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When is the campsite open?

We are open from March to end of September.


Do I have to book ahead?

Yes, please check availability and book online through our Booking Form..


Are there set pitches?

There are no set pitches.  We have plenty of room so please just pitch up where you feel happy 🙂   

‘Zoned’ areas for larger family groups (10+) can be organised with prior arrangement, subject to availability. Please click HERE to see a map of the Zones or call/email for more info.


What time can we arrive, and when do we have to depart?

Arrival from 2pm and departure by 11am on respective arrival and departure days.

Days charges of £3/person apply outside of those times – please pay at the office or café. 

An entrance barrier which will be closed overnight for security reasons. If you need to exit, please drive up to it, and it will open.


When is considered your quiet time?

At 9:30pm we consider those campers wishing to sit around the campfire will be talking quietly so as not to disturb those who wish to get to sleep.

Music must be kept to an absolute minimum with a strict NO MUSIC RULE AFTER 10:00PM


 Am I allowed to take my dog to the campsite?

Yes, but make sure you keep them on a lead AT ALL TIMES whilst on the campsite, and please clean up any mess!  We have a fabulous dog walking path around our adjoining hay meadow, and plenty of neighbouring footpaths and walks.


Am I allowed a campfire and BBQ?

Yes campfires and BBQ’s are allowed in the areas provided.


Do you sell firewood and kindling?  Do you hire firepits too?

Yes, we sell firewood and kindling, please see a member of staff.  If you need a firepit we have those to rent for a small fee.


Am I allowed to bring a campervan onto the site?

Yes, campervans, folding campers, trailer tents and small motorhomes are allowed on site.  🙂 

(Sorry, planning restrictions mean NO caravans onsite) 


Is there a reception?

Yes, there is a wooden office onsite.  On arrival please check-in at the office or at the café next to it.  If both are unmanned, please pitch up and pop by later to check-in.


Do you hire out canoes?

Yes, ‘Hereford Canoe Hire’ have their operating base at Tresseck Campsite.

Please click HERE to check their availability and to book.


Do you have a chemical toilet disposal point?

Yes, we have an Elsan point for waste disposal.


Do you have showers onsite?

Sorry, no showers, just our swanky new vacuum toilet toilet block.  However the river is very clean and refreshing!


Do you have wheelchair access facilities?

Yes, we have a toilet and shower which are for wheelchair users only.


Where is the nearest place to buy food?

We have a small café and bar on site selling breakfast baps, fresh coffee, burgers, chicken & chips, chilli & chips, chocolate crepes, ice creams, cold drinks and so much more!

The New Harp Inn is just a 2 minute walk across the field, and serves good food from lunchtime onward.  Please call ahead to book a table: 01432 840900.

It also has a small shop which sells basic goods. 

Otherwise Ross-on-Wye (10 mins by car) or Hereford (20 mins) both have major supermarkets.



Do you have electric hookup?

Sorry, there is no electric to the pitches.  


Do you have recycling on site?

Yes, we have recycling for glass, tin cans and cardboard.

 I’m a first time camper – where can I find some helpful tips?

Here’s a website with some really useful information: http://www.wonderfulwellies.co.uk/camping-checklist-guide/

Site Rules

This is first and foremost a family campsite.  Kids & their families just love it!  Unruly and unsociable behaviour will not be tolerated, and campers who do not consider the needs of other campers and our village neighbours will be asked to leave.

  • We are a licenced premises, and in order to protect our licence no one under the age of 18 is to permitted to consume alcohol at the campsite.

  • We operate a zero-tolerance policy to drug use on our campsite and anyone suspected of taking drugs will be asked to leave and the matter reported to the police.

  • The flying of drones is not permitted on site for H&S and privacy reasons.

  • Bookings for single sex groups (e.g. stag or hen parties) are not accepted.

  • Camp fires can be lit but only in the obvious places provided

  • Wood is available to purchase at reception or café.

  • Please, no foraging for wood in the camp field or adjacent fields.

  • Swimming in the river is entirely at your own risk.  Please do not climb on to the bank the other side.  This is private property.

  • Dogs allowed but must be kept on a lead and under control whilst onsite, and all mess cleared up and put in the bins provided.

  • Fishing by permission of the owner only.  Permits must be purchased and fishermen must stay within the campsite curtilage.  Access to the river is at via  the canoe launch steps only.

  • Campervans are welcomed, but not caravans.  Sorry, council planning restrictions.

  • We respectfully ask that any noise or disturbance is kept to an absolute minimum, for the sake of fellow campers, their families and our surrounding villagers.

  • NO LOUD MUSIC on site as this disturbs the villagers, and may close the site.  NO MUSIC AT ALL AFTER 10pm.

Thank you for your co-operation.