Old School Shropshire 

If you are after a relaxing and easy weekend or an action packed active break, then the beautiful Old School Campsite is ideal. It's only a short drive from the bustling old market town of Shrewsbury or the smaller, but perfectly formed, Church Stretton.  
Leave your car with us and you can be pitched up with electric hook up and the beers open within a couple of hours of collecting Wilma! 
 
You can access the Old School Shropshire Route and all it’s features here: 
 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
The Old School Campsite,  
Minsterley,  
Shropshire,  
SY5 0JQ 
bookings@theoldschoolcampsite.com 
01588 650351 
Description 
The site is close to the Welsh border and on the edge of the Shropshire Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 
Surrounded by stunning views and long walks through the picture perfect hills. 
Plenty of peace and quiet next to firepits or BBQ's that are available on site. 
The Old School Campsite is also home to Creative Outdoors. Which is an outdoor education and activity centre where specialists can provide a package to suit your needs. Whether you are looking for an adrenaline fix, getting in touch with you artistic side or some family fun there is something for everyone. 
 
Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block (and it's free!) 
Shop 

Things to do nearby 

An unbeleavable selection of activies on site and provided by the Ceative Outdoors Centre with the addition of Walks and Cycle routes in the surrounding Shropshire Hills.  
Clun Castle 
This English Herritage Castle is situated on the Welsh Shropshire border and has dramatic views of the river and town from it's position high on a rocky mound. 
 
Berrington Hall 
This National Trust Hall has been undergoing some massive restoration projects and is a must see for the History lovers amongst us. 
Wigmore Castle 
This one time stronghold was dismantled to prevent use during the Civil War but is now a remarkable ruin. Buried up to first floor by fallen masonry and earth but most of its fortifications survive to full height. 
 
Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd 
Take a walk across the heathland and enjoy the views across the Shropshire Hills and the Wildlife that thrives there, or simply play in the meandering stream in the bottom of the valley. 
Croft Castle and Parkland 
Well preserved National trust Castle and family home set in Parkland and with it's own Gardens, Orchards and Glasshouses. 
Ludlow Castle 
This is one of the finest medieval ruins in England. Set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside in the heart of the black & white market town of Ludlow. 
The Castle was once a Norman Fortress before it became a fortified Royal Palace and was originally built to hold back the Welsh. 
The Castle is open throughout the year for all to enjoy and is home to Ludlows many festivals. 
 
 
 
 
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