Ebury Hill Camping & Caravanning Club site is a basic facilities site in the Shropshire countryside. The area is full of history. In fact, pitch up at Ebury Hill, and you will be experiencing a little piece of history; nearly 3,000 years ago, the area was an Iron Age hill fort. Today the site provides a peaceful haven and an abundance of local wildlife, including squirrels, badgers, rabbits and birds. There is an attractive fishing lake stocked with carp, perch, roach and tench. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a monument to the Industrial Revolution in a beautiful setting. Ten award-winning museums bring the Victorian era to life through their many interactive exhibits and displays. There are no toilet or showers (other than a toilet for backpackers). Fishing is available with an Environment Agency rod licence. The site has 110 grass or hardstanding pitches (some seasonal). Most have an electric hook-up point.
One of the country’s largest Roman settlements at Wroxeter is another place where you can step back in time, or how about a trip on the Severn Valley Railway? Steam-hauled trains run between Bridgenorth and Kidderminster. Other popular attractions include the RAF Museum at Cosford and Telford with its many shops and leisure options. Walkers will appreciate the many walks through fields and woods from the site. To find out about the areas historical past, a trip to Ironbridge Gorge is a must.