The forest of dean is a brilliant inland place for a camping holiday, the forest has breathtaking scenery, many activities and lots of picturesque campsites.
This page will feature the best campsites and the best things to do on your camping holiday.
The list of campsites is being reviewed and more added daily to enable this to become a comprehensive and up to date list for the 2015 season this will also compare the main unique selling points of each to help you choose.
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Symonds Yat East Riverside Campsite
A campsite for any type of visitor but is the Perfect Location for Mountain Biking, there are trails on your Doorstep. Hot Showers and a Hosepipe to clean your bikes after.
Website – www.syecampsite.co.uk
Address – Symonds Yat East Campsite, Symonds Yat East, South Herefordshire, HR9 6JL
Phone – 01600 890238
Broadstone Park, a small family run campsite. nestled in a quiet and unspoilt area on the English/Welsh border between the market towns of Monmouth and Coleford which both town centres are only a 10- 15 minute drive away. The farm is surrounded by beautiful settings and sits amongst the ancient oak trees and Neolithic stones that gave the farm its name. There are walks and trails around the farm and woods where you will be able to spot the historic Broad Stone. Great for walkers and cyclist alike.. About Broadstone Park..