Alan Rogers Review
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 the site is very unusual, passing through an industrial estate, but eventually you will arrive at a well laid out and pleasant site with facilities of the highest quality. There are 150 large pitches on a mixture of hardstanding and level, open grass; the site is especially good for tents. Each set of four pitches has a service post with water, drain, 16A electricity points and lighting. There may be some traffic noise from the A40 relief road. Seasonal pitches are now available.
The market town of Ross-on-Wye is centrally placed for touring Herefordshire, the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean. The town itself has many facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, putting greens and tennis courts, plus of course lots of good places to eat and drink. Shopping is excellent with a general market held on Thursdays and Saturdays with a farmers’ market on the first Friday of each month.