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Shropshire Accommodation
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Shropshire Accommodation

Shropshire Caravan & Camping Accommodation

Will you not stay? Put up your Caravan, Just for one day?
Ralph Hodgson

Shropshire has so much fine camping and caravan accommodation to offer you and the Shropshire Tourism website has an easy use search mechanism to help you find exactly the kind of camp sites and caravan parks you are looking for.

To help you select your caravan and camping sites in Shropshire we have compiled the guide below to aid you. Simply select the star rating you are looking for, the area or town where you want to stay in Shropshire and let us do the rest.

Shropshire Caravan & Camping Accommodation Search

Please select the type(s) and rating(s) of accommodation that you are looking for and your preference of town or countryside.

Note: Camping and caravan sites may be ungraded where visitors are bringing their own caravans or tents.

Accommodation Type




North Shropshire
Central Shropshire
Telford & Ironbridge Area
South Shropshire
Surrounding Areas
Camping & Caravan Accommodation in Shropshire

The most self-contained way to enjoy the least-crowded county of England is to raise your tent or rest your caravan in one of our award winning Caravan Parks and Camping Parks.

Two of the sites have recently won David Bellamy Gold Awards. And you will also find details of the Best Campsite in the UK 2004, as voted for by the AA – a most prestigious award indeed.

Other sites are graded with 4 or 5 stars from Visit Britain and you’ll find some with AA pennants and stars from the Wales Tourist Board. Are we proud? Well, just a little.

Our fine camping sites and caravan parks are available throughout the towns of Shropshire. This includes Bishops Castle, Bridgnorth, Church Stretton, Cleobury Mortimer, Clun, Craven Arms, Ellesmere, Ironbridge, Ludlow, Market Drayton, Much Wenlock, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Telford, Wem and Whitchurch.

When you get here you’ll find some wonderful gardens, National Trust and English Heritage properties and award winning attractions including the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Hawkstone Park and Follies and Severn Valley Railway. There’s plenty for the young (and young at heart) too. Need we go on?

Each one can provide a full day’s entertainment, but if you are seeking further pleasure from our peaceful county, why not pick up a Shropshire Places to Visit Booklet from the local Tourist Information Centre? It’s packed full of interesting things to see and amusing things to do.

So what are you waiting for? Hook up your tow-bar, refill your gas bottle, pack your tent (don’t forget your mallet!) and hit the road to Shropshire!

Come soon. And for more than just one day!

Of course, all our accommodation is independently inspected and graded and are members of Shropshire Tourism so quality can be assured.