Campsites in Broadway, Worcestershire

27 bookable campsites within 15 miles of Broadway Sorted by distance

Why visit Broadway?

Broadway Tower

Broadway’s defining landmark is of course the Broadway Tower, which sits on top of Broadway Hill, the second-highest point in the Cotswolds. The plans for the 65-foot-high folly were hatched by Capability Brown and the building was completed in 1798. Just next door, the Tower Barn rents out e-bikes for those who’d like to take to two wheels to explore the views and the surrounding 200-acre Cotswold parkland, where there’s also a nuclear bunker. 

Ride on a steam railway

Broadway is a stunning stop along the Cotswolds’ so-called ‘Friendly Line’, the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway. Broadway station has been rebuilt in its old 20th-century style, and customers can board a steam locomotive for trips across the Cotswolds landscapes – riding all the way to Cheltenham if they wish. The Broadway Museum & Art Gallery documents how Broadway residents travelled before the steam railway arrived.

Cotswolds walks long or short

Whether you’re a keen rambler or a fan of a brief country stroll, Broadway has access to Cotswolds trails that are sure to please. The village sits on The Cotswold Way, which stretches for 106 miles between Bath and Chipping Campden and makes a great option for long hikes or scenic walks on shorter sections. There’s a hilly loop around the village for quicker wanders, as well as walks to Broadway Tower, Chipping Campden and Dovers Hill past woodlands and historical sites.

Essential things to do in Broadway

  • Try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, a popular sport in Broadway and the wider Cotswolds, based at the village shooting ground

  • Tee off on Broadway’s 18-hole golf course, which has small contoured greens, signature holes and obstacles

  • Call in at the three-acre recreation ground near the centre of Broadway, which has climbing towers, a skating simulation and open grassland for picnics

  • Take yourself on a shopping spree – Broadway has antique shops, a chocolate shop and plenty of independent shops

  • Browse the village’s art galleries, which showcase contemporary pieces, original local art and historic European paintings

Unexplored Broadway

Go whisky or gin tasting

Broadway is home to the Cotswolds Distillery Shop, where visitors can sign up for private tasting experiences. Whether you’re learning how to make top-notch martinis and blend your own gin or sampling spirits and single malt whisky, there are plenty of ways to discover the different signature drinks of the Cotswolds.

Try pottery making

Book yourself onto a clay modelling workshop in the family-run village studio, where you can create a very personal work of art to take home. Under the instruction of expert ceramic artists, you can have a go at using the potter’s wheel too.

Picnic on a lavender farm

Based up on a hill overlooking Broadway, Cotswold Lavender blooms every summer. The 70-acre farm is a top picnic spot, as well as a great base for walks on their woodland trail. There are lavender products available to buy here too. 

Here’s how

The scenery around here is spectacular, so it's no surprise to find that camping in the Cotswolds is a popular holiday choice. Broadway has lots of options for stays in the outdoors – including family-friendly campsites and dog-friendly campsites.

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Broadway not the right spot for you? Take a look at some other popular Worcestershire camping destinations such as Malvern and Tenbury Wells.

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