Severn Gorge Park
England, Heart of England, Shropshire, Telford
- 01952 684789
- Open (touring pitches):
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
This six-acre touring park provides just ten pitches and only adults are accepted. The park is in a woodland setting and the pitches are all on hardstanding with 10/16A electricity. A development of park homes has been constructed on one side of the park and a tent area with hardstanding for campers’ cars. There could be some road noise from the A442 which runs down one boundary. A barrier is locked at 23.45 but parking and a late arrivals area is outside. A short distance from the park is the Silkin Way cycle path which runs into Telford town centre.
Alternatively, cycle to the attractions at Ironbridge. The main local draw has to be the Ironbridge Museums, featuring the Blists Hill Victorian Town, where you can discover and enjoy a working Victorian town. Hawkstone Park, with its walks and follies, is very popular and the Cosford Aerospace Museum is essential visiting for those interested in aviation.
The sanitary buildings can be heated and have been upgraded to provide comprehensive facilities including those for disabled visitors. Dishwashing conservatory leading to an ample laundry. Motorcaravan services. Small shop. Gas supplies. Adventure play area. Kite flying is discouraged because of nearby overhead cables. Only two dogs per pitch are accepted.
- All Year
- Bar Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop on Site
From M54 exit 4 follow signs (A442) onto A442 signed Kidderminster. Take slip road signed Bridgnorth to Brockton roundabout, turn right and pick up park signs.