This attractive, peaceful campsite, the winner of a David Bellamy Conservation Award (2018/19) is adjacent to the Gloucester-Sharpness Canal. The site is located behind the Tudor Arms public house, and before the narrow swing bridge. At the rear of the pub car park, a gate clearly identifies the entrance and the recently developed reception is just inside on the right. There are many trees and hedges, particularly surrounding the site, so the canal is not visible. Attractively laid out on two separate fields, there are 75 pitches, all with 16A electricity hook-ups, and 50 with hardstanding. The old orchard is for extended stays or adults only units, with gravel hardstandings, and the more open grassy meadow for family touring units. There is also a rally field beyond the meadow.
The adjacent pub has a restaurant and bar (CAMRA award winner every year since 2009) The site was Cotswolds Caravan or Camping Site of the Year 2014 (Gold award.) Just across the road, beside the canal, is the Black Shed café and shop where boats and bicycles can be hired. This is a delightful, peaceful park with plenty to offer: walking, fishing and boating, not to mention ornithology as the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre founded by Sir Peter Scott at Slimbridge is only 15 minutes walk away.