This friendly site has been completely redeveloped as an adult only caravan park at the heart of the South Shropshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Located midway between Bridgnorth and Ludlow, the site features panoramic views towards Wenlock Edge, Long Mynd and The Wrekin from fully-serviced, all-weather pitches.

Immaculate, heated facilities have won Wheathill Touring Park an excellent AA 5 Pennant grading.

Shropshire is an area of special interest to walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.

A country pub-restaurant is close to the touring park.

Park Facilities

Wheathill Touring Park’s 25 all-weather hard standing pitches are easily accessed from tarmac service roads.

Code operated access barriers are installed for your security.

Pull-on, pull-off facilities are available on some pitches.

Touring pitches are constructed of stone for drainage and erecting awnings.

All pitches are fully serviced with 16amp electric hook-up, fresh water tap, grey water drain, brown waste disposal, and TV connection and free Wi-Fi.

Subtle park lighting makes it easy to get around during darkness without compromising views of the starlit skies which are spectacular here in South Shropshire.

There’s been no compromise to guest comforts in Wheathill Touring Park’s new amenities building.

It features spotlessly clean shower rooms, vanity units and a fully-equipped accessibility suite.

Indoor wash-up and laundry complete the package.

Calor Gas is stocked for your convenience.

Wheathill Touring Park is very dog-friendly caravan park with a 2 acre dog walk within the site and many country footpaths nearby.

The site’s location at the foot of Clee Hill provides guests with panoramic views of the Shropshire Hills, Wenlock Edge, The Long Mynd and The Wrekin.

The Three Horsehoes Country Inn is a short walk from the caravan site, a cozy pub serving well-prepared, sensibly priced food.

There’s an attractive beer garden for sitting out when weather permits.

Whats On Nearby

The South Shropshire Hills are easily accessible from any part of the midlands, providing visitors with a variety of walking routes cycle trails, nature reserves and historic towns to visit.

Brown Clee hill rises above the caravan site.

At 540m it is the highest of the Shropshire hills.

Brown Clee circular walk takes you past abandoned quarries, now providing habitats for a variety of birds and wildlife.

Its larger twin, Titterstone Clee Hill, has a car park close to the summit which offers the visitor amazing panoramic views over Shropshire and Herefordshire.

Both footpaths link with the Shropshire Way footpath.

A short drive North of Wheathill Touring Park is Bridgnorth a charming old market town on the River Severn.

Charles I declared Bridgnorth to be the “finest in my entire kingdom”.

High town’s half-timbered and Georgian buildings stand on a sandstone outcrop high above the river.

One of the steepest funicular cliff railways in Britain provides a relaxed descent to Low Town for those who find the alleyways from Castle Gardens and High Street too strenuous.

Cafes and tea rooms line the riverside, just right after a riverside park stroll.

Saturday is market day.

Bridgnorth is the northern terminus of the Severn Valley Railway.

The 14 mile route along the River Severn to Bewdley and Kidderminster is one of the finest heritage steam journeys in the country.

To the South of Wheathill is Ludlow, a magnificent town with over 500 listed buildings dominated by its huge medieval castle built on a cliff overlooking the River Teme.

Outside the castle gates is Ludlow’s lively market square and main street.

Ludlow has acquired a reputation for cuisine, specialty foods and fine restaurants.

A series of spring, autumn and Medieval Christmas Food festivals are held in Ludlow Castle’s grounds.

This is a town for any season with a full program of fairs and festivals.

How To Find Us

Wheathill Touring Park is on the B4364 between Bridgnorth and Ludlow.

Ignore SATNAV instructions to turn off this road.

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