Severn Gorge Park
Severn Gorge Park is set on level ground and is almost completely surrounded by Tweedale Woods giving the feeling of a countryside setting even though we are are less than a 10 minute drive from Telford Town Centre.
The Park is ideally located for the World Heritage sites of the Ironbridge Gorge & Museums, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The historic market town of Bridgnorth, which is also the home of the Severn Valley Railway; the county town of Shrewsbury and the whole of Shropshire are all within a short drive away.
Severn Gorge Park has been previously graded with Five Stars by the English Tourism Council three Pennants by the AA and has received a 'Loo of the Year' Award for our toilet and shower facility. We are open all year round and offer superb facilities for 10 Touring Adult Caravans or MotorHomes. The park is also adult only.
- Bus stop
- Forest, woodland
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The Park is ideally located for the World Heritage sites of the Ironbridge Gorge & Museums
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nice clean toilets
Most of the site is retirement bungalows and the drive has a barrier after 7pm so very quiet and secure.
Touring area is a small compound with 10 long thin pitches - these are narrow so that a car will not fit alongside the van. There is then a narrow piece of grass with bushes dividing up the pitches so not much fun for sitting out as you are very close to your neighbours! No views other than the fence!!
Most of the people seemed to be regulars or long term stayers but were friendly.
Toilets were half the block that used to be used when it was a bigger site. This means that there were 3 toilets and 3 showers (unisex) which was fine for the 10 pitches. Very clean showers and toilets although fairly old.
Sewage and water on pitch which was handy.
Sainsburys a couple of miles away.
Dog walk on site - short and lots of poo despite the provision of a bin. Access off the drive to the woods which are nicer to walk in.
ok but pricey
Pitches were easy to get on to but it had no atmosphere as it was mostly bungalows so caravans seemed to be tolerated rather than welcomed. woods nice. expensive for what it is. difficult to judge from the website what you are getting as no pictures of pitches so maybe we expected too much for the price -june 2011