Our Campsite is located in the pretty village of Awre, 1.5 miles off the A48 Gloucester to Chepstow road, which serves the very popular tourist destinations of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean.
Awre is an ancient village listed in the Domesday book, once a royal hunting ground of the King and moulded over the years by industries such as salt, paper, fishing and farming.
Access to the Severn Way is within 0.5 miles, where visitors can watch the Severn Bore from the riverbank or join the river walk.
Robin and Joanne Greening welcome you to their new caravan site.
Joanne was born and grew up on Guy Hall Farm in the village of Awre, returning to live there with Robin in 1996.
We have many happy memories from 18 years of camping and caravan holidays with our growing family and it has always been our dream to own and run a caravan site for others to enjoy.
The site is located next to the family farm where chickens, guinea fowl, sheep and cattle forage in nearby fields.
We look forward to meeting you and hope you create your own happy memories for years to come.
Free hot water
Clean, purpose built toilet and shower block
Disabled toilet and shower room
Sinks for washing up
Chemical waste disposal
Electric hook ups 16 amp
Some fully serviced pitches available with hard standing
Spacious pitches at least 10m x 12m
So that everyone can enjoy the big skies and starry nights, including the wildlife, lighting is sympathetically designed – a torch is advisable for trips to the loo in the night.
We regret that due to the proximity to farm land and farm animals no dogs are allowed on site, unless they are guide dogs for the blind or fully trained disability assistance dogs.
Severn Valley Touring, Awre, Newnham on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL14 1EJ
Watch videos by Severn Valley Touring, showing the beautiful surroundings and wildlife.
NEWNHAM ON SEVERN
The site is 3 miles from Newnham on Severn – a vibrant, historic village on the banks of the River Severn. Here you will find a church, local stores with a deli counter and coffee shop, pharmacy, butchers, post office, pub (with an Indian takeaway), library and gift shop.
Blakeney is 3.7 miles away – a small, thriving village on the eastern edge of the Forest of Dean and offers a church, local stores, post office, fish and chip shop and a 16th century coaching inn.
There are footpaths to both settlements and a regular Nº 23 bus service on the A48.
THE FOREST OF DEAN
Dene Rise Fishing, The Dean Heritage Centre, Go Ape, Littledean Jail, Taurus Crafts, Bathurst Park and Westbury Court Gardens are all within 3 to 8 miles away.
Beechenhurst Picnic Site and Sculpture Trail 10 miles,
Pedalabikeaway 11 miles,
Puzzlewood 12.5 miles.
Our campsite is also within easy reach of the Cotswolds, shopping in Monmouth, Ross on Wye, Gloucester Quays and Cheltenham.
For more information about great places to discover in the local area please see our Places to Visit pages.