Campsites in Worcestershire
Throughout every season, Worcestershire is the perfect destination; a stunning county located in the heart of England. Worcester is the county town, offering a plethora of high street and independent shops, restaurants and coffee houses. Camping in Worcestershire is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
Perfectly situated for enjoying views of the Malvern Hills all year round walking or visiting historic local town and villages, this beautiful, well maintained and popular site has won numerous awards and welcomes campers back year after year. Fly fishing is available just three miles from the site, while coarse fishing can be enjoyed a little further away.
Relax in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside and take some time to explore the local canal; a true walkers and cyclists paradise. Wolverley is a very pretty village with a local shop and a character pub with a real olde world feel. Located a few miles to the north west of Kidderminster, Wolverley lies on the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal. Take time to explore the local area and visit the nearby picturesque riverside town of Bewdley with an abundance of independent shops and eateries.
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The Malvern Hills are situated a few miles south of Worcester in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Running north/south for around 8 miles, the hills have been described as a mini mountain range, containing some of the oldest rocks in Britain; some 600 million years old.
Sir Edward Elgar, renowned composer of Pomp and Circumstance, lived in and around Malvern and his music was inspired by the beauty of the area. Today visitors flock to Malvern to follow the Elgar Route and the Elgar Trail, taking in such places as his birthplace (now a museum), the music shop that his father owned, and the various places he taught and resided later in his life.
Evesham is a market town equidistant between Worcester, Cheltenham, and Stratford-upon-Avon. The town was built 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 in the fun and games at the annual asparagus and plum festivals!
All campsites in Worcestershire offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach and no visit to Worcestershire would be complete without visiting Spetchley Gardens and the Severn Valley Railway. Whatever the season, camping in Worcestershire is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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