With six weeks of school vacation in full swing, now is the perfect time to find fun outings and outings for the whole family.
Camping offers the opportunity to get back to nature and is an affordable option when it comes to stays.
WorcestershireLive has reviewed the best campsites on TripAdvisor in the area to help you decide where to spend your summer vacation.
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L’Escapade du Verger – Evesham
This magnificent site is perfect if you want to get away from the grid and take a well-deserved break from technology as there is no electricity available. Instead, you’re given candles and solar-powered lights along with a plethora of books and games to borrow to keep you entertained.
Campfires are allowed so you can group together and roast marshmallows or just enjoy the starry sky.
A Mongolian yurt and a 1930s railway car are available on site.
The outstanding natural beauty of the Cotswolds can be reached in 10 minutes by car, and there are several hiking and cycling trails nearby.
One reviewer said: “Really enjoyed our stay, the campsite is set in beautiful countryside and as soon as you get there there is a feeling of tranquility in the place.”
Offenham Tourist Park – Evesham
Sitting along the River Avon in the Evesham Valley, a stay here will provide you with many lovely country walks.
You can buy a day ticket and enjoy fishing on site or maybe just have a drink at the Fish and Anchor Inn pub next to the tourist park.
Dogs are also welcome during your vacation here, provided they are kept on a leash.
One visitor wrote: “The site was spotless, a nice flat site, fresh cut grass, clearly marked locations and the hookup was great. The guards always came by to check that everything was fine and nothing too complicated!
Rosebud Meadow – Welland
This glamping site is full of stray animals including goats, pigs, and even miniature horses that are used as therapeutic ponies.
You are welcome to bring your own four-legged friends, as well-behaved dogs and horses are allowed to join you on your vacation.
The stunning views from the site are sure to help you relax and unwind on your summer vacation.
One visitor said: “You even have the benefit of walking past the dwarf goats every time you go to the toilet and the miniature horses are friendly. I would come back without hesitating.”
Wigley Orchard Holiday Park – Tenbury Wells
The modern caravans and pods on this site provide a bit of peace and quiet in the Worcestershire countryside.
From this pretty hillside setting in a pretty orchard, accessed by a two-mile winding country lane, you can enjoy great views across the Teme Valley towards Wales.
Wigley Orchard is a great base for visiting and exploring the Welsh border counties with inns, churches and manors ready to walk.
“Our experience of staying there has been fabulous, like participating in a series of amazing George Clark spaces, I loved it, I highly recommend it,” wrote a guest.
Lickhill Manor Caravan Park – Stourport-on-Severn
Lickhill Manor Caravan Park occupies a whopping 65 acres surrounding the 17th century mansion along the River Severn.
The caravan park is a short walk from Stourport-on-Severn by the river. Pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents are available on the site.
“All I can say is wow. The site is beautiful with well-maintained areas and nice play parks for the kids, ”said one reviewer.
Canvas and Clover – Holt Heath
This glamping site has ten safari tents in their car-free grounds, perfect for a family getaway.
Their website promises the chance to follow the Fairy Gate Trail in the woods after playing football on the field.
A noise-free after 11 p.m. policy means it’s a great place for young families who want to close their eyes.
A TripAdvisor reviewer said: “The quality and specifications of the tents, equipment and facilities are top notch. We love the site, the countryside and the brilliant farm shop just down the road.
Hidden Valley Camping – Tenbury Wells
This family-friendly site offers some great views and a dawn chorus that their website declares must be heard to be believed.
You are guaranteed plenty of space here with their two bell tents and a handful of pitches available on their large site which is part of an old orchard.
One visitor said: “Fantastic campsite with great views, clean facilities and plenty of space to settle in while feeling secluded and secluded. It was our second visit and I am sure we will be back in the future. ”