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Haywood Farm Caravan and Camping Park

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From £17.50/€19.77/A$29.56/US$22.43/CA$29.57/CHF21.54/kr193.58/kr147.55/kr188.78/kr2,303/$370.76/$14,583/PEN73.07/NZ$30.87/R292.15/zł83.97/R$74.40/Kč520.83/RSD2,397 (for 1 night, 2 adults)

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  • Small family-run site between Newent and Ross-on-Wye
  • Lots to do; fishing, football, pond, play area, games room and more
  • Steps away from woodland walks

It might be a small site, but you'll find quite the heap to do for big folks and kids at Haywood Farm Caravan and Camping Park in Ross-on-Wye.

First up there's the fishing... And then there's the playground, in a scenic and spacious setting (check out the site pics) which also comes with a small pond, a five-a-side football pitch, a games room, indoor table tennis and – huzzah! – a treehouse.

Woodland walks are steps away from the site, as Haywood is close to Queens Wood on the edge of the Forest of Dean; and canoeing, kayaking, fishing, golf, horse riding, an indoor pool, mountain biking and tennis are all available in the surrounds.

Haywood is a family-run site a short drive from the M50, between Newent and Ross-on-Wye, and with a decent range of guest amenities including showers, a toilet block, disabled facilities, a washing-up area, chemical disposal and recycling. Gas cylinders and ice pack freezing are also available for guests.

Pubs, restaurants, shops and public transport are ten minutes' walk away.

Depart: (2 nights)
Party: 2 adults


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Terms and conditions

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No fishing on site.

The use of chainsaws and axes on site is not permitted on site and no damage must be done to the trees. No tree climbing. Only dead branches to be collected from the woods.