Camping In Gloucestershire

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

Pitch Up The Tent At A Campsite Near Me

Head for the hills! Whether it’s hiking, canoeing or simply touring in your car, there’s no place better for camping in Gloucestershire. 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 Britsh camping trip is seeing a revival, with campsites springing up across Gloucestershire 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 for a spot of lunch. Whether you’re after a more up-scale glamping adventure, or you want the true camping in Gloucestershire experience with all the traditional trimmings, pitch up and relax in some of the county’s most spectacular rural settings.

From all corners of the camping field there are wonderful views of the Malverns, Cotswold Hills, Cleeve Hill and Bredon Hill. Elmwicke believe that camping should be fun, so camp fires and barbecues are allowed!

The campsite is a 7 acre field where you are able pitch where you like which is great whether you are on your own or booking as a group as you can be by your friends. Camping in Gloucestershire with acres of space for games of cricket, rugby, football and flying kites. They also love taking guests on a tractor/trailer ride around the fields to visit all the animals. 

Wolford Wood Cabins and Camping is set in 200 acres of beautiful woodland and wild pasture. It has camping pitches and cabin accommodation. The site is quiet and peaceful, full of natural beauty and is the perfect place to connect with nature and spend a relaxing holiday.

Families, couples and small groups are welcome for a camping or cabin break in The Cotswolds.

Briarfields is a small family owned Adults Only (18yrs+) motel and touring caravan and camping site. The park is open all year round; located just 2 miles from Regency Cheltenham Spa and 6 miles from historic Gloucester with an excellent bus service to both. Camping pitches are grass with parking next to your tent.

They have well equipped heated washrooms which is centrally located in the middle of the camping park.

Croft Farm Water Park is situated close to Tewkesbury making it ideal as a centre for exploring the Cotswolds, Malvern Hills, Bredon Hill and the Forest of Dean. An established 4-star camping site with the focal point of the park being the water sports lake; whether taking part or simply observing the ever-changing scene.

The campsite is a central location with a relaxed atmosphere, welcoming guests of all ages; individuals, families and groups can enjoy all this unique site has to offer. The majority of the site is wheelchair and buggy friendly with ramped access to the clubhouse and several disabled facilities.

The camping park has a mixture of grass and hard standing pitches for tents. There are designated pitches served with a 10amp power supply and a couple of less formal areas ideal for group bookings.

Greenacres is a small family-run campsite. The nature of the site is laid-back and relaxed and they expect that all of our visitors behave considerately to other campers, to ensure everyone has a wonderful camping experience. After all you’re on holiday so you want to have a great time!

The campsite is located a stone’s throw from the iconic Symonds Yat and River Wye attractions, and on the edge of the main forest, so you will never be short of fun things to do. The local area is well served with shops, pubs, restaurants, attractions and activities for all ages.

The campsite has 17 hard-standing pitches and 23 grass pitches all with electric hook-up. Not only are campers welcome with tents they are also open for campervans, motorhomes and caravans, but recommend that the larger ones pitch on the hard-standing areas.

You will find this pretty campsite in the heart of the Cotswolds. Its location near the village of Alderton makes this campsite the perfect base for exploring the area’s pretty honey-colour limestone towns and villages.

It’s great walking country with the Winchcombe way, a 42-mile, figure-of-eight trail which runs adjacent to the campsiteWinchcombe is a charming, quiet little campsite with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. Bag yourself a pool-side tent pitch and enjoy a prime fishing spot. The site has excellent toilet and shower facilities, a games room and dog walk.

The attractive town of Winchcombe is a short drive from the campsite. It has Walkers are Welcome status and a tempting variety of top restaurants, pubs and tea shops. Further afield is Cheltenham with its elegant Regency houses, award-wining gardens and stylish shops.

Roll out of your sleeping bag, take in the fresh country air and listen for the sizzle of breakfast on the go. There’s nothing more invigorating than an early morning stroll down quiet country lanes, with the sounds of the countryside waking up around you; the birdsong in the hedgerows and newborn lambs calling to Mum.

And after a full animal feeding frenzy in the Farm Park, settle down in the campsite and watch the fiery sun set over the Windrush Valley.

A friendly peaceful camping site in the beautiful and tranquil Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. This family run campsite has excellent facilities and is very close to the many different amenities you may need to make your stay perfect. All the pitches have electric hook ups as well as tv points.

A heated toilet and shower block is within easy access of all 43 pitches. They also have an on site shop stocking local produce.

Forest Oak Farm, near Lydney in Gloucestershire, is a family run estate specialising in holiday, training and event hire. Opened in 2012 and set out over twenty acres of fields, lakes and woodland with many mature trees; the Farm is a spacious, welcoming haven for dog friendly holidays and events as well as a family home and wedding venue.

There are wonderful rural walks, sights and attractions right on the doorstep in the Forest of Dean and on the shores of the River Severn! It’s terrific forest walks, cycle tracks, lakes and secluded valleys are all managed by the Forestry Commission. They are within easy reach of many towns and villages like Coleford, Cinderford, Lydney, Tintern, St Briavels, Soudley, Newent, Chepstow, Ross-on-Wye, Mitcheldean, Monmouth and Gloucester itself. Symonds Yat is just fifteen miles away with its canoeing, kayaking and other outdoor activities.

An independently owned five star camping site situated on five acres of well-maintained grounds and pitches. With flat pastures, beautiful views and luxurious facilities, you can be assured of a relaxing break in the heart of the Forest of Dean in rural west Gloucestershire.

With beautiful scenery and plenty of activities for the whole family the Forest of Dean is sure not to disappoint. From canoeing down the River Wye to flying along a zip wire at Go Ape there is an activity for everyone.

The campsite is situated in Newent with picturesque surroundings and unrivalled panoramic views over the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside. It is really close to the Forest of Dean. With Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Malvern, Cheltenham, Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth, and a stone’s throw from Wales and the Cotswold’s are just around the corner.

​This campsite offers first class camping, with fabulous, immaculately kept facilities, which include both male and female toilets, shower rooms and a family bathroom. A fully-equipped kitchen and chemical disposal point. Its well maintained by its family owners, you are always assured a very warm welcome to this four star campsite.

Families, friends, couples, individuals, pets and small organised groups are all welcome.This campsite is an excellent place to stay, relax and enjoy the countryside. Cook on the fire pit or on the hotplate.

Tudor Camping Park is one of the best located campsites in the Cotswolds with the beautiful Gloucester-Sharpness ship canal location and pub & restaurant on-site. A quiet country site, and a Visit England 4 Star and AA 4 Pennant Graded Park. They accept caravans, tents, motorhomes, campervans and RVs all year round.

Good fishing and easy cycling along the canal towpath. Walkers can enjoy not only the canal but also the Severn Way which runs alongside the park or the  Cotswold Way is only 5 miles away.

This campsite is located in the pretty village of Awre, 1.5 miles off the A48 Gloucester to Chepstow road, which serves the very popular tourist destinations of the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean.

Situated on the Severn Estuary, the camping site is ideal for couples and families seeking a comfortable holiday, at a quality site, in a rural location. They have sixteen grass pitches with electric hook-up, some with hard standing and fully serviced, suitable for caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents.

Purpose built toilet and shower block, with free showers, open 24 hours a day with outdoor undercover dishwashing facilities. Disabled toilet and shower room.

The campsite has three distinct areas, all very popular for different reasons. They don’t have any allotted pitches, but the camping pastures and fields are very large and they restrict numbers so you will definitely be able to have your own space and camp as a group if able to. You will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of space you have!

Campfires are permitted. Firewood is usually delivered in the late afternoon, but this may not be the case midweek – it’s best to check at the reception if you are unsure. Whatever holiday you take this year you will the best camping in Gloucestershire, perfect for UK staycations.