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14+ Worcestershire Campsites

Campsites in Worcestershire

Worcestershire, in the heart of England, offers a plethora of activities and places to visit. Spend time exploring Worcester and its high street, or head for the hills and enjoy a walking holiday in Malvern, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whether you want to try your hand at watersports on the River Severn or meet the animals at West Midlands Safari Park, our Worcestershire campsites are ideally located for your perfect stay.

Worcestershire camping FAQs

What are the best campsites in Worcestershire?

There are plenty of fantastic Worcestershire campsites to choose from. Our popular Club Sites include:

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What Worcestershire campsites have facilities like showers and toilets?

Our Worcestershire campsite facilities vary depending on where you stay. If you're searching on Siteseeker, select the facilities you want by filtering through them at the top OR scroll down on each campsite to find which facilities are included.

Our Blackmore Club Site in Worcestershire has the following facilities:

  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Parent and baby room
  • Wi-fi
  • Washbasins
  • Dedicated accessible facilities
  • Designated dog walk
  • Dishwashing facilities
  • Ice pack freezing
  • Motorhome service point
  • Storage facilities
  • Recreation hall
  • On-site shop

Our Wolverley Club Site in Worcestershire has the following facilities:

  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Washbasins
  • Parent and baby room
  • Wi-fi
  • Dedicated accessible facilities
  • Designated dog walk
  • Gas cylinders
  • Ice pack freezing
  • Motorhome service point
  • Storage facilities
  • On-site shop
  • Recreation hall
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Which Worcestershire campsites are open all year round?

Our Blackmore Club Site in Worcestershire is open all year round, so you can enjoy all the wonderful things the county has to offer throughout the year. 

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Are there any dog-friendly campsites in Worcestershire?

Yes. Our Blackmore Club Site and Wolverley Club Site both welcome dogs and have designated dog walks, so you can let your canine companion stretch their legs.

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What campsites in Worcestershire have direct access to public transport?

Blackmore Club Site and Wolverley Club Site have direct access to public transport – both of which are just a 5-minute walk away, making it super easy to backpack or explore Worcestershire on foot.

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Are there any family-friendly campsites in Worcestershire?

Yes. Our Blackmore Club Site and Wolverley Club Site are both family-friendly.

At our Wolverley Club Site, you'll find a parent and baby room, a recreation hall and a play area for children. At our Blackmore Club Site, you'll also find a parent and baby room alongside a recreation hall, which is available to campers.

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Is wild camping allowed in Worcestershire?

The rules around wild camping in Worcestershire are quite complex. For more information, check out our wild camping guide.

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What should I bring when camping in Worcestershire?

You don't want to leave anything behind whilst camping in Worcestershire. To make sure you have everything, check out our ultimate camping checklist.

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More about camping in Worcestershire

There are hundreds of reasons why you'll enjoy camping in Worcestershire. Check out our top recommendations for things to do and attractions to visit in the county.

Enjoy Worcestershire’s outdoors

Malvern Hills

No matter what the weather, you're guaranteed to love exploring Worcestershire. Here are some fun outdoor things to do.

Explore the Malvern Hills

Situated less than 20 minutes away from our Blackmore Club Site, Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is perfect for those who enjoy walking or cycling. The hills have been described as a mini-mountain range containing some of the oldest rocks in Britain– some 600 million years old.

Whilst there, you can enjoy horse riding, fishing, rock climbing, hang gliding, paragliding, or flying model aeroplanes. For more information on the fun activities you can do here, as well as what licences you'll need, click here.

Discover the River Severn

While camping in Worcestershire, you can visit the second-largest river in Britain, the River Severn. Enjoy the views of the river in the ancient city of Worcester, or take in the water from a canoe or kayak.

Visit Worcestershire’s market towns

Evesham is a market town equidistant between Worcester, Cheltenham, and Stratford-upon-Avon. The town sits within a loop of the River Avon, which flows through the Vale of Evesham. The Vale is known for fruit growing due to its unusually fertile soil, making it one of the country's most well-known production centres for fruit and vegetables. Today, visitors can join the fun and games at the annual asparagus and plum festivals!

Discover Worcestershire’s rich history

Worcester Cathedral

With part of the industrial West Midlands within its boundaries, Worcestershire has plenty of historical attractions.

Worcester Cathedral

Worcester Cathedral majestically overlooks the River Severn. Today, you can visit the cathedral, which was initially founded in 680 AD, and take a tour of the striking interior or climb to the top of the tower for views across Worcester and beyond. The medieval library is packed with relics and artefacts and even holds King John's Will.

Croome Panorama Tower

Grab your camera and climb up the spiral staircase of Croome Panorama Tower for 360-degree views across Worcester and the surrounding areas. The tower has open days throughout the year, where the public can see breathtaking views and quickly realise why James Wyatt chose this location to build the tower.

Croome Court

Just a 5-minute drive away from Croome Panorama Tower is Croome Court. Once home to the Earls of Coventry, this court is now owned by the National Trust and open to the public. Walk through the stunning gardens or take a moment to explore the estate and its many rooms.

Elgar Route

Sir Edward Elgar, the renowned composer of Pomp and Circumstance, lived in and around Malvern, and the area's beauty inspired his music. Today, visitors flock to Malvern to follow the Elgar Route and the Elgar Trail, taking in places like his birthplace (now a museum), the music shop his father owned, and the various places he taught and resided in later.

Beacon Hill Toposcope

In the north of Worcestershire, you'll find the Toposcope Fort on Beacon Hill. The beacon on Toposcope Fort was part of an extensive network of similar lights to warn neighbouring areas that an invasion had taken place. Beacon Hill is said to have inspired J.R.R. Tolkien's idea for the Beacons of Gondor.

Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower is around a 40-minute drive from our Blackmore Club Site and sits within a 50-acre estate of parkland. Climb to the top of the tower for magical views after encountering the red deer herd, free of charge. Underground, take a 45-minute tour of the estate's nuclear bunker, a relic of the Cold War and insight into how the country was planning to survive.

Spetchley Gardens

Explore the 4,500-acre estate that has been the Berkeley family home for over 400 years. From viewing beautiful wildlife to strolling through gardens and learning about the house's history, the Spetchley Park Estate makes for a great day out. Depending on the time of year you go camping in Worcestershire, you'll find many fun and creative events at the estate.

Hanbury Hall

In the heart of Worcestershire, you'll find the National Trust owned property and land, Hanbury Hall. The country retreat offers a glimpse into life as the 18th century drew to an end.

If you love exploring the outdoors and going for a stroll, the magnificent gardens and parkland are worth the adventure. You'll see beautiful wildlife as well as uncover historical avenues and the remains of an ancient forest.

The Commandery

Watch as the history of Worcestershire is brought to life at The Commandery. Sitting in the heart of Worcester, The Commandery is famous for being the royalist headquarters during the Battle of Worcester 1651. Visitors can see weapons, read historic displays and explore the walled gardens.

Witley Court and Gardens

Uncover a lost world at the Witley Court and Gardens. You'll have a great time exploring the country house and its surrounding area with dramatic ruins, stunning gardens, outstanding woodlands, and beautiful wildlife. There's also plenty to do for children, including a play area with a tree house, bridge and outdoor musical instruments.

Things to do with kids in Worcestershire

Child stroking giraffe at Safari Park

These fun, family-friendly activities keep the whole family entertained on your Worcestershire camping trip.

West Midlands Safari Park

Head to West Midlands Safari Park for roarsome fun and plenty of adventure. The drive-through safari gets you close to lions, zebras, tigers, rhinos and many more animals. The Adventure Theme Park has rides for all ages, from the Congo Carousel to the Pirate Ship. Make sure you visit the Ice Age and Land of the Living Dinosaurs on your travels; you never know who or what you might bump into.

Black Country Living Museum

The Black Country Living Museum is just 30 minutes away from our Wolverley Club Site by car and offers insights into what life was like in Britain's very first industrialised landscape. From costumed characters to traditional shops, an underground mine and a rustic fairground, there's something to keep everyone entertained.

Severn Valley Railway

Severn Valley Railway has been one of Britain's most popular tourist attractions for over 50 years. Board one of the steam trains and ride along the track between Kidderminster and Shropshire. Stop off at the Engine House to learn about the history of Britain's railways and see interactive exhibitions the whole family will love. Depending on the time of year you camp in Worcestershire, you can book a trip on the ghost train, Santa Express or participate in a murder mystery.

The Great Worcester Maize Maze

With the Malvern Hills as a backdrop, The Great Worcester Maize Maze is a fun day out. Explore the maze, see who can find their way out fastest and enjoy fantastic views of the Malvern Hills as you go.

Regal Cinema

Whether you enjoy live drama, opera, an indie film or a classic blockbuster movie, the Regal Cinema has a diverse range of entertainment suitable for the whole family.

The Regal Cinema is more than your average cinema. Not only does the daytime coffee shop transform into a wine bar at night, but visitors can also select various seats to get a unique cinema experience. For example, you can have your average comfy chairs or enjoy watching your movie at a candlelit table. You can also snuggle up on the 'double love seats' or, if you're feeling extra fancy, book one of four Royal Boxes and enjoy refreshments from any bar throughout your visit.

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