Treehouses near Cheltenham

Ancient woodlands, historic trails, and palatial wonders are just some camping gems near Cheltenham.

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Treehouses near Cheltenham guide


Cheltenham, a charming Spa town in Gloucestershire, serves as a gateway to diverse camping adventures. Delve into the Forest of Dean, where hikes to old mine shafts meander through whispering trees. Find both secluded forest camping pods and more primitive camping sites along the edge of the forest. Or, ramble along Cotswold Way, which winds through picturesque villages and sweeping landscapes. Camping options dot the route, from rustic tent pitches to campsites equipped for caravans. Don’t forget to bask in the grandeur of Blenheim Palace, where history merges with vast parklands. A short distance away are holiday parks set against the backdrop of this baroque masterpiece that provide various amenities.

Where to go

Forest of Dean

Visit the Forest of Dean for a realm of verdant greenery and ancient trees. Delight in the wooded Family Cycle Trail to discover old mine shafts and ironworks hidden amongst the trees. Venture to Symonds Yat Rock to see views of River Wye or look out for wildlife at Cannop Ponds. Campers can pitch a tent on private lands along the edge of the forest, park the motorhome in pitches with electric hookups and toilets, or glamp in an insulated wooden camping pod nestled among the pine trees.

The Cotswold Way

This iconic trail showcases the best of the English countryside, with sweeping views of quaint villages and historic landmarks. For campers, it’s not just about hiking; it's also about taking in the tranquil beauty of the Cotswolds. Hike along parts of the trail to see Broadway Tower or Belas Knap Long Barrow on Cleeve Hill. Then, pitch a tent, park the caravan, or settle into a cabin under the stars in the many campsites dotted along or near the route. Many of these pitches also offer amenities like clean toilets, potable water, and picnic areas.

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace’s vast grounds provide a picturesque setting for campers visiting the area. Beyond touring the baroque masterpiece used in the Netflix show Queen Charlotte and birth room of Sir Winston Churchill, the surrounding parklands are also a treat. With vast lakes, ancient trees, and the iconic Grand Bridge, it's a backdrop like no other for picnics and relaxation. Nearby, campers will find grounds offering tent and caravan pitches with facilities ranging from basic sites to those with electric hookups, toilets, showers, and free wifi. There’s also an on-site lodge available.

When to go

Summer in Cheltenham sees temperatures between 15–25°C, ideal for hiking and camping. Autumn brings vibrant foliage in the forests ideal for hiking and exploration. Winter can be cold, with occasional snowfall, with temperatures dropping down to 5°C. Spring brings milder temperatures with an average of 12°C, which is a nice time for outdoor hikes and exploration.

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