Clun Valley Camping, situated in Newcastle which is in the South Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an ideal location for those that wish to enjoy the countryside on foot.
There are a number of local paths to keep you off the roads and out of the traffic. The Shropshire Walking website has details of routes across the county.
Within easy reach of the campsite there are significant sections of a number of long distance footbaths with The Offa’s Dyke path being the closest and perhaps the the best known.
Other routes include:
- The Shropshire Way
- The Jack Mytton Way
- The Kerry Ridgeway
- The Glyndwr Way
Offa’s Dyke Path – The National Trail
The Path runs for 177 miles from Sedbury Cliffs on the Severn Estuary near Chepstow to the North Wales resort of Prestatyn on Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles it follows the course of the Eighth Century Offa’s Dyke earthwork.
A significant section of the path between Knighton and Montgomery passes close by Newcastle making Clun Valley Camping an ideal place to stay.