If you choose one of our holiday parks in Shropshire you can be sure of an unforgettable break. This beautiful county has a fantastic mix of award-winning attractions all surrounded by stunning countryside and ancient towns steeped in history.
The medieval town of Shewsbury is a fantastic place to shop and eat or just simply a good look around. Located in the heart of the county it is known for its wonderfully preserved timber-framed buildings and the beauty of its Georgian architecture.
Ironbridge which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the birthplace of the industrial revolution. It was here that the sounds and smells of early industry arose, bearing the first iron rails, wheels, boats, the first steam locomotive, as well as the first iron bridge. The Ironbridge Gorge Museum is well worth a visit.
Ludlow is another popular tourist destination. It boasts a lively market, food fairs, specialty food shops and more super restaurants and inns than you can shake a cocktail stick at. This place is in fact actually a foodies delight as it has been named the Gastronomic capital of Shropshire.
Walking along the ridge line of the Long Mynd is a popular route for keen walkers because of the spectacular views which can be gained on a clear day. However there are lots of different activities to take part in during your caravan holiday in Shropshire. From the usual fishing, walking, golfing, cycling, and horse riding, to the more adventurous hang gliding and even hot air ballooning, this place has it all.
Explore all of this and more when you book a stay at one of our holiday parks in Shropshire.
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