Campsites in Shropshire

Welcome to our Premier Parks guide to campsites in Shropshire, where stunning natural landscapes blend seamlessly with rich history and cultural heritage. Nestled in the heart of England, Shropshire is a captivating destination with its idyllic countryside, rolling hills, picturesque valleys, and charming market towns. Shropshire offers an unparalleled escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Discover the hidden gems of this enchanting county as you embark on an adventure amidst the wonders of nature and uncover the stories etched in Shropshire's ancient landscapes.

Premier Parks campsites in Shropshire

Beaconsfield Holiday Park

Upper Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4BE

Beaconsfield Holiday Park

Upper Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4BE

Open all year Adults only Brand new bar and restaurant

Set in the heart of picturesque Shropshire, this holiday park caters for over 18s only, making it the ideal destination for a tranquil getaway no matter what time of year.

Some of the best things about Shropshire

Explore the Shropshire Hills

Attracting walkers, hikers, and nature lovers from far and wide.

The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a must-visit for campers. Lace up your boots and embark on breathtaking trails through the Long Mynd, Wenlock Edge, and Stiperstones, where panoramic views of the surrounding countryside will leave you in awe. Keep an eye out for rare wildlife and enjoy the peace and tranquility of this unspoiled landscape.

Uncover history and heritage

Shropshire boasts a rich tapestry of castles, historic sites, and stately homes.

Visit the imposing Ludlow Castle, or step back in time at Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that showcases the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. For a glimpse into the past, explore the medieval market towns of Shrewsbury and Much Wenlock, with their timber-framed buildings and winding streets.

Immerse yourself in nature

Shropshire's natural beauty extends beyond its hills.

Delight in the serene beauty of the meres and mosses, such as Ellesmere and Whixall Moss, where you can spot rare birds and discover a peaceful oasis. Take a leisurely boat trip along the Llangollen Canal or paddle down the River Severn for a different perspective of the county's landscapes. The Wrekin, a distinctive hill, offers panoramic views from its summit and is a popular spot for picnics.

Experience market town charm

Shropshire's market towns are a treasure trove of history, culture, and local charm.

Wander the cobbled streets of Ludlow and sample delicious local produce at its renowned food and drink festivals. Visit the medieval town of Shrewsbury, with its picturesque timber-framed buildings and vibrant market square. Don't miss the quaint streets of Bridgnorth, where you can ride the historic funicular railway and explore the ruins of Bridgnorth Castle.

Engage in outdoor pursuits

Adventure seekers will find plenty to satisfy their adrenaline cravings in Shropshire.

Try your hand at kayaking or canoeing along the River Teme, or test your skills on the mountain bike trails in Eastridge or Hopton Woods. Explore the famous Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle, set in dramatic moorland on Stapeley Hill, the focus of many local legends. Also explore the grottos, towers, arboretum and parkland of magical Hawkstone Park Follies.

Festivals and events

Throughout the year, Shropshire plays host to an array of vibrant festivals and events.

From the Shrewsbury Flower Show and Ludlow Food Festival to the Ironbridge Gorge Brass Band Festival, there's always something exciting happening. Immerse yourself in local traditions, music, arts, and gastronomy as you mingle with the friendly locals.