Edgmond Park

Marsh Road, Edgmond, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 8EP

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Edgmond Park is situated on the edge of the small Tranquil Shropshire village of Edgmond. The Parish of Edgmond sits in the north east of the Shropshire countryside, approximately 3 miles from Newport and 12 miles from Telford and the historic town of Wellington. With its proximity to many places of interest.

In the village we have a shop, two pubs, The Lion and The Lamb. There is a post office housed in the village stores in the High Street. All of these amenities help to create a sense of community and provide a place to chat and exchange news.

There is a bus stop at the end of the lane that goes into the small market town of Newport which has lots of quiant shops and an indoor market every Friday, which makes it a perfect day out. The main bus terminal is also situated in the town centre. The rural location is perfect for nature lovers and ideal for walking and biking.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • WC (exclusive use)

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1 acres

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Postcode:
TF10 8EP
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GPS:
Lat 52.786546 / Lon -2.423097
OS field ref:
SJ715210
OS map ref:
127

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Edgmond Park
We were using our caravan for first time and wanted a short stay close to friends. This site was perfect. So peacful and tranquil. Owners were so nice and helpful! We had an medical emergency whilst there which left my partner on her own and they were so supportive kept an eye on her and were so helpful! Really nice site will definatley be visiting again

RMcAsCaravan

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Reviewed on 05/05/2021 20:16

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Lovely quiet and peaceful

Edgmond Park
We stayed for 2 nights. The site owners are really friendly would definitely reccomend this little site. Hard standing pitches with electric or choose the large field.

Nickibird

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Reviewed on 25/07/2020 15:48

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Beautifully basic

Edgmond Park
We used the new Edmond Park CL site for an overnight stop after visiting an event at Harper Adams University. The site was ideally located being just round the corner from the University. The site has a nice wide gate and we were welcomed and given a choice of pitch. The CL is set up on a spacious field away from the park homes area that is being developed. The site has a nice outlook over fields and the three horses in the paddock were very quiet neighbours! Three of the pitches appear quite flat but the pitch we chose was sloping but we had just enough adjustment in the jockey wheel to level the caravan without chocks. There is no electric hook up but we knew that when booking. One water tap and one disposal point is all that is provided and all that is needed for off grid camping - what more can you ask for at the great price of £6 per night. There are two pubs in the nearby village. Although we didn’t use either friends recommended The Lamb for food. Newport is just a couple of mikes away with takeaways, shops, pubs, and a good rural store for Calor gas which I needed when we ran out - my fault for not checking!

MGmick

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Reviewed on 19/09/2018 20:32

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