Located between Hereford and Hay-On-Wye, Preston Campsite is situated alongside the picturesque River Wye. With easy access for campers, glampers, canoeists and fishermen, Preston Campsite is the perfect location to gain access to the river and to escape the hustle and bustle of every day life.
The campsite at Preston-on-Wye is a location where you can truly escape. You are surrounded by the river, apple orchards and the 13th century church. The best thing is the unspoilt rural location where you have space to enjoy, away from the crowds.
Preston Campsite is located on a working farm, surrounded by an abundance of nature. Watch roaming sheep and cattle grazing, hares busily darting between fields, and even the resident swans going about their daily lives.
The perfect location to get access to the river Wye for canoeing, with a handy jetty for getting in and out of the river.
For people wanting to truly escape for a day or two, we offer canoeing on the river Wye. Enjoy an action packed day on the river, and then relax in one of our luxury, fully furnished bell tents. Not wanting luxury? Then rock up with your own gear and pitch up on site.
If you are looking for a campsite on the River Wye, right on the banks of the river, next to a beautiful ancient church and picturesque pond, then enjoy Preston Campsite. Our Bell Tent guests have free access to a toilet and shower block facility. Our traditional pitch guests have access to portable toilets, or for a small fee, access to the toilet and shower block.
Based directly on the banks of the River Wye, a mile outside of Preston-on-Wye, our site is the perfect place for canoeing the River Wye, kayaking, or scenic paddle boarding. Close to picturesque sections of the River Wye at Hay, Whitney and Monnington Falls, you can enjoy both tranquil and rapid parts of the river.
Away from the river, you can explore beautiful walks, including the Cat’s Back, walking along the Black Mountains. This walk traverses the Welsh and English border, where you can enjoy the views on one side of the very flat Herefordshire landscape, and on the other side the start of the Brecon Beacons.
If that all sounds a bit too active for you, just enjoy the open space of the countryside. If you fancy a potter, visit the pretty towns of Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Ledbury or Brecon.