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Here we have listed some common questions we get asked by our guests but feel free to ask if we haven’t answered your query here…

Q: Do all of your campsite pitches have electric hook up?
A: Yes all of our 17 hard-standing pitches and 23 grass pitches have electric hook-up.

Q: Is there hard-standing pitches for caravans?
A: Yes we have hard standing and we recommend all large campervans, motorhomes or caravans use hard-standing areas.

Q: Am I allowed an awning?
A: Yes we have grass areas next to the caravan hard standing pitches for awnings.

Q: Do you allow campervans and motorhomes?
A: Yes we do.

Q: What time can I arrive / have to leave by?
A: Arrivals are after 1pm and your pitch must be vacated by 11am on the day of your departure.

Q: Can I bring my dog with me?
A; Yes dogs are allowed. We ask that dogs are kept under close control and on a lead in communal areas. There are local walks in the woods and a park, 2 minutes walk away to exercise your dog. Please pick up any mess after you dog at all times.

Q: Are children allowed?
A: Yes, we are a very family-friendly campsite and we have a small onsite adventure play area for children. We have baby change facilities in the shower block.

Q: Can I bring my own BBQ or firepit?
A: Yes, you can but we only ask that these are high enough off the ground not to damage and scorch the camping pitch areas. We also have firepits to hire onsite and sell fire wood.

Q: Is there an onsite shop?
A: Yes we have a small shop selling camping essentials, snacks and drinks.

Q What food does the café sell?
A: Our new onsite café sells breakfast baps, baguettes, pizza, burgers, chips, Barista style coffee and cakes.

Q Is there a ‘Quiet Time’ onsite?
A: Yes we ask that all noise is kept to a minimum between 10pm and 8am, so all of our campers have a great stay.

How To Find Us

We can’t wait to welcome you to Greenacres


If you are coming down the M50 you will likely get off on the A40. Once on the A40 do not get off at Goodrich or Symonds Yat – the roads are narrow and windy and not at all suitable for caravans or campervans! It is better to travel on down to Monmouth and take the A4136 towards Staunton and Coleford. Do not be tempted to follow satnav along the A466. The A4136 will take you through the village of Staunton and then you will see a turning right towards Coleford – the B4228. Take that turning right and travel about half a mile and you will come to a crossroads where again, you need to turn right into Scowles Road. We are half a mile down Scowles Road.

From the M5 and M4 you will come over the old Severn Bridge M48 towards Chepstow and pick up the A48 to Lydney. In Lydney you get the B4231 and stay on that road until you come to the junction with the B4228 – turn right and travel through the town of Coleford – you will pass 2 sets of traffic lights and once you have left Coleford you will come to the same crossroads mentioned above but this time turn left down Scowles Road.

Most SatNavs bring you right here.

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