Campsites in Herefordshire
Discover your ideal caravan or motorhome site in Herefordshire, boasting distinctive market towns and varied landscapes. Herefordshire is a county of unspoilt countryside; the richness of the natural environment forms a backdrop to a more leisurely pace of life, where innovation and inspiration blend with the county's historic rural past.
Attractions in Hereford include Brockhampton Estate, Hereford Cathedral and a museum showcasing the town’s 17th century Black and White house architecture. Hereford Cathedral in particular has a wealth of history that dates back to as early as the 8th century, and is also home to the Mappa Mundi – one of the world’s most interesting medieval treasures – and the Chained Library.
You can also explore Hereford’s historical Cider Museum to learn how apples were milled and pressed in a centuries-old tradition, whereas a tour of Hampton Court Castle’s crenelated walls and gardens – as well as a jaunt through the maze – is a great way to entertain the family.
Outstanding natural beauty
Closest to central Hereford and the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Lucksall Caravan and Camping Park, on the edge of the Wye Valley with touring and camping spaces. The site has immediate access to nature with fishing spots and facilities for all the family.
Set in woodland ideal for cycling and walking is Bromyard Downs Caravan Club Site, located between Hereford and Worcester the site has local transport into town either towns.
Moorhampton Caravan Club Site, with many walking trails to follow, scenic fishing spots and places to canoe. Families may want to visit The Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre for added excitement the whole group will enjoy.
What are the best campsites in Herefordshire?
Most of our campsites in Herefordshire are dotted in different directions around Hereford, so there’s plenty of variety to choose from in a holiday to this area. Staying at Lucksall Caravan and Camping Park will enable riverside walks along the River Wye, while Bromyard Downs Caravan Club Campsite is great for keen cyclists.
Where can I camp with a tent in the Cotswolds?
Which sites are dog-friendly?
All of our UK Club Sites are dog-friendly and better yet, your four-legged friends go free! Find out how we cater for dogs and what to expect when visiting a Club Site with the family pet.
Which campsites are open all year?
Opening times through the year are displayed under each site above, but you can also find out which of our Club Sites across the UK are open all year round if you’re looking for alternatives.