Wolverley Camping and Caravanning Club Site can be found in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, a short distance from the town of Kidderminster. Open from late March to early November, we welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring caravans and campers onto our site.
We are a family and pet friendly park with plenty of open spaces for little legs to explore, whether they have two or four of them. There’s also a child’s play area and a clubhouse filled with games and activities to keep youngsters entertained during your stay.
Our pitches are well set-up for your convenience, with electric hook-ups and Wi-Fi internet available across the site, in addition to facilities for laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal if you need them.
There are vast areas of woodland and a river that runs close to the site, making it easy to indulge in a range of outdoor activities including fishing and cycling. There are miles of nature trails stretching through the Worcestershire countryside that are perfect for exploring with family and your pets, and taking a picnic out with you and finding a beautiful field to sit and relax in is a favourite idea with many of our guests.
A short drive from the park you will find Kingsford Country Park and Kinver Edge. Both of these locations offer stunning views of the countryside while also having acres of woodland and even sandstone caves open for exploration. Dudley Zoo is also easy to get to and has a range of popular animal species from around the world.
Those looking for something to do that doesn’t involve too much stress outdoors can make their way into Kidderminster, which is a popular shopping town in the area with those who don’t want to travel into Birmingham. You’ll also find a large range of bars and restaurants in Kidderminster, as well as a train station where you can take the famous Severn Valley Railway steam train and explore the picturesque valleys of the area while putting your feet up.
Anyone who is missing city life can get into the centre of Birmingham in a matter of minutes, where there are opportunities for shopping at the famous Bullring, as well as numerous cinemas, theatres, and various other attractions.
Make our site your base camp for exploring the heart of Worcestershire as well as Warwickshire’s urban areas and countryside, and have a memorable break for the whole family.
Types of pitches:
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Electric shaver sockets
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Battery charging facilities
Kidderminster has a good shopping centre and several places to eat. It’s also the spot to catch a steam train to Bridgnorth – with views of the gloropus countryside on route – on the Severn Valley Railway.
There’s more family fun to be had nearby, including Kingsford Country Park and Kinver Edge, which are 5.3 miles from the site and feature woodland, views and fascinating sandstone caves. Animal lovers will also enjoy Dudley Zoo abnd the West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park. Bodenham Arboretum, 2.6 miles from the site, is an oasis of tranquillity set in a beautiful valley.
Based on 2 review(s)
wolverhampton 13 Jul 2012
Myself and friends decided to try camping so we picked somewhere quite local my friend phoned and they offered a group discount if you paid straight away so she paid it BIG MISTAKE!it has rained all week so i phoned to see if we could change the date as being first time campers we did not want our first time to be bad lady on phone said no and no refunds,so unless you know the weather is going to be great DON'T PAY IN FULL!
Worcestershire 29 Aug 2007
Visited: several weekends during 2007
Secluded location but road noise can become an irritation. Even at night. you can hear motorbikes speeding along the local road & country lane.
10 minute drive to Kidderminster town centre.
This is a medium sized site, ideal for people within the West Midlands area who want to get away for the weekend.
The site also offers a secure storage facility, which we booked for 2007.
The site wardens (2 couples) always seem rather distant and unapproachable! Sometimes they are friendly other times not so! This is our personal opinion and no doubt other people may find them ok?
The pitches can feel very claustrophobic, as the male wardens have a tendancy to site everyone in a 'line' which seemed very regimented! When we 'escape' for the weekend, the last thing we want to look at is a caravan from every window! We have also had two occasions where people invade the required minimum space between units.
The canal is a few minutes walk from the site, which offers a nice walk along the towpath. Bodemum Arboretum & Visitor centre is a 10 minute drive away.
The children's play park is basic but the site is located right next to a playing field, so there is plenty of room for ball games, kite flying or dog walking! The site also has a games room with a TV, table tennis table & dart board.
Television reception is very poor. We recommend the use of a satalite dish if you have one available.
The site is reasonably looked after and we would recommend this site as a weekend retreat.
Toilets & showers are in a fair condition.