Cannock Chase Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a peaceful park found in woodland in the Staffordshire countryside. Open from late March until early November, we welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring campervans onto the site.
Pitches have an electric hook-up for guests to use, while there are laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal facilities on-site. We also offer Wi-Fi access for guests to use during their stay, and stock LPG for those that need to use it.
Our site is surrounded by rolling hills and countryside, in addition to quiet areas of woodland that are home to wild deer and other beautiful examples of wildlife. The location of our park means we are popular with walkers and hikers, who often use our park as a perfect base for heading out into the surrounding greenery.
The Chase area is England’s smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, but you’ll still find enough to make you fall in love with nature. There is a visitor centre and café where you can read up on the area as well as speak to locals who will share their secrets of the best places to go. Cannock Chase Museum has a range of features that look at the history of mining in the local area, and the town of Cannock itself is a short drive from the site, where you’ll find shops, a thriving market area, and a leisure centre where you can enjoy a range of activities.
The Royal Airforce Museum has over 70 aircraft and exhibitions featured within it, and is one of the biggest such museums in the world, while Lichfield Cathedral is famous for its three spires and is a great place to look around. Shugborough Estate is a National Trust property that includes a small model farm, as well as gardens and stunning architecture to take in.
The surrounding area also offers parkland and sports clubs – including facilities for golf and tennis – enabling you to relax or get active depending on what you want to do, with waterways also close by for people who enjoy fishing.
Our park is also a brilliant gateway to the Midlands cities, with Birmingham to the south and Stoke-on-Trent to the north, while families can take a drive to Alton Towers theme park or further north to find a range of activities, including horse riding, archery, climbing, and cycling, in the Peak District National Park.
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The Chase is England’s smallest mainland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Visitor Centre and café are good places to start an exploration of this lovely area.
The Museum of Cannock Chase charts the history of mining in the area.
The town of Cannock is five miles from the Club Site. It has a good shopping centre, a leisure centre and market place.
The bronze age hill fort at Castle Ring is a mile’s walk from the site.
Shugborough Estate, managed by the National Trust, is a late 17th century mansion with a 19th century model farm and servants’ quarters.
The Royal Airforce Museum Cosford is one of the world’s largest aircraft museums with 70 aircraft and interactive exhibitions.
The National Memorial Arboretum has 150 acres of trees and memorials devoted to remembrance.
See the history and manufacturing methods of Wedgwood china at the Visitor Centre in Stoke on Trent.
Lichfield Cathedral is the only medieval cathedral with three spires. The city is also home to St Mary’s Heritage Centre, Samuel Johnson’s Birthplace, and the Staffordshire Regiment Museum.
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