Heart of England Caravanning and Camping

Heart of England Caravanning and Camping



Game Fair

28th – 30th July 2023

Game Fair exhibitors and visitors looking for local are advised to book caravanning and camping facilities early to avoid disappointment. Contact us to reserve your spot now.

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Local Attractions

Local shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and takeaways are less than 3 miles away in the towns of Alcester and Studley. The journey amounts to a 5 minute drive or, if you’re not in a hurry, a picturesque 40 minute walk along the river path adjacent to the paddock, to the local ancient town of Alcester. 

Alcester is a charming town that offers something for everyone. History, culture, shopping, food and drink are all mixed in with a good measure of flowers, festivals and fun! Discover a charming town centre, find historic buildings, dine in inviting pubs and cosy tearooms, then browse traditional independent shops where service matters. Meander down quaint streets and soak up the authentic atmosphere of delightfully preserved buildings, lanes and passageways that provide a superb backdrop to the vibrant bustle of a modern day market town. Mingle with friendly locals and join in the fun with the year-round mix of colourful parades, festival events and centuries old tradition. Some takeaways deliver to the farm/campsite. Local country pubs are a couple of miles away, offering a wide range of food to suit your budget. The Throckmorton Arms is just a mile away and The Twisted Boot, The Moat House, Green Dragon and The Roebuck are all a 5 min drive or a pleasant country walk away.

Getting Around

There is easy access to local bus routes with a bus stop 1/2 mile away on the main road. The local town of Alcester is a 40 minute walk (1.5 miles) along the river path, or 2 miles by car. There are a number of footpaths and green lanes around the farm/campsite, including the Arden Way, the Heart of England Way and Forest, and the Riverside Walk into the market town of Alcester. A quiet walker could see kingfishers, herons, egrets, waterfowl, ducks, coots, moorhens, deer and even otters. Part of the National Cycle Route goes past the farm/campsite.

National Trust Properties

We are lucky enough to be surrounded by a host of beautiful properties locally. With Coughton Court, where the gun powder plot was hatched, just half a mile away, there is always plenty to see and do for the whole family.

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Ragley Hall

Whether you’re a lover of festival life and concert picnics or sporting challenges and the great outdoors, there will always be a reason to visit Ragley. Set in 450 acres of beautiful park land, the estate overlooks the unspoilt Warwickshire countryside. 

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Avoncroft Museum

An open-air museum of rescued buildings which have been relocated to its site in Stoke Heath, a district of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. 

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Warwick Castle

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Stroll around the picturesque grounds, experience the falconry exhibit, see a real jousting tournament and more! Pre-booking is advised. 

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Cofton Park

Set in 135 acres of rolling fields, open grassland and trees, Cofton Park offers visitors a variety of recreational activities and other points of interest. It is situated on the slopes of the adjoining Lickey Hills Country Park and has been an integral part of local community life for more than 90 years. 

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