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Ebury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Shrewsbury, Shropshire

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Ebury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site is found to the north of Shrewsbury and offers brilliant access to the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Our park is open from late March until early November, and welcomes motorhomes, touring campers, and tents onto site, with a total of 110 pitches available, some of which are serviced with electric hook-ups.

Park-wide Wi-Fi is also available, as are facilities for laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal. We also welcome children and pets to the site, and have a play area and wide open spaces for them to enjoy.

Ebury Hill has been a popular travel location for over 3,000 years, although admittedly the park hasn’t been here that long! It was once a famous hill fort in the Iron Age before becoming a quiet pocket in the heart of Shropshire. However, the historic significance of the area hasn’t diminished, and there is still much to see and do here.

Ironbridge Gorgecan be found a short distance outside of Telford, within the town of Ironbridge itself. If you are interested in the history of the area, then this is the place for you, as it has 10 award winning museums, most of which feature interactive displays and exhibitions to get children interested and involved with history. The village of Wroxeter can also be found outside of Shrewsbury, where the stunning ruins of what was once one of the United Kingdom’s largest Roman settlements can be found, while a Roman vineyard can be found on the outskirts of the village.

In the immediate vicinity of our site you’ll find yourself spoiled for choice when it comes to walking routes that take you out into the countryside, while there are numerous waterways for anglers to enjoy.
Our site is situated close to the Welsh border, making it easy to go and explore the countryside here, too, while adventurous travellers might even get out of bed early and head right across the country to check out Snowdonia National Park, where families can enjoy cycling, horse riding, climbing, abseiling, and many more outdoor activities.

Those looking for in-town experiences should head into Shrewsbury, famous for its timber framed buildings and narrow streets, while Wolverhampton and Birmingham are a short drive away for anyone looking for modern shopping and entertainment experiences.

Whether you travel for history, the great outdoors, or easy access to urban areas, our park makes it easy for you to fit each one into your break should you wish to do so.

Open from:
29 March - 5 November 2018

Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

Hardstanding with electric hook-up,Grass pitch with electric hook-up,Hardstanding only pitch,Storage facilities,Grass only pitch (no electric),A well-sheltered site,No dedicated accessible facilities,Chemical toilet disposal point,Drinking water taps,Motorhome stop-off,Dishwashing facilities,Ice pack freezing,Childrens play area,Fishing (rod licence required),Gas cylinders,Payphone,Pets welcome,Designated dog walk,Wi-fi(Wicoms Ltd),Grass only pitch for larger tents

110 Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, 110 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:

The area is steeped in history. One of the highlights is Ironbridge Gorge, which features ten award-winning museums spread along the River Severn and brings the Victorian era to life as well as offering a variety of interactive exhibits and displays.
You can also step back in time at Wroxeter, probably one of the largest Roman settlements in the UK, and at the Severn Valley Railway, where steam-hauled trains run along sixteen miles of track from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster. Get on track at the Telford Steam Railway or visit the RAF Museum at Cosford, which offers a more contemporary day out, as does Telford, with its extensive shopping facilities, sports and leisure complexes, ice-skating and theatre.
Shrewsbury has a wealth of timber-framed and Georgian houses and narrow streets, all in a loop of the River Severn.

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Ring Bank, Haughton
Shropshire, Central North England
United Kingdom
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Ebury Hill is ideally located within 5 miles of Shrewsbury. It is easy to access and is clearly signposted. The wardens are friendly and very helpful. The site has a mix of grass and hardstanding pitches. There are electric hook ups, but no toilet facilities. The site is qiet and surrounded by lovely country side. There is a good local pub to serve food and excellent drinks. There is plenty of walks near by with the Shropshire way only seconds away. Ther are plenty of shops for food and everything else within 10 mins drive. An excellent site not to be missed if you want some peace and quiet.
Ebury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Telford, Shropshire