Set on top of a small hill with stunning views over the Severn Vale and across to the Cotswolds, Willow Hill’s campsite offers children the freedom to play, explore and get close to nature.
Time to play and explore
Take your pick of games to play on the top field including farm croquet – our own rough and ready version! And when the weather’s hot, the children can take a splash in our swimming pool.* For countryside days, you can explore our fields and water meadows with our self-guided nature trails, pick a path by the River Severn or call in to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s Combe Hill nature reserve and canal.
Country pub a field away
Don’t want to cook every evening? At Willow Hill, you can enjoy camping with the luxury of walking out to the local village pub. For campers wanting a leisurely evening, it’s a short walk down through our apple orchard and the footpath to The Farmers Arms. With a choice of beers, selection of wines and hearty food on the menu, The Farmers Arms is a small country pub with a big welcome.
Meet TV presenter Adam Henson at Happerley Family Food Festivals – July and August 2021
If you love family camping, food and rural life, how about combining all three at one of our Happerley Family Food Festivals?! We’re launching three intimate Festival camp weeks to provide an inclusive and inspirational countryside and camping experience, connecting families to nature, farming, food and friendship – and above all, fun! TV presenter and farmer Adam Henson joins us as our special guest each week. Very limited tickets, these will sell out fast!
Find out more about our Festivals HERE . Please note Willow Hill campsite and Wash House will be closed for independent camping bookings during Festival weeks.
Day trips out
For days out further afield, hop in the car for trips to family attractions, including Go Ape in the Forest of Dean, where you can hire bikes to take a trail through the Forest or take a magical walk through Puzzlewood, film location for scenes in Star Wars, Merlin and Doctor Who!
From ancient forests, you can head to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, and take an outing to pretty villages and market towns where there’s plenty for all the family to see and do. The Regency town of Cheltenham is 20 minutes away, with its elegant architecture and landscaped parks, theatre, restaurants and shops. Closer to home, the medieval town of Tewkesbury has plenty to offer, with its spectacular Abbey (do you dare to go to the top of the tower?), John Moore Countryside Museum, independent shops and restaurants.
Prices and facilities
*Pool available from June 2021, please note this is not lifeguarded, guests accept full liability.