Caravan parks with wheelchair access in Wyre Forest

Campers can hit one of England’s most ecologically important forests via hike, horseback, or kayak.

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12 top wheelchair-accessible caravan sites in Wyre Forest

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Abbey Home Farm

21 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1600 acres · Cirencester, Gloucestershire, South West England
Eco-camping for real. Cooking on an open fire. Unspoilt natural beauty.
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Great Haywood Canalside Campsite

8 units · Tents4 acres · Staffordshire, West Midlands
The simplest of canalside campsites with narrowboats chugging past and an award-winning farm shop over the road
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Tackeroo Campsite

70 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Staffordshire, West Midlands
Basic pitches (without toilet facilities) in Forestry Commission-owned woods beside a renowned mountain biking trail
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Elmwicke Camping

50 units · Motorhomes, Tents7 acres · Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, South West England
Family camping on a Severn Valley farm, with campfires to enjoy, animals to meet and tractor-and-trailer rides
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Bwch Yn Uchaf

20 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Bala, Wales
Narrow-gauge steam railway station, countryside views, gorgeous riverside setting. What's not to love?!
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Out To Grass, Camping, Glamping

162 units · Motorhomes, Tents400 acres · Worcester, Worcestershire, West Midlands
We are closed for the 2024 season. We look forward to welcoming you in Spring 2025 - bookings starting in April 2025! Nestled in a quiet spot, a few miles from Bromyard and just minutes away from the breathtaking scenery of the Malvern Hills, Out to Grass is a stunning rural campsite surrounded by lush greenery nestled between Herefordshire and Worcestershire. OTG is a dog friendly site and welcomes tents and vans in a choice of 'family camping' or 'lively' fields. There are also beautiful glamping pods available and a wood fired outdoor hot tub for those craving a spot of luxury The enthusiastic OTG crew provide a warm welcome on arrival and are always happy to help where they can. The site boasts spotless facillities with hot showers and flushing toilets. OTG have received a gold award from Green Tourism for their eco and environental work Pitches are on grass with optional electric or you can forget the tent pegs and stay in one of the lovely glamping pods, equipped with bedding, electric sockets and cooking appliances. The site has an onsite bar and caterers selling fresh coffee, smoothies and hot food. There is Family Friendly music playing most weekends (and also some adult only late night camping weekends available to book). There is a communal covered fire pit with comfy sofas perfect for sitting around chatting and toasting marsh mellows. The site is also blessed with a beautiful open sky for stargazing on new moons. There are some lovely country walks accessible directly from the campsite Most weekends there will be workshops and activities on offer, as well as well-being services such as massages and morning yoga The site has Geodomes available for hire on numerous weekends, complete with full sound system, lights, decor and a stage for bands or DJs, perfect for playing your own music It is also possible to hire the entire site on an exclusive basis for weddings, parties, gatherings and much more. The site is open from May to September, but only open for public camping on select weekends in July and August. Please refer to our listings for full details of available dates
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Penylan Farm

2 units · Glamping, Motorhomes2 acres · Pontrilas, Wales
Pitches and tiny home glamping on a cider farm in Herefordshire
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Gwerniago Camping Site

5 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Machynlleth, Powys, Mid Wales
Leave it to your kids’ imagination when it comes to this site. Rocky outcrops and magical valleys. It’s a proper fairytale of a site.
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Brook Meadow

103 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents15 acres · Northamptonshire, East Midlands
A secluded lakeside campsite to fall in love with
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Chase Camping

67 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Staffordshire, West Midlands
Tent camping and bell tents for hire on a family farm within easy walking distance of Cannock Chase Forest
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Gwersyllt Rhos y Gallt Campsite

10 units · Tents12 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
Guests to Rhos y Gallt describe the campsite as a little gem of a site - small, quite and tranquil with wonderful sunsets. The site can accommodate up to 5 caravans and 10 tents situated ​on a level 2 acre site within the beautiful rolling hills of Montgomeryshire in Mid Wales. There are hard standing pitches with electric hook-up as well as grass pitches with and without electric hook-up. There is also a field bordering a river which is used for wild camping - but you'll have to share it with the sheep! The toilet block has a family wet room with shower, toilet, wash hand basin and baby changing unit, a separate toilet, shower and kitchen area with freezer. The site borders a river meadow where visitors can wonder down and take a walk down with the river bank, relax by the water edge, throw a few skimmers, do a spot of fishing or even go wild water swimming (at your own risk!). ​Well behaved dogs are welcome (maximum 2 per unit). ​We were delighted to receive a nomination for The Camping and Caravanning Club Best Hideaway Site in 2021 and grateful to our wonderful guests for the nomination. ​
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Pitchcott Farm

11 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents15 acres · Aylesbury, England
Pitchcott Farm is set among the rolling hills of the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside. The farm is a total of 150 acres and campers have access to a 15 acre meadow with vibrant wild flowers in spring and summer. The farm prioritises the protection and expansion of biodiversity so camping pitches are limited to retain the wild nature of the site. Look out for wild deer in the meadow, and you might hear the hoot of owls at night.
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Caravan parks with wheelchair access in Wyre Forest guide

Overview

Welcome to one of England’s most important spreads of oak wood and its largest forest NNR, set just beyond the western edge of the Midlands’ urban sprawl. Wyre Forest, its tree cover all designated either an NNR or SSSI, is a favourite for woodsy walks, running, gentle cycling, horse riding, and its Go Ape centre treetop ropes course. The best camping can be found along the southern edge, either at Bewdley or just beyond the main entrance. The forest is conveniently positioned for exploration by train too, with Severn Valley’s Bewdley, Northwood Holt, and Arley stations all flanking its eastern edge.

Where to go

Bewdley

Bewdley, hanging off Wyre Forest’s southeast corner, is the nearest community and a long-serving tourist destination on the River Severn. It’s well-known for its riverfront Georgian houses and iconic 1798 bridge designed by Thomas Telford. Several grand country house estates can also be seen while heading south to Stourport-on-Severn. To see the area’s natural beauty, the Severn’s best stretch for canoeing runs between Bridgnorth and Bewdley, and it’s an easy walk on pretty paths into Wyre Forest from town. Bewdley also boasts access to a number of family-friendly campsites and glamping sites.

Visitor Centre & the South Side

The main entrance into Wyre Forest is two miles west of Bewdley. This is the nexus of forest activity with a café, three way-marked walking trails, running trails, cycling routes, and bridleways alongside the visitor centre. The most interesting trail loops north around an arboretum, which hosts the unusual whitty pear among many other species. Camping awaits a short distance along the road from the main forest entrance toward Far Forest.

River Severn & the East Side

The eastern borderlands of the forest are framed by the River Severn, where the best stretch of kayaking on the UK’s longest river beckons, plus the long-distance Severn Way (east bank) and Geopark/North Worcestershire Ways (west bank). There are some excellent riverside campsites perfectly poised for forest forays as well—search for the best spots in the Bewdley area or near Pound Green.

Buttonoak, Earnwood Copse, and the North Side

Wyre Forest’s northern portion is less crowded, and forest-ensconced Buttonoak makes the best all-round base, with a pub and camping at nearby Pound Green. Just northwest of here, the car park at Earnwood Copse serves as a good launch point for hitting the woodsy trails. It’s also the north of the forest that has most of the NNR-designated and most ecologically important forest.

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