Head for the hills! Whether it’s hiking, cycling, stand up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking experiences, fishing, golfing, 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?
Herefordshire is ideally situated to explore the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and for great camping in Herefordshire or caravanning. From stunning scenery, historic castles, quaint towns, peregrine falcon spotting and numerous outdoor activities to suit all ages.
The great British is seeing a revival, with campsites springing up across Herefordshire giving you plenty of options to suit your needs and budget during your Summer holiday or short break in Herefordshire. 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.
Spend your days exploring the local countryside, stop off at a cosy country gastro pub, enjoy brunch at nearby restaurants using food and drink from local producers 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 foodie events 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.