The small market town of Church Stretton, (which recently became the first town in the Midlands to be awarded 'Walkers are Welcome' status), is approximately 4 miles from the campsite. The immediate vicinity offers good access to the Long Mynd, which rises to a height of 506 m and is dissected by long valleys such as Minton Batch and Callow Hollow and provides splendid walking country and fine views.
Also within a short distance from the campsite is Craven Arms, where a range of activities suitable for all ages can be found. Including the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre and Stokesay Castle (shown in the picture).
Further afield, the World Heritage site at Ironbridge offers visitors an insight into the origins of the Industrial Revolution.
Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire. A market town with over 660 listed buildings. Known for it's independent shops & excellent range of restaurants & cafes. A great day out for all the family.
The Shropshire town of Much Wenlock is a quintessentially English town, off the beaten track, but well worth the visit. Much Wenlock is a stunningly beautiful medieval town and played a major part in the 19th century revival of the Olympic Games.
Ludlow has many things to offer - from walking the streets of this historic town and visiting Ludlow Castle and St Laurence's Church, to a meal at one of Ludlow's restaurants. Ludlow is also noted for the many events and festivals that take place throughout the year.
Bishops Castle, a town in the south shropshire marches borders of England and Wales. Excellent pubs, beer, quality food, walking, cycling, museums, castles, hills and valleys.
Historic Working Farm is a wonderful visitor attraction with daily activities and special events. You will see traditional 19th century farm life unfold daily, while the land around is worked by heavy horses.