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Our facilities on site include a heated toilet/shower block with free hot running water. Entry to the shower
block is controlled via a key which you will be allocated on your arrival for a small cash deposit of £10 which will then be returned to you on the safe return of the key when you depart.

We also have a washing up area, Elsan waste disposal point, Water point, Rubbish and recycling point.

At the entrance to the caravan park  you will find a Caravan Park Reception/Holiday Home sales office and general information point.

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Local Attractions

Shrewsbury
is one of the country's most picturesque market towns, situated within the loop of the River Severn. Its outstanding location, ancient bridges and medieval architecture combine with excellent shopping facilities to create the ideal tourist attraction and centre for sightseeing.

The Ironbridge Gorge Museums
centred in the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution is acclaimed as one of the classical historical and archaeological centres of the world. The multi-site museum includes the Blists Hill Living Museum - well worth a visit for a taste of old Victorian England.

Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway train moving along it's track
An enchanting narrow gauge train which gently travels across delightful scenery from Welshpool to Llanfair throughout the summer season. A favourite with families and train buffs alike.

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm
Acton Scott is one of Britain's leading working farm museums and specialises in practical demonstrations of historic farming using traditional skills and period horse-drawn machines.

Welsh Borders Castles
This area has some splendid examples. Powis Castle, just over the Welsh Border has outstanding gardens. Ludlow Castle stands high on the banks of the River Teme and plays host to dramatic performances of Shakespeare plays at the town's celebrated annual festival.

Shrewsbury Flower Show
This world famous event is held in Shrewsbury's riverside park every August and provides horticultural delights and entertainment complete with breathtaking firework displays.

Cosford Air Museum
The Museum's aim is to preserve an important part of Britain's national aviation heritage and to display it for future generations. At Cosford we have collections of artefacts unique in the world.