The 145 square mile forest is full of history, beauty and stunning wildlife. Originally a royal hunting preserve, the thriving working forest that you see today has survived for nearly 1000 years.
An extensive campsite within the northern boundary includes facilities for both tents and caravans. Savernake Forest is more than 1,000 years old and famous for its links with Henry VIII, the site is full of huge old oaks including the impressive Belly Oak.
Copper beech trees are a striking feature of Bracelands which has easy access to signposted forest trails. Ranger Activities are available and there is a Go Ape high ropes course in the forest 15 minutes' drive from the campsite.
Cashel offers breathtaking views of the loch and the surrounding Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. Campers can launch their boats directly from the site and explore the loch’s many small islands, many of which are privately owned.
There are marked footpaths and cycle routes throughout the forest. Campers can pitch in an open field or choose to be closer to one of the many copses on the site. Popular with families, Spiers House is a great place to stay in Yorkshire.
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