Welcome to Sytche Caravan and Camping

Full for caravans and motorhomes for Easter weekend


The Sytche Caravan and Camping site is situated a 10 minute walk from the historic town of Much Wenlock, known as the birthplace of the modern Olympic movement.

The site is on the limestone escarpment of Wenlock Edge in the Shropshire Hills AONB. It has fantastic countryside views in each direction and is an ideal base for walks and cycling. A public footpath runs through the lower end of the site and takes you in three different directions - town, Homer or to Wenlock Edge where you can walk for miles in woodland.

There are 40 pitches spread out over terraces, around 30 have hook-ups (10 or 16amp). There is a washing up area, shower and toilet facilities and a chemical waste disposal area. Our disabled toilet/shower has a 19" high toilet bowl and a shower a wheelchair can easily enter.

We welcome well behaved dogs, but we ask that they are kept on a lead on the site and NOT walked around the campsite to go to the loo, as some people aren't as keen on dogs. Please exercise them off the site - lots of footpaths just through the kissing gate. And if there is a doggy accident, obviously please pick it up - stepping doggy doo into your caravan is not a positive experience!

Our arrival times are between 2pm and 7.30pm (dusk when this is earlier), but speak to us if you need to come outside of those times.

We ask that noise is kept to a minimum after 10pm and no noise after 11pm as even voices really carry when you are in a tent!





Stopped there for 4 nights, only meant to stop 2 nights, fab site - very clean and tidy, wardens very helpful and always a lovely smile from them. Would go back again, no probs.

frank roberts, dudley.

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