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Redstone Caravan Park

Stourport On Severn, Worcestershire

Redstone Caravan Park is a charming park close to the town of Stourport-on-Severn, in the heart of Worcestershire. The park has a range of static caravans that are permanently owned and used by regular holidaymakers, as well as having 36 hardstanding pitches for guests with their own motorhomes and touring caravans.

Touring guests will find pitches benefiting from electric hook-ups, while facilities provided to ensure a comfortable stay include shower and toilet blocks, a laundrette and dishwashing facilities. There is plenty of open space on this campsite for children to enjoy ball games and other activities, plus there's a children's play area. In addition, there's a shop, a café/restaurant and a bar is found on-site, and is open at selected times throughout the open season.

The park also sits close to the banks of the River Severn, and guests are able to enjoy plenty of spots for fishing within a mile of the campsite.

Away from Redstone Caravan Park there are plenty of things for guests to do and discover. Walks by the riverside or across the surrounding countryside are always popular, while there are also plenty of areas of woodland nearby that are excellent for walking. In addition, the Severn Way, a waymarked long-distance footpath, runs very close to this campsite – in fact it's just across the river.

Visit Worcestershire and many of the local trails are also accessible on bicycle, with tourists often choosing to get around in this manner as a means of seeing more of this picturesque region. The Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve, a short drive to the north of this campsite, is a popular attraction, and is frequented by wildlife lovers and bird watching enthusiasts throughout the year.

If you've chosen to pitch at Redstone Caravan Park on your motorhome and caravan holidays, Kidderminster is just a 20-minute drive away, near which is the West Midland Safari Park, a great day out for all the family. You might also like to visit Worcester – it is about a half hour drive from this site. When in Worcester, see the cathedral and tour the Museum of Royal Worcester.

The magnificent, 19th century Witley Court and Gardens, an English Heritage administered attraction, has large stone fountains that draw the crowds, plus it is just a quarter of an hour from Redstone Caravan Park by car.

South of Worcester you'll discover Great Malvern which nestles within the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit the Malverns and catch breathtaking views around every corner. Follow the 'Miles without stiles' routes, which are promoted tracks and footpaths that criss-cross the area – there are also seven Discovery Walks you can follow, with handy accompanying guides.

Fancy some retail therapy? Visit Birmingham – you could be there in an hour from Redstone Caravan Park if you drive. The stunning new Library of Birmingham is another of the city's attractions, as are Aston Hall, the National Motorcycle Museum and St Martin in the Bull Ring.

Disabled access, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Laundry, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Take away food, Bar, Restaurant


36 Motorhome pitches, 36 Touring pitches, 282 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Games Room, Gym access, Leisure Centre

West Midlands Safari Park (3 Miles) Severn Valley Railway (3 Miles) Shipleys Fair Ground (1/2 Mile) Stourport Steamers Boat Company (1/2 Mile) Stourport Leisure Centre (1/4 Mile)

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Redstone Caravan Park

The Rough
Worcestershire, Central South England
United Kingdom
DY13 0LD
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Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

West Midlands

5.0 stars

Tried this site with the tourer as friends have just purchased a static here. Icant fault it. Arrived Friday teatime, Lin the site manager pointed me in the direction of the tourer section and said just find a spot, pitch up and I will see you tomorrow. It was so easy. The pitches are hard standing with stone chippings each side. There is room for an awning or the car. There is a social club which we visited on the evening. Prices are very competitive and there is bingo most evenings. There are seats outside which are conveniently place to give a perfect view of the play area next door so you can keep an eye on the kids. There is a shop on site with amazing prices. We had a joint of pork for Sunday and it was superb. The toilets and showers are kept very clean. In fact the whole site is very clean and tidy. Ther is a lovely walk from the site into Stourport - around 10 minutes. We are definitely going again. Prices for this Bank holiday weekend were £20 per night to include electric. There are prices for seasonal pitches too..


4.0 stars

the new managers on this park are fantastic everyone is so friendly and helpful, will tell everyone great location, good old fashioned facilities, not too expensive, can't wait to go back we are now buying a static caravan there

west midlands

Note: This review was left while under different management

We had to sell our van back to site because of husbands job we was ripped off badly only got a 3rd of what we paid for it so beware caravaners if you intend to sell your holiday home back to them found the club very clicky people leave glasses on table so no seats avaible and return 2 hrs later and management allow this.

west mids

Note: This review was left while under different management

Lovely, gorgeous setting, shame about the management who were not helpful or friendly unless you belong to their little clique of surrounding caravans.

Unable to get tokens for washing machine as office was usually locked, even during office hours, not pleasant when you are in a tourer. Love Stourport, lots to offer, try a different site next time :/