Caravan Parks Campsites
Harbury Caravan Club Site nr Leamington Spa. A newish site with
very pleasant views. New toilet block with very spacious shower
cubicles. Harbury village about 1.5 miles away that boats 6 pubs
- also has several shops to restock good supplies.
Harbury Windmill nr Leamington Spa. An interesting and different
type of windmill about 400 years old. A great observation point
as can see for miles. The site overlooks the mounds and ditches
of the old roman town of Chesterton that lies next to the Fosse
Charlecote House, Warwickshire. Originally built 1558 and very
well preserved now part of the National Trust. Several good
campsites close by. Lots of fresh garden produce on sale.
Heritage Motor Museum nr Gaydon, Warwickshire. A great visit or stop
off point on a journey for a good 3 hours. Reminiscing all those
cars that we used to see - depending on how old you are. Easy
parking for Motorhomes.
The Greenway Cycle and Walking Trail whIch was an old
railway passing north to south past Stafford on Avon. A gentle 5
mile stretch south to the next village (although the trail goes
on a lot further) from the campsite on the Stratford Racecourse
to a pub
serving good food and beer, makes a nice lazy cycle ride!
Coughton Court a National Trust property near Redditch
makes a pleasant stop enroute (awkward access for caravans and
large motorhomes). Another big old house with plenty of
interesting history, many well kept gardens and plenty of open
spaces to walk.
Stratford on Avon apart from being the birthplace and final
resting place of Shakespeare makes a good days visit even for
non Shakespearean fans. Some good restaurants and old pubs, a
superb riverside park with all types of boat trips and boat
hire. A vast riverside park and a the tower of the Shakespeare
Theatre is worth a visit for the views over the town and
Easy to get to from the caravan site based on the Racecourse -
about a 20min walk or a traffic free cycle ride of about 10