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Gloucestershire Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Gloucestershire

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  • Corinium Museum
    Corinium Museum
    Park Street
    Cirencester,
    Gloucestershire,
    GL7 2BX
    01285 655611

    Roman Britain's second city
    Home to one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities in the country. Corinium, Roman Cirencester, was the second largest town in Roman Britain.
    Experience life as a Roman. Marvel at the stunning mosaics. Visit a Roman Garden.

  • Gloucester Cathedral
    Gloucester Cathedral
    Picture is copyright of Gloucester Cathedral.

    You are most welcome to visit the Cathedral, either to attend a service and to hear our wonderful choir, or to attend any of our events or concerts.
    Or you are welcome to come and visit and experience the architecture of the building. We have a gift shop and a coffee shop where you can buy a souvenir or relax.

  • Dick Whittington Farm Park
    Dick Whittington Farm Park
    Dick Whittington Farm Park
    Little London
    Longhope
    Gloucestershire
    GL17 0PH
    Tel: 01452 - 831000

    For family fun the Dick Whittington Farm Park is the place to visit. Rain or sunshine, there is plenty to do and see.
    A huge indoor Play Barn is ideal for toddlers to ten year olds. See the farm animals, zoo corner, small pets, reptiles, insects and fish, then feed the deer. Enjoy our Valley Nature Trails in bloom in the Spring.
    The outdoor pedal kart course is very popular. Try our mini-digger, Summer tractor and trailer rides. You can step back in time and visit the medieval Dick Whittington exhibition room.
    Finally, the ‘Cat’s Whiskers’ restaurant offers a range of food and drinks for adults and children.
    Group visits and birthday parties are a speciality. We can give evening talks with a buffet on the Farm Park, environmental works or medieval history.

  • Cotswold Farm Park
    Cotswold Farm Park
    Whether you are looking for a great family day out, the opportunity to interact with our unrivalled collection of domestic rare breeds, or the chance to learn more about farming and conservation – we have been here to welcome you since 1971, and our visitors tell us the experience just keeps on getting better.

  • Croft Farm Waterpark
    Croft Farm is located just outside Tewkesbury in the scenic River Avon Valley, with a caravan and camping park adjacent to our own lake. The wide range of watersports activities and tuition on offer provide added interest for those wanting a more active holiday.

  • National Trust Place in South Gloucestershire
    Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.
    Horton Court is shut for refurbishment in 2010.

  • Historic Houses Association
    Over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
    Check website for current opening hours and tariff.

  • National Trust Places to Visit
    Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.

  • Dean Forest Railway
    The Dean Forest Railway is a 4.25 mile (6.8 km) long heritage railway that runs between Lydney and Parkend in the Forest of Dean.
    Trains are operated by both steam and heritage diesel locomotives, including heritage diesel multiple units.

  • National Birds Of Prey Centre
    The Centre is open to the general public for 10 months of the year. Education is ongoing to all visitors. The Centre also undertakes more in depth education to specific groups and parties, from first schools to universities and offers off-site lectures and teaching.

  • Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
    Set in the Forest-of-Dean at Mallards Pike Lake. This course couldn't be set in a more beautiful location. Enjoy a day of bike trails the perfect way to explore this wonderful place.

  • National Waterways Museum
    Discover the fascinating history of our inland waterways at our museum at Gloucester Docks.

Information about Gloucestershire

Some information about Gloucestershire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

Gloucestershire is a county in South West England. The county comprises part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean.

The county town is the city of Gloucester with its Cathedral , (which has been used for some scenes in the Harry Potter films) and other principal towns include Cheltenham (with its famous racecourse), Cirencester, Stroud and Tewkesbury. Lying at the southern edge of the old town of Tewkesbury, the Tewkesbury Abbey quietly dominates the land and skyline with its long nave and “probably the largest and finest Romanesque tower in England” (Pevsner). The building of the current abbey started in 1102 and was consecrated in 1121.

And if you enjoy historic buildings, why not visit the the stunning Chastleton House looked after by the National Trust. Completed in 1612, this is one of the finest and most complete Jacobean houses in England, with scenic gardens and a topiary that are truly Jacobean.

Whether you like to walk, cycle or horse ride, the Forest of Dean is a genuinely magical place to explore, this special area became the country's first National Forest Park in 1938 and is England's largest oak forest. Tucked between the rivers Wye, Leadon and Severn in western Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire is a stunning county to visit for a camping and caravanning holiday.

By Nina Blanchard

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