Covid 19 Information
Our shower/toilet block is now open with social distancing in place. It is the only indoor-space open on Site.

The excellent village shop just over the road is open - as is The Inn on the Green at the Site entrance and The Crown just up the hill.

We are reducing the risk of spreading Covid-19 by limiting indoor contact [no laundry/ice-block services].

Please be aware that there have been a number of road closures in the vicinity of the Site (with no prior warning).

Please check accessibility when planning your journey to visit us.

Currently the access road from the south side [from A489] is closed due a dangerous bridge that has collapsed.

Here is the link showing the diversion:
https://one.network/?tm=122587925

The Green Caravan Park is a family-run caravan and camping site situated in South Shropshire, set in the beautiful Onny valley between the Long Mynd and Stiperstones Hills in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The park covers 15 acres of land and is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

See more photos and information about camping and caravanning at The Green Caravan Park in Shropshire on our facebook page:www.facebook.com/thegreencaravanpark

This sheltered and level site has the small, shallow River East Onny running through. Children enjoy paddling and fishing in it; they also spend time in the play area where they can climb, walk over the wobbly bridge and have fun on the swings.

 



Seasonal Pitches at The Green Caravan Park in Shropshire are available as permanent pitches; both electric and non-electric. We also provide caravan storage.

Please call Lin on 01588 650605 for further information.

"Relaxing and peaceful site enjoyed by adults and children alike."

"The site is kept in an environmentally friendly way. River clean, lots of trees, minimum of buildings. Bird spotting encouraged. Kids paradise."

"We have come many times a year - for 21 years. The caravans in no way detract from the natural beauty and wildlife."

"The park is an un-spoilt and natural habitat. Quiet and peaceful and very clean. Lots of wild flowers and grasses."

"I enjoyed seeing the dippers in the river and the goats on the bank who kept us company. A beautiful, quiet spot and no litter."