We can accommodate caravans, motorhomes, and tents.
If it’s adventure in the great outdoors you’re seeking, then head to our scenic Hereford Club campsite.
The Malvern Hills and Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean, all ripe for adventure, are within striking distance of our campsite near the popular county town of the same name.
Equally the campsite’s idyllic rural location, next to The Millpond, a stunning three-and-a-half acre fishing lake, makes it perfect for a relaxing break or simply to explore the many attractions of the area at leisure.
A lovely tree-lined driveway delivers you to our attractive Hereford Club Site. The vast site caters for up to 102 units. Some of the spacious pitches overlook the fishing lake. The excellent facilities include a modern amenity block, a playing field and a dog walk.
The pedestrianised streets of the quiet market town of Hereford are perfect for an afternoon stroll. The town has many black and white buildings, including the Old House. Hereford Cathedral is worth a visit as is the cider museum which offers tours.
The Herefordshire Cider Route, a driving or cycling tour of the county’s farms, orchards, and pubs, starts from here. The Elgar Route is another driving trail that takes in over 40 places of interest relating to the composer’s life and music. Head to Ross-on-Wye for Goodrich Castle, a red-sandstone stronghold. A little over two miles south, Symonds Yat is a popular beauty spot overlooking the River Wye.
For further details please follow this link to Hereford Camping and Caravanning Club Site’s webpage.