Mountainous caravan campsites near Chepstow

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

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12 top mountainous caravan sites near Chepstow

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Pwllyn Farm Camping

19 units · Motorhomes, Tents20 acres · Brecon, Powys, Mid Wales
A wild-feeling, adult-only campsite in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with impressive views of Pen y Fan
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68 Degrees West

10 units · Glamping, Motorhomes1 acre · Cradoc, Wales
Pod glamping and family camping on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, with a handy location near Brecon town and sunrises you'll never forget.
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Pytingwyn Woods

6 units · Motorhomes, Tents3 acres · Brecon, Powys, Mid Wales
Almost-wild camping on the banks of the River Honddu, edging the Brecon Beacons
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Newcourt Farm Campsite

50 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Brecon, Wales
Old-school camping with incredible views in the Brecon Beacons
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Digeddi Wildlife Camping

14 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents20 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
Riverside camping and glamping with canoes for hire
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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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Hamperley Hideaways

6 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Church Stretton, England
Almost wild camping and rustic glamping in the Shropshire Hills, with campfires and compost loos
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Belan Bluebell Woods

4 units · Glamping, Motorhomes60 acres · Llanidloes, Wales
We are a small family farm site hidden in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales, near the lovely town of Llanidloes. Our easy to find, just off A470 location makes a stay with us convenient yet once you wind up to our drive you are on top of the world with spectacular views both day and night - we are a recognised Dark Skies Wales area for outstanding stargazing due to our lofty 1300ft height and un-light polluted sky. With over 60 acres to explore space and quite is guaranteed. Choose from secluded Idris the Shepherds hut with repurposed horsebox shower and woodfired outdoor bath, family glamping geo-domes Willow & Oak and Daisy bell tent each with covered camp kitchens or wild meadow camping plus a campervan spot. Our mission is to rewild the farm, manage the ancient woodland, support the abundant wildlife & finally protect its 5 acre peat-bog (peat bogs are as environmentally important as rain forests – peat holds more carbon than the combined forests of Britain, France and Germany!)
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Spring Field Dark Skies Campsite

22 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Shrewsbury, England
2024 opening May 1st. Book early...... Certified secluded campsite, blessed with amazing views over the surrounding Shropshire Hills AONB. Watch Red Kites, Buzzards and Kestrels soaring overhead and Sparrow Hawks flashing by. The Owls are very active here at night. Wild Deer visitors in our adjacent fields. We are in a "Dark Skies" area so star watching is a must. Dont miss the Bluebell woodland walk adjacent to the site. Best in late March - April We are an "Eco Friendly Site" and generate our electricity from Solar PV. Our 180ft deep aquifer spring water supplies all our water. All site waste is certified "Zero to Landfill". Waste Water passes through a living reed-bed filter complex so we don't pollute ground water or local environment. The grass you camp on is cut with lawn mowers running on Green HVO fuel generates 90% less Co2 and 30% less Nox2 pollution and is a fully renewable resource. The fields are open plan pitches and you can generally choose your preferred spot. Families and children very welcome. Some pitches may need levelling chocks! Two dogs max per booked pitch please. NEW NEW March 24! Bookable All Weather Hard Standing areas with easy access. Flushing clean toilet pods and sinks with hot water but no showers yet. (were working on it) Large washing sinks. Disposal for Elsan chemicals and Grey water. Drive on service Aire for Motorhomes. Fresh water and many Solar Generated Eco 6A and 16A points around the field. FREE WiFi and high speed broadband over the site. The entire campsite may be booked for private parties and events (even when closed in winter) The fields are surrounded by other farms with livestock so your dog MUST be on a short lead at all times please. Small Touring Caravans up to 6mtrs accepted. Must be towed by 4x4 vehicle.
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Eden's Nook

5 units · Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Welshpool, Wales
The most welcoming camping park in the heart of the Welsh Countryside. Forest View is situated 9 miles from the Town of Llanfyllin and 3 miles from Lake Vyrnwy. We are nestled next to the Dyfnant Forest and offer superb views and access to the Welsh countryside Eden's Kitchen Serves Breakfast 8am to 11am
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Cilrath Wood Camping

15 units · Tents10 acres · Narberth, Wales
Off-grid eco camping with campfires in a patch of Pembrokeshire that time forgot
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Caraway Meadows Camping

5 units · Tents77 acres · Crymych, Wales
Five almost-wild camping pitches in Pembrokeshire’s Preseli Hills
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Mountainous caravan campsites near Chepstow 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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