Doward Park is a small family site located in the Wye Valley near Symonds Yat, between Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth.
The site is surrounded by woodland in a designated "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". The river, the forest and Symonds Yat are all within walking distance. A short stroll from the site and you can be in King Arthur's Cave - or sat on top of the Seven Sisters Rocks. There is a cyclepath from Symonds Yat East to Monmouth along the track of the old Wye Valley Railway, this is easily reached along the track which runs past the campsite down to the Biblins suspension bridge.
We have free hot showers, washing-up and laundry facilities on site, along with gas bottle exchange and a shop selling essentials.
There is a play area set in out own enclosed woods for the children.
Dogs accepted only if kept on leash All the time on-site and exercised off-site.
We do not accept group bookings.
We do not have Brochures - For more information visit our website.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: shop, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, children's play area
Pets are welcome.
Turn off the A40 at exit for Symonds Yat West (NOT east), then second exit at small roundabout and follow brown signs for Doward Park.
Turn off the A40 about 2 miles after Monmouth at exit signposted Crockers Ash, Ganarew and The Doward. This takes you back across the A40, turn left at T junction. Take first right after about 1/2 mile - easy to miss - it is first right turn next to a few houses. Follow signs up hill to Doward Park