenes from Star Wars, Harry Potter, Merlin, and more have been filmed
The Dean Forest Railway - a heritage steam railway route
Clearwell Caves - a natural cave system with a mining museum
Go Ape Forest Of Dean - exciting adventure activities with a treetop rope course
A local park is just 2 minutes' walk away, perfect for exercising the dog or taking the kids to enjoy the play equipment.
The nearby market town of Coleford offers a range of independent shops, cafés, and pubs, with traditional greengrocers, bakery, butcher's shop, and deli.
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