Camping & Caravanning In Herefordshire

Set in rolling hills, apple orchards and rustic farmland, camping & caravanning gives you a true taste of Herefordshire.

6 Camping & Caravanning Places To Sleep Under The Stars

The great British camping, caravanning and glamping trip is seeing something of a revival of late, with a number of sites springing up across the region giving you plenty of options to suit your needs and budget.

Providing a really affordable alternative to hotel stays, and giving you the flexibility to explore at your own pace and timetable, this is a great option if you wish to immerse yourselves in Herefordshire’s stunning scenery and revel in the opportunity to sleep under the stars.

Spend your days exploring the local countryside, stop off at a cosy country pub, some 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 14 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 4 best picks for wine tasting in Herefordshire and book yourselves in now.

Whether you’re after a more up-scale glamping adventure, or you want the true camping 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 8 best glamping retreats that are a perfect romantic getaway.

River Wye Camping is situated on the banks of the River Wye at Symonds Yat West between the historic town of Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire and the traditional country town of Monmouth.

Perfect setting for you to pitch up and take in the incredible views and nature during the day and the epic stars at night.

Also, an added bonus is that there are plenty of homely pubs serving fine ales and delicious food within walking distance.

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

Rowlestone is ideal for individual families as well as larger events and reunions! They’ve hosted them all!

Dogs also welcome, which is everything. If you’re keen to holiday with your furry friends, then why not look at our 16 of the best dog friendly accommodations in Herefordshire and never settle for breaks without your best friend.

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 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 all who are searching for a taste of nature, freedom, peace and quiet. Enjoy walking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking and exploring all that Herefordshire has to offer whilst camping or caravanning in Herefordshire.

Byecross Farm is located in the idyllic Golden Valley where you’ll be camping in two old apple orchards next to the River Wye.

If you’re looking for slightly more comfort, then why not camp out in one of their impressive yurts that are candle lit, warm and cosy!

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 park.

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