Niko (July 2023)
“Lovely site in a lovely area”
We only stayed overnight as the weather had turned very wet so we decided to head for home. Greenacres was a wonderful contrast to the very basic campsite we’d come from further south & we’ll definitely return next year. Despite the heavy rain the facilities were very clean & are of a high quality. The Forest of Dean is beautifully wooded with footpaths everywhere & we fancy canoeing along the river Wye too. No Wifi & the whole area seemed to be a bit of a mobile phone black hole though!
Mrs J Jackson (Oct 2020)
“Weekend for walking”
First time at Greenacres and thoroughly enjoyed the surroundings and walking through The Forest of Dean which was made even better by coming back to the site to sit around a fireplace on a lovely autumnal evening. Site was busy but quiet and well kept. Would highly recommend Greenacres.
D Wykes (Oct 2020)
“Wonderful campsite, a hidden gem”
Ideal campsite to explore Forest of Dean and surrounding area. Flat and spacious pitches for tents, electric hook-up, modern and clean facilities, quiet site. We loved our stay and will definitely return. COVID 19 precautions and extra cleaning helped make us feel safe during our stay.
Mrs R Newborough (Sep 2020)
“Lovely small friendly campsite”
Good clean facilities. Friendly staff. Very tidy and well looked after site. Good field space for games etc. Barbecue rental and wood available. Plenty of walks direct from site. Couple of decent pubs nearby.
P Oldham (Sep 2020)
Great location, walks straight from the site into the forests or into town (The town is very functional but a little sad looking, this may be due to the current situation.) The sites facilities where very well managed and the best we have seen during the covid crisis and that includes club sites. The site was very dog friendly but I must say the 3 stiles we had to negotiate for the town walk and forest walk were NOT dog friendly and would be very difficult if our dog was any bigger, but this is probably no fault of the sites but of the owners of the land you walk through. Overall a very pleasant stay and great facilities, thank you.
Mr D Shires (Sep 2020)
“Lovely relaxed campsite”
The receptionist was very welcoming. The toilet/shower facilities were immaculately clean and were following all guidelines re hand sanitizer etc A lovely mix of motorhomes, caravans and tents spread over several fields. A very relaxing environment
“Lovely, relaxing breakaway”
A very clean and relaxing park due to the circumstances felt safe and relaxed would highly recommend.
Mr A McClellan (Aug 2020)
“Very tidy site”
Really tidy, facilities were all new, staff really friendly. Everyone was well spaced out. Would definitely go back.
A great location for walking. Super clean, Covid safe and very friendly and helpful staff.
Mr C Ricketts (Aug 2020)
We had a lovely stay and our children loved the fire pit to toast their marshmallows! Very friendly, helpful staff.
Clean family site in lovely area.
J Rothery (Aug 2020)
“nice relaxing break”
very good site quite rural location will definitely come again.
I Keetley (Jul 2020)
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.