4 Grass No Electric
Traditional grass pitches with no electricity. Assistance with pitching is available. All pitches lead onto compacted gravel roads which are used by both vehicles and pedestrians.
20 Grass & Electric
Traditional grass pitches. Assistance with pitching is available. All pitches lead onto compacted gravel roads which are used by both vehicles and pedestrians.
40 Hard Standing & Electric
Hard standing pitches. Assistance with pitching is available. All pitches lead onto compacted gravel roads which are used by both vehicles and pedestrians.
Where Shropshire meets Wales
Enjoy our peaceful, family run site set in the rolling pasturelands of Shropshire providing you with an excellent base from which to explore the area by car, foot, cycle or public transport.
Free WiFi is available at this site – See below for more details.
The north loop of the Shropshire Way covering 297 miles of stunning countryside with extensive views of hills and plains was completed in 2013 and passes within one mile of the site. Walkers and cyclists can also enjoy way-marked trails in Nesscliffe County Park.
There are two World Heritage Sites within easy reach; Ironbridge Gorge and Pontcysylite Aqueduct and you can visit the stunning Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfalls, four National Trust properties and five Heritage Railways.
Nearby attractions with something for all the family include Park Hall Countryside Experience, Whittington Castle, Action Scott, Wroxeter, Lake Vyrnwy, Ellesmere and RAF Museum, Cosford.
Food, Flower, Music, Walking & Literary Festivals take place throughout the year at Oswestry, Shrewsbury & Llangollen.
Our new social room “The Barn” was built in 2013 and regular events are held throughout the year including the Site Birthday Party in August and New Year celebrations, Bingo, Quiz and Games Nights.
Wifi is available at this site. However please note the service is supplied by a different provider therefore your Site WiFi card (powered by WiComs) cannot be used. Please contact the site direct for more information.
Access and SatNav Advice
Arriva Bus Services have rerouted their No 70 service to stop outside the gates at Oswestry. It offers the most direct route to Shrewsbury passing through Nesscliffe and Montford Bridge. Towards Oswestry the route takes in Wast Felton and Whittington.
Local dry-cured bacon, sausages, eggs, milk. jams and ice cream are available on site. Oswestry has a farmers market on the last Friday on the month and Shrewsbury on the first Friday. Campers can enjoy a 10% discount at The Old Three Pigeons, Nesscliffe.