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Rhyd Y Groes Touring Park & Campsite
Adults Only Over 25
A picturesque family run touring caravan and camping park situated on the peaceful Welsh / Shropshire border near to the market town of Welshpool.
The park is set in twelve acres of tranquility and natural beauty, incorporating woodland, farmland and a stream meandering along boundary. It enjoys the protection of nearby hills and woodland but remains very accessible to the main road.
The site is of historical interest in the Arthur circuit. Two researchers claim to have identified King Arthurs last battle on the Camlad River at Rhyd-y-groes.
The park is an ideal base for walkers wanting to explore recognised walks e.g. Offas Dyke (1/2 mile) and the Stiperstones, or to just enjoy the park & surroundings.
The nearby woodland is ideal for the keen bird watcher and boasts a magnificent display of bluebells in the spring. It is stocked with a wide variety of native trees.
Dogs are welcome on the park on a short lead and there is a dog walk on site.
30 pitches (all with electric hook up) and generous spacing suitable for caravans and especially motor homes, Mixture of hard standing and grass pitches,some fully serviced. Pitches divided by a variety of shrubs.
Large grassed camping area with extensive planting of shrubs and trees
Modern purpose built shower block and toilet facilities.
Washing up area, vegetable preparation area and full use of kitchen facilities(fridge, kettle, microwave and freezer)
Dedicated disabled wet room
Chemical and grey water waste disposal points and motor home dump.
Easy roadside access
Open all year
Heated shower block
Proprietors: - William and Helen Davies
Rhyd-y-groes is situated 18 miles from Shrewsbury, 3 miles from Montgomery, 5 miles from Welshpool and 3 miles from Marton