Camping in the Forest of Dean
If you are looking for Forest of Dean campsites you've come to the right place!
The Forest of Dean is England’s first National Park and largest oak woodland. With its location between the Wye Valley (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the River Severn, the Forest of Dean provides plenty to see and do whether you are looking for an activity break, a relaxing holiday or sightseeing.
For camping in Gloucestershire, Bracelands offers a truly unique experience. The River Wye is one of the best rivers in the country for canoeing and kayaking. For real thrill seekers there is caving and abseiling available too.
To really appreciate the Forest of Dean’s sights, sounds and smells it’s best to get out and explore. With miles of circular and long distance walking trails and traffic-free cycle tracks running through the heart of the forest, you’ll find something to suit you.
The Forest of Dean is famous for its large population of free roaming sheep that have called this area their home for hundreds of years. Whether you are visiting for a weekend, a short break or longer, step back in time to discover the diverse flora and fauna that make the Forest of Dean such a special place. From badgers to wild boar, nesting birds, grey squirrels, voles, hedgehogs, bats, tawny owls, woodpeckers and over thirty different species of wild butterfly, the area is a wildlife lover’s idea of heaven.