Caravan campsites near Chepstow with hot tub

At a nexus of major hiking routes, woodsy Chepstow baits campers with forests and riversides.

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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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Cowpots Camping

21 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents60 acres · Ciffig, Wales
Camping with 'en-pitch' facilities on a working farm that produces the finest homemade ice-cream for miles
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Caravan campsites near Chepstow with hot tub guide

Overview

As soon as you get off the bridges crossing the River Severn from England into Wales, there is historic Chepstow, with Wales’ oldest stone castle crowning the town and some standout hiking kicking off right in the centre. It’s the start (or finish) point for long-distance routes the Wales Coast Path, the world’s first trail to cover the entirety of a country’s coastline, the Offa’s Dyke Path and the Wye Valley Way. Several dependable campsites are dotted along the wooded sides of the Wye Valley north of town, including quiet sites Fairoak Lakes, five miles outside Chepstow, and Chase Farm.

Where to go

Forest of Dean

An obvious choice for heading out into nature near Chepstow is this ancient royal hunting ground, spread-eagled 15-odd miles to the northeast. This exquisite forest, containing many old-growth trees, stretches over 200 square miles, and is a firm family camping favourite for its well-marked walking and cycling trails fanning out into splendid woodsy scenery. Begin your camping adventure with camping, caravanning, or glamping hidden in winsome tree-dotted surroundings.

Wye Valley AONB

Back in the 18th century, the Wye Valley was the birthplace of modern UK tourism, when people flocked to the picturesque landscapes described in William Gilpin’s book Observations on the River Wye. This steep-sided woodsy AONB straddling the Wales-England border immediately north of Chepstow remains mighty popular. A wide mix of big full-facility camping complexes and small farm campsites is bolstered by top-drawer hiking, with the long-distance Wye Valley Way running through, and Wales’ best-known kayaking zone on the River Wye itself.

River Severn

Much overlooked as an outdoor playground near Chepstow is the River Severn south of town. Despite the big trunk roads and rail lines whooshing nearby, the countryside along the Severn’s banks is surprisingly serene and seems to possess its own microclimate, schizophrenically switching between blazing sunshine and brewing storms. Wide-open views along the Welsh and Southwest English coastlines are also gorgeous.

When to go

April to October are the typical months campers pitch up here. This is a great destination even when the sun doesn’t shine, because of all the tree coverage providing shelter for campers, hikers and bikers. It does get busy, though: try to come outside of the July and August school holidays. Regional festivities include July’s Chepstow Festival of the Arts and Coleford Music Festival.

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