Camping In Herefordshire

If it’s the great outdoors you’re seeking, then head to our scenic county for campsites & holiday parks offering camping in Herefordshire. A tent is your cheap ticket to wild beauty spots, rivers, lakes, walking, hiking, wildlife and stargazing on tap.

Pitch Up The Tent And Find Nearby Campsites

Head for the hills! Whether it’s hiking, canoeing or simply touring in your car, there’s no place better for camping in Herefordshire. What could be better than a day filled with exploring the woods, an evening of good conversation (and ghost stories!) surrounded by loved ones around a campfire, and a night of sleeping in a tent beneath a pitch-black sky filled with bright stars?

The great British camping trip is seeing a revival, with campsites springing up across Herefordshire giving you plenty of options to suit your needs and budget.

Spend your days exploring the local countryside, stop off at a cosy country gastro pub, enjoy brunch at nearby restaurants that will excite your taste buds or even visit some of our world-famous cider routes to try the local tipple. You can always try one of our suggested top attractions and things to do in Herefordshire, there is always plenty to do.

If you fancy more of that local tipple, then why not check out our best picks for wine tasting in Herefordshire.

Whether you’re after a more up-scale glamping adventure, or you want the true camping in Herefordshire experience with all the traditional trimmings, pitch up and relax in some of the county’s most spectacular rural settings.

If you want to combine sleeping under the stars with romance, then why don’t you check out our best glamping retreats that are a perfect romantic getaway.

River Wye Camping is situated on the banks of the River Wye. Perfect for camping near Ross On Wye and Symonds Yat.

A great setting for you to pitch your tent and take in the incredible views and nature during the day and the epic stars at night.

There are breath taking riverside grass pitches for small to large tents and trailer tents. This offers some great camping in Ross on Wye.
 
Also, an added bonus is that there are plenty of homely pubs serving fine ales and delicious food within walking distance. One of our favourite spots whilst we were camping in Herefordshire.

Rowlestone Court is a family farm caravan and camping site nestled in the Welsh Black Mountains, boasting beautiful views of the British landscape.

Ideal for individual families as well as larger groups, events and reunions! They’ve hosted them all! They offer family-sized showers and toilets aswell as beiing a dog friendly campsite, so why not bring the pooch.

Hereford Camping and Caravanning is a multi award-winning Hereford campsite. Let your adventure begin here with the Malvern Hills and Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean all within striking distance of this popular campsite.

Get those golfing shoes on and enjoy a spot of golf in Herefordshire with an 18 hole golf course and driving range complete with cafe and bar, located 2 miles from the site. And that’s not all, experience glamping in Herefordshire.

Lucksall Caravan and Camping Park is one of the best 5 Star Rural Holiday Parks in the UK. A family run business set in 21 acres of immaculately kept level grassland, bordered one side by the River Wye and the other with 200 acres of woodland.

Perfect for camping in Herefordshire and for those who are searching for a taste of nature, freedom, peace and quiet. Enjoy walking, fishing, stand up paddle boardingcanoeing and kayaking and exploring all that Hereford camping has to offer.

Stay, relax and even fish at their working family farm in beautiful South Herefordshire countryside. They have two coarse fishing lakes, a camping site and family friendly holiday accommodation.

The camp site overlooks the lakes and is less than a minutes’ walk from the water bank.

The toilet and shower block is modern, heated throughout the year and has disabled facilities. Children and dogs are welcomed but access to the lakes is limited to fishermen in the day.

Ideally situated to explore the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and for great camping in Herefordshire. From stunning scenery, historic castles, canoeing, cider tasting, quaint towns, peregrine falcon spotting and numerous outdoor activities to suit all ages.

Sterretts Caravan Park, has been carefully developed over many years and is set in the beautiful Wye Valley at Symonds Yat West, Herefordshire. Enjoy the fresh air and the panoramic views of the countryside that surround the camping park.

Spend time trailing along the forest paths, cycling routes and many idyllic picnic areas!

Tents and camping are provided for in a separate area with electric hook-ups available, together with a newly fitted shower/toilet block with a disabled toilet, and hairdryer. A launderette and ironing facilities are also available.

Campers will enjoy a comfortable, tranquil and rural setting to pitch up their tents, the campsite is ideal for families.

Great spot for camping in Herefordshire because the camping park features a recreation area and fishing, plus canoeing, golf courses, rock climbing, and mountain biking are all available locally.

Hard standing pitches are also available for caravans, motorhomes & campervans.

This offers some great camping in Ross on Wye.

The Woodside Country Park has a family friendly camping site with plenty of space for children to enjoy with outstanding views over the open countryside. It  is an ideal Summer holiday for those seeking the outdoors and sleeping under canvas in tents

There is a wide range of family friendly accommodation to suit all budgets, providing a popular camping ground for relaxing holidays, short breaks and family or friends reunions.

Hard standing pitches are also available for caravans, motorhomes & campervans.

Award-winning Poston Mill Park is a relaxing getaway destination for Hereford camping. You will find individual luxury heated washing and showering cubicles, a heated indoor laundry room, dishwashing facility and dog wash/drying area. Spacious electric camping pitches are available.

Hard standing pitches are also available for caravans, motorhomes & campervans.

Located between Hereford and Hay-On-Wye, Byecross Farm Campsite is situated alongside the River Wye, allowing easy access to the river for all campers.

They have camping pitches in their Old Apple Orchard or the Camping Field, both providing a relaxing and spacious Summer holiday or short break.

They offer great onsite facilities include a toilet and shower block, with a small shop selling a few essentials and local beverages.

They have Hereford Kayak And Canoe on site offering a wide range of activities on the River Wye including stand up paddle boarding.

The Trumpet Inn has its very own campsite! They offer camping near Ledbury which is open all year round with competitive prices and top facilities including electrical hook up.

Situated right next to the pub, with a spacious car park, it’s a great place to base yourself while you see what Herefordshire has to offer.

During the Summer, you will be able to join them at their events.

Haywood Farm, occupies approximately 7 acres of parkland and is set next to woodland. It is a family run camping site near Ross-on-Wye. This campsite is suitable for families, friends, couples, individuals and it is a pet friendly campsite.

A spacious, scenic setting with a small pond and lots of onsite activities including a children’s play area with climbing frames and swings, a small football pitch, and games room with table tennis.

Burhope Farm Campsite is an idyllic campsite near Hereford. Escape the stress and strain of everyday life in the peaceful countryside.

The camping site is nestled in the countryside of the beautiful Wye Valley, near the Welsh border. With the River Wye, Black Mountains, Forest of Dean and Abergavenny nearby, there’s no shortage of things to see and do.

It offers affordable camping pitches for all budgets, with seasonal pitches also available for a discount.

Ashbrook Campsite is a family run campsite in Hay On Wye. It is an ideal base for touring Mid Wales, cycling, trekking, fishing, canoeing, golfing, walking or just relaxing and taking in the fresh air.

Enjoy the charms of Hay-on-Wye (only a short walk away) the secondhand book capital of the world and the wide variety of shops, galleries and relaxing places to wine and dine.

A Hereford camping site that is friendly and immaculately maintained. It is for adult only camping and is open all year round. There is a network of roads directly opposite the campsite which are ideal for cycle rides.

Perfect for family camping in Ross On Wye which is pet friendly. They accommodate tents, trailer tents, camper vans and motorhomes (up to 23ft long). They have hard standing and grass pitches with electric hook up.

Set in the most stunning landscape, in the picturesque River Wye Valley, on the banks of the Garron Brook. Catering for tents, motorhomes and caravans, with electric hook ups, toilets, showers & washing up facilities.

It is a dog friendly, clean, family run campsite who will ensure you have the Summer holiday you deserve.

This Leominster campsite is a quiet and peaceful place to stay for a Summer break and within a short drive to nearby Herefordshire towns. There are plenty of activities to keep the young ones entertained such as the play fort and play area, farm tours, calf feeding, egg collecting and numerous walks through beautiful countryside.

This simple Leominster campsite is a registered Camping and Caravan Site. It provides space, peace and the delights of a rural location. There is a shower, washbasin, toilet and compost toilet.

The campsite is open all year round subject to the weather and dogs are allowed if they are well behaved and kept on a lead at all times.

Adjacent to the camping field is a smaller area for campervans and caravans.

A 6.5 acre campsite near Hay-on-Wye, they grow apples, plums, greengages and quince. There are honey bees in the bee garden & hens everywhere.

Camping at Whitney Bridge is special. Sleep alongside kingfishers, otters and leaping salmon on the banks of the River Wye, which has space for 12 tents.

Most of the camping pitches have their own fire pits/BBQ and picnic table. So, whether you come by car or canoe, relax, pitch your tent, light the fire and cook your supper under the stars, to the sounds of the river.

For those who want to get away from it all for a few days, they offer an inclusive Canoe with Camping or Glamping Experience Package.

Hereford Rowing Club is ideally situated as a campsite, being only a very short walk from the centre of Hereford and all the amenities you would expect from supermarkets to restaurants yet is still in a very rural setting.

They are located on the banks of the River Wye making this an ideal spot for canoeists to camp over night or just as a starting or finishing point for your journey.

Ross Rowing Club Campsite provides the perfect setting for camping near Ross On Wye. They have two designated camping areas within a 12 acre campsite, and are happy to accommodate RVs, mobilehomes, camper vans and caravans.

Their campsite is located within one minute walk of the pub! They have a camping field by the river with the usual, clean facilities. There are lots of local walks and cycling routes.

Situated on the edge of the Black and White village of Pembridge, in the heart of the North Herefordshire. Located alongside the River Arrow, nestled in an idyllic spot to rest, relax and watch the world go by.

The campsite offers 15 grass pitches for tents with electric hook-up.

Many campsites that welcome dogs often have added extras, such as an exercise area, a dog shower, and dog-friendly attractions nearby, meaning your pet feels just as welcome on holiday as you do.