Deer Park Campsite
The Eastnor Deer Park Campsite enjoys a peaceful setting overlooking Eastnor Castle at the foot of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Herefordshire.Download a map of the Deer Park
The Deer Park Campsite is open on selected dates from Easter until end of September for caravans, campervans, tents and motor homes.
For many years visitors have come to the Eastnor Deer Park Campsite to enjoy its beauty and tranquillity. It is a perfect site for families to relax and enjoy the quiet friendly atmosphere.
The Eastnor Deer Park Campsite is convenient for the Three Counties Show Ground and a few miles from J8 of the M5 and J2 of the M50. It is also the perfect base when exploring the local area or when travelling to the South West or Wales.
Eastnor Castle offers all camping and caravanning visitors, including rally groups, a half price family ticket for entry to Eastnor Castle and Grounds for a family of up to 2 adults and 3 children, during their stay, (subject to castle opening dates and times and not valid for ChilliFest).
The Deer Park Fishing Lakes are a popular site for complimentary fishing for all our caravan and camping guests.
|Open for camping on the following dates throughout 2019:||
Please kindly note that we were due to open the campsite for the August Bank Holiday weekend but have made the decision to keep it closed due to the condition of the land following a spell of bad weather.
|2019 Campsite Prices||
£9.50 per Motorhome, Caravan, Campervan, Trailer Tent or Tent
We offer all camping and caravanning visitors, including rally groups, a half-price family ticket for entry to Eastnor Castle for a family of up to 2 adults and 3 children, during their stay (subject to Castle opening dates and times and not valid for ChilliFest). “
“May we take this opportunity to thank you for allowing us to use your premises for the Caravan and Motorhome Club Herefordshire Centre Eastnor Chilli Festival Rally. All our ralliers who attended thought it was an excellent venue and we sincerely hope that we will be able to use these facilities again soon”