Surrounding Shrewsbury there are a number of touring caravan parks and campsites, we also have a few glamping sites as well as pods, log cabins, shepherd's huts and converted carriages. Many of Shrewsbury's caravan and camp sites have all the facilities you would expect, others are less formal and offer more of a back to nature experience.
Lower Hill Farm is a family business nestling amongst the woods at the foot of Wenlock Edge. The site has panoramic views, from the Long Mynd to the Wrekin.
Tel: 01746 785292
Bicton House Camping & Caravanning is located on a family-run working farm in the heart of beautiful Shropshire, three miles outside of the historic town of Shrewsbury and within easy acces of the wonderful Welsh border.
Tel: 01743 850054
Web: Visit Website
Bank Farm Caravan Park is situated at the gateway to Wales on the A458 between the villages of Trewern and Middletown at the foot of the Breidden Hills. Prices from £13-£16 per night for touring/camping and £25-£35 per night for holiday home hire.
Tel: 01938 570526
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