Blackmore No.2 Camping and Caravanning Club Site is one of the best and most popular caravan parks in Worcestershire. We are the proud holders of a five star Visit Britain rating as well as a Silver David Bellamy Conservation Award, given in recognition of the work we do on and around the club site to help protect and improve the local environment. We are open all throughout the year and have 190 serviced pitches available. We welcome motorhomes, touring campers and caravans, and tents onto the site. To meet high season demand we also make a number of seasonal pitches available.
We provide electric hook-ups for guests to use as well as washing up, chemical waste disposal, and laundry facilities, in addition to Wi-Fi internet access.
We are a family friendly park – bring the kids and even your household pets – with a children’s play area for youngsters and enough open spaces to satisfy even the most impatient of dogs. Our park is famous within the caravanning community for its community feel, which we get as a result of having a number of returning visitors at all times of the year while also allowing non-members, including friends and family members of those who are, to visit whenever they like, too.
The closest village to the club site is Hanley Swan. There are local convenience stores and a pub in the village, meaning you can always stock up on holiday essentials and eat and drink as much as you can manage. The main local attraction is the Malvern Hills, which surround the site and provide stunning views. This is the best place to head out for a walk, you can either climb the hills themselves – there is a great “peak to peak” walking route that means you only actually climb once – or simply enjoy the gentle lower slopes that aren’t too taxing.
Nearby, Upton upon Severn has many great pubs and restaurants and is definitely a town worth exploring. There are also various cultural events that take place in the town throughout the year, so you should check what’s going on before you book. The famous cathedral city of Worcester isn’t far away, either, and provides great walks along the River Severn as well as opportunities to shop, see the sights, and watch cricket in the summer months.
Explore the Worcestershire and Gloucestershire countryside at your leisure when you stay with us, and give yourself a great base for discovering many great places.
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The village of Hanley Swan is a mile’s walk from the site. It has a Post Office, general store, butcher and pub.
The Malvern Hills are the backdrop to the site. A network of paths crosses the hills, including one running the length of the three major summits.
Great Malvern Priory has both Norman and Perpendicular Gothic architecture and unusual carvings.
Upton upon Severn has a selection of good restaurants, an award-winning marina and hosts folk and jazz festivals.
The city of Worcester is seven miles to the north. The City Art Gallery and Museum has a 19th century chemist’s shop, and you can also visit the Royal Worcester Visitor Centre or climb the 200ft cathedral tower.
The Three Counties Showground hosts many events, including the Three Counties Countryside Show in June, the Spring Gardening Show and the Autumn Show.
Ledbury, to the south west, is a fine black and white timbered town.
Follow the Elgar Trail by car to discover more about the famous composer.
Eastnor Castle has a deer park, arboretum and lake. It hosts events throughout the year.
Gloucester is home to Britain’s most inland port. Visit the docks, with its antiques centre and the National Waterways Museum.
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Worcestershire 01 Jun 2006
Visited: August 2004
Prime countryside location, near to the village of Hanley Swan, Malvern (20 minute walk to the pub or post office).
This is a fairly large site but we were very impressed with the attention to detail and friendly manner of the site wardens. From the moment we arrived, we felt relaxed and was even shown to the pitch by a warden on a bike! The site is very well looked after and we would recommend this site as the perfect weekend get-away retreat. Toilets & showers were in good condition.