Camping is a popular cheap holiday option. For the inexperienced campers or those that want more luxury, there are many glamping sites throughout the shire. For those that need to get kit while staying in Gloucestershire, there are many outdoor shops.
Campsites In Gloucestershire
Some more popular campsites in the county for a short weekend away or a longer camping holiday.
Cranham Scout Centre
A 16-acre centre set in a picturesque Cotswold valley with indoor accommodation, camping and activities. Open to a range of organisations, schools and businesses. http://www.scoutcentre.org.uk
Briarfields Near Cheltenham
Briarfields is a small family-owned, Adults Only Camping Site. The site is open all year round and located just 2 miles from Cheltenham. Enjoy a stay on their level and sheltered grassy camping field in the middle of the park for tents.
The camping area is near to heated washrooms & laundry which are spotlessly clean. www.briarfields.net
Carp Farm Campsite in The Cotswolds
The Carp Farm Campsite is located only a ten-minute walk from Bourton-on-the-Water in the Cotswolds. This is a dog-friendly adults only site due to it being on the edge of the lake. They describe the site as lovely and peaceful with lakeside pitches.
The pitches have electricity hookups so great for keeping laptops, phones and cameras charged while you are away for campers. They have a toilet block with 4 toilets and a shower for guests to use.
The site has lots of walks, including the neighbouring nature reserve and the 16 acres of countryside on the farm. Also, it is a pretty easy to stroll into the pretty village of Bourton-on-the-Water and enjoy the delights on offer there.
The Red Lion Inn
The Red Lion Inn on the banks of the River Severn have a campsite near to the pub. The site has all the amenities including toilets, electric and showers. For keen anglers, you can buy a ticket to go fishing on the river a short walk from the pub. More info…
Camping For Free in Gloucestershire
Many walkers and explorers like to set up camp in the wilderness of rural Gloucestershire, rather than being restricted by using paid for sites. This section includes details of where you can definitely stay for free and details of your legal position when choosing to camp in the wilderness. (This website only refers you to 3rd party sites that offer a legal position on camping and accepts no responsibility if you get in a bit of trouble).
There are many articles about camping on public land and the law. A business Link Article About Rights of public access and camping on common land says. View >>
If you are holidaying or touring the county with your caravan or camper van, the ideal situation is to pitch at a nice caravan site with facilities. There are many and most in outstanding locations throughout The Cotswolds and in the Wye Valley.
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