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Shropshire Farmhouses: Experience a Vacation Like No Other

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Church Farm camping area is a private camping area in rural Shropshire, brings quaint rural life and all the amenities of home. The privately owned farm house on the property adds to the atmosphere of this quaint rural camping.

Telford Caravan Storage and Campsites

If you are looking for your next camping get away; you may want to consider a trip to the Telford Campsite at Church Farms. The lovely farm house and its surrounding area will bring you to a peace of mind that you may have thought was forgotten. It is a place where things are simpler and time seems to slow down. It is the perfect holiday adventure if daily life is too busy and full of tasks to do.

The farm house and its lovely surroundings are not the only thing that you will be able to take in on your visit to Church Farms; there is as well, the history of the area. From the farm you will have a lovely view of the famous Wrekin Hill and all of its surrounding fields. In the area you will find that there is a wealth of nature and nothing to set aside. If you want a day of hiking you can take a trip to Wrekin Hill walk around the Iron Age fort as well as see the Wrekin Beacon, which you can see for miles around at night.

If you are a lover of a good fishing experience; you will not be disinterested in this area, there are course lakes, pond and trout ponds in the area that are sure to satisfy the cravings of even the most avid of fresh water fishermen. When you have your catch you can rest assured that bringing it back to camp to fry with chips by the camp fire is perfectly fine; with camp fires allow at the campsites.

The history of the area is deep rooted in the atmosphere with the town of Shrewsbury nearby, which was the birthplace of Charles Darwin. So, you will be able to take in a bit of Darwinism and walk in his footsteps. There are also remains of the Roman town Viroconium Cornoviorum, which lie nearby and can still be seen today. Part of the old public baths can be seen as well and are referred to locally as the "Old Work". This is only a small part of the history that you will find in the area to suite your tastes, and if history is not your forte, you will be able to enjoy wonderful sights and sounds that the English country side has to offer you.

If you are wanting to go for a night out, or just to enjoy a pint at a pub and maybe a little grub; you will be pleased to know that there are several neighborhood pubs to be found locally that will be pleased to several two or a few, new guests. There are also some nearby towns that can offer you dinning for you delight, as long as you get back to your campsite before midnight. You may not have to hurry too much, but you may not want to miss a midnight tea camp-side by a warm camp fire.

If you have a caravan and are need of storage; you will find that Church Farm also has caravan storage available to suite your needs. This lovely family owned farm, with genuine people to serve you if you should have any questions in need of answers.


Author Bio

John Hendrix is a travel writer and author who writes about various campsites across England. Today i want to share my lovely experience with one of the campsites that i have visited recently. Shropshire Campsite located at Churchfarm, which is only a few minutes from Telford, Ironbridge and Shrewsbury is one of the best campsites in U.K.People who like to travel using a caravan should visit Telford campsite at Church Farms for your next camping. For more information visit

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