Campervan Camping

Based a 200-acre arable farm, just north of Bristol in the rural countryside of South Gloucestershire, a cool place to kick back and chill.

Campervans stay with us for many reasons; to break the journey, or stay and visit Bristol’s amazing attractions; such as the Wild Place, the Wave or the SS Great Britain. Bristols food scene is delicious and there are some great foodie locations from Glen’s Kitchen to St Nicholas Market.

This is a seasonal pop-up site in a grass meadow specifically open for touring campervans. There are no pitches so you can set up your camper van wherever you choose in the field, at the current time we do not have any showers and only offer cold water taps, toilets and waste disposal.

You are welcome to bring your own fire pit and logs but we ask that you ensure your fire pit is off the ground, so that you do not burn our grass. Please feel free to walk around the farm and enjoy the woodland on foot whilst you are here.

We are situated close to the M4/M5 interchange, which is great for access, but does have some background noise, most people are fine with this, but just wanted to let you know.

Prices

  • Adult £10 per night
  • Child 12 & under: £5 per night

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    Testimonials

    "I just wanted to thank you for running such a unique and wonderful campsite. My friend and I decided to go with the vibe of the wood and bivvy rather than pitch tents – and I used a hammock for the first time. It was a great experience."

    Simon, Sep 2020

    "It was so lovely to stay in your wood this weekend with my son and family – and great to meet you, your husband and Fern the dog! We’d love to come back next season."

    Maria, August 2022

    "We enjoyed your site very much, clean, “quiet”, well maintained. The wood is a secret treasure, not only a blanket of blue bells, but wood anemones, orchids , Goldilocks buttercups and many more. We will return!"

    Mr H, April 2022

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    Our Location

    Our site is based on a 200 acre arable farm, just north of Bristol, in the village of Almondsbury, in the rolling countryside of South Gloucestershire.