Set in a quiet, peaceful, and well-maintained part of the park, the Touring Caravan and Motorhome park is a great location for caravan holidays in Shropshire. With 20 large pitches available with electric hook-up (if required), the touring and caravan park is located at the top of Spring Lea. Nearby to the caravan and motorhome park is our amenities building, with toilet facilities, disabled access facilities, Elsan waste disposal point, utility room and freshwater point.
This park is perfect for family caravan holidays in Shropshire, with a children’s play area located at the entrance of the park. Please can we ask that children are always supervised when in the play area.
A dedicated dog walking trail is located behind the camping field where you are free to let your dog off the lead – we kindly ask that dogs are kept on a lead at all other times other than when in the exercise field. Please note that dogs are not allowed onto the fishery.
Arrival for touring caravan and motorhome bookings is from 12pm on the day of your booking. Departure from your pitch is required by 10am at the latest.
“The pools at Spring Lea look stunning. Great facilities, cafe and bait shop. Great day fishing even a new canal section now open. 5 star fishing!”
Really well run fishery. Fishing was really good. Toilets, coffee shop all clean and tidy.
1 year ago
Well appointed and maintained, plenty of different types of fish. Well stocked shop which also has food and drinks available.
1 year ago
Great little venue, food available on site and the lakes are well maintained. Caught some decent carp up to 13lb so far but there is bigger!
1 year ago
A beautiful area. My husband enjoys fishing and I love to draw or paint. The pools have been improved and also a new office and cafe. Stunning views.
2 years ago
Venturing off park there are several walking routes across the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The local village of Pontesbury offers one of Shropshire’s most popular Chinese takeaways, an award-winning butchers and bakery, a small supermarket and two pub/restaurants. Just a 15-minutes’ drive and you will find yourself in the centre of the medieval town of Shrewsbury, full of independent shops, cafes, pubs, and restaurants. Shrewsbury is also home to a number of popular high street stores, perfect if you’re looking for some retail therapy.