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Best campsites for the Wye Valley AONB

Here is our pick of the Alan Rogers Assessors, expert-recommended campsites for the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Running along the England and Wales border, this has been an AONB since 1971 and comprises 320 square kilometres of stunning scenery. Visitors can discover limestone cliffs, plunging gorges, and undulating hills carpeted with ancient woodland smothered in bluebells and dotted with crumbling monasteries, disused industrial works and remote churches. The Wye is the first river whose entire length has been assigned as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Wildlife is rich and varied and includes deer, the endangered dormouse, otters, bats, birds of prey and even beavers which have been reintroduced for the first time since becoming extinct in Britain 500 years ago.

As for attractions, there’s Chepstow Castle, majestic 12th century Tintern Abbey, Symonds Yat, historic Ross on Wye and St Briavels in the forest of Dean with amazing views over the valley. Brockhampton is a quintessentially picturesque English village (fun fact: there’s a replica of the Grade 1 listed church at the top of a hotel in Osaka where weddings are conducted).

Top Wye Valley AONB Camping Options

Bracelands Camping & Caravanning Club site is just waiting to welcome you. Located on the edge of the Forest of Dean, Bracelands is open all...

Ross-on-Wye town centre is within easy walking distance of this modern, spacious park, complete with open views and its own fishing lake. The approach to...

Set in 21 acres and bounded on one side by the River Wye and over 90 acres of woodland on the other, Lucksall Caravan and...

This family run park is located in a village four miles from Monmouth. The Bridge Caravan Park was established in 1979, being a working farm...

This site, which was created around 1997 in a disused quarry, has matured into a very pleasant, peaceful little site, partially terraced, and in a...

Forest & Wye Valley site is situated on the edge of the village of St. Briavels in Gloucestershire with fabulous walks through the Forest of...

Glen Trothy is a pretty park on the banks of the River Trothy and visitors are greeted by an array of colourful flowerbeds and tubs...