Forestside Farm campsite

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  • Description

    As featured in Coolcamping “Tiny Campsites” 2010 edition and “The Rough Guide to Camping”.

    “Discover a little pocket of camping bliss…..”

    Welcome to Forestside Farm, an Organic Dairy Farm set in beautiful, Staffordshire countryside providing wonderful views of the Dove Valley and Weaver Hills, a very rural part of the County. Plenty of local walks to enjoy both on the Farm and in the surrounding countryside.

    The site offers the perfect base for a weekend break ot a longer holiday to explore the area.

    The site has hard standings for 5 caravans, with hook for electricity and adjacent water. Paddock area for approx 12 tents.

    There is also water and chemical toilet disposal, together with toilets and COMPLIMENTARY SHOWERS – 2 Ladies toilet/showerooms and 2 Gents toilets/showerooms.

    Washing up facilties, fridge, kettle microwave and freezer for campers use.

    Coarse fishing available on a small (half acre) pool. The pool contains a mixture of coarse fish and day passes (limited) are available from the farm.

    Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be supervised.

    The nearby village of Marchington & Draycott provides Post Office/Shop with fresh bread and milk. Butchers shop also close by, for all your requirements for the Barbeque!

    Uttoxeter has a Farmers Market, the last Saturday of every month. Enjoy coffee and cake at Indulgences Cafe in the centre of town.

    Locally there are plenty of country pubs and eating places to suit all tastes.

    Nearby Attractions

    Forestside is only a 25 minute drive to Alton Towers with its sensational rides and attractions, as is the Peak District, Ashbourne and the former

    Royal Hunting forest of Cannock Chase, where one of Britain’s largest herd of Fallow Deer roam free.

    Drayton Manor Park is a little further away, but with an award winning Zoo, it is well worth the visit. Waterworld and the home of Wedgewood in the “Potteries” at Stoke on Trent makes a great day out, as does Carsington Water in the Peak District for cycling, walking, sailing and wind surfing!

    There are many National Trust properties within easy reach, Sudbury Hall, Kedleston Hall, Shugborough Hall & Farm, together with Calke Abbey are all spendid places visit. Visit Tutbury Castle on 29 April Royal Wedding Celebrations

    Date: Fri 29th April

    Time: Gates open at 8am

  • Campsite Facilities

    Note : Available facilities have a green background. Unknown or not present facilities will be grey.

    Electric Hookup Site has Laundry Campsite has Cafe Caravan Park Disabled Access Park Allows Pets Fishing on site LARGE pitches Campsites Child Friendly
    Big Groups Allowed Site has Restraunt onsite shop Showers available Park has Pool Available Childrens Play Area Park has washrooms site has wifi access

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