Apple Orchard - Camping in the beautiful Severn Valley

Apple Orchard Campsite is an independent family run caravan and camping site, situated in a rural location at the South East corner of the Forest of Dean, set within the Severn Vale Plain. Adjacent to the campsite is a traditional Gloucestershire apple orchard.

The site has wonderful views of the surrounding hills of the Forest of Dean and the famous May Hill crowned with its distinctive row of pine trees with a short walk to the River Severn and it’s famous Severn Bore.

The site offers a central heated amenity block with free hot showers, disabled and toddler wet / changing room. There is a self-contained washing up, Chemical and Grey water disposal area.

We have 60 pitches with electric hook ups on a level site.

Apple Orchard gives you the option to stay in one of our luxury Wooden  pods with electric and heating also available are beds and bunk beds. All you have to bring is your bedding and cooking facilities.

We have an on site shop selling basic camping conveniences and a café.

The site is located in a rural location with walks and cycling. It is a short distance from link roads to the Forest of Dean, Cheltenham, Ross on Wye and of course, Gloucester with its famous cathedral and docks.

Adjacent to the site is the Walmore Common which holds a recognised Special Protection Area. It is an area of damp grassland and ditches composed of clay soils overlying the only significant area of peatland in Gloucestershire. The Common is subject to regular flooding and this creates suitable conditions for regular wintering of wildfowl and Bewick Swans. Ideal for those who enjoy bird watching.

Call us on 01452 760618 or use the form on the booking page here to make a reservation.

Well, we've made it to the end of the half-term holiday and it was busy, busy busy!! It was great to see everyone, and I hope you had a wonderful time. 😀Sadly, today, we have found several piles of doggy poop around the campsite. Two behind the pods and two big piles right in front of the ladies toilet by the cafe. Now, if that had been trod in, it could have been brought into the cafe or your caravans and tents. On a hot day like today, that would not have been pleasant. Obviously, someone had waited outside the toilets with the dog. And when the person they had waited for came out, they both disappeared without picking up the poop, despite it being impossible for them to miss it.Now, if your doggy friend is not able to clean up after himself, then please do it for him! If your children are looking after the dog, then give them a poo bag and explain to them how to use it properly. We love having your dogs visit us, but please, let's keep the campsite clean! 💩💩💩💩💩 ... See MoreSee Less
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Possible Red Arrows appearance at 1.09 today! Eyes to the skies out the front of the campsite everyone!! 👀👀👀✈️✈️✈️ ... See MoreSee Less
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These two cuties were left in the playground on Friday, we are keeping them safe until reunited. Is anyone missing a couple of friends? ... See MoreSee Less
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Shhh, keep it under your hat, but someone's got a birthday today!! She's still in for Pizza Night tonight though, what a trooper!! 😀🥳🎉🤣Happy Birthday boss! 🎊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Season 2024

The new season officially starts 29th March 2024 which is the Easter weekend. Prices and booking details here. We prefer to speak to our guests so we can ascertain your exact requirements and give you any extra information you may require. Call us on 01452 760618

Electronic barrier

As an extra security feature, we have installed a fob key controlled automatic barrier for site entry. This will require a £15 CASH deposit from reception on arrival which will be be fully refundable on exit.

So please make sure you bring CASH for this as card payments cannot be taken.

Apple Orchard Campsite - Automatic Barrier

Meet Dennis!

Dennis the DonkeySay hello to the latest member of the team. Dennis the Donkey has joined us for the 2022 season and he looks forward to welcoming you at Apple Orchard.

Dennis came to us from Usk. He is one year old and is a lovely gentle lad. He can a be a little mischievous, and loves a gentle pat on his neck.  He has also been joined by two females called Dottie and Daisy. Both are a little more reserved than Dennis, but they are all the best of friends. They are out in the orchard quite often and we ask you to just give them a bit of space and not to give them food treats, else we will have to call him Dave! So please don’t feed them.

We have built them a new stable and we are sure they will love their new life at the campsite.