Ebury Hill is a 3000-year-old Iron Age hill fort just outside of the historic town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire.
Ebury Hill is an interesting campsite.
It's a beautiful campsite, with lots of wooded areas and split levels. However, since it sits on an ancient monument, the Camping and Caravanning Club aren't allowed to build a toilet or shower block.
So, if you plan on staying in a tent, you'll want to bring your own portable toilet.
Of course, if you are in a caravan or motorhome, then you'll find the site does have water and waste disposal.
There are lots of level pitches on the site, with only a slight slope in places.
There are both hard standing and grass pitches with electric hook-ups.
Electric Hook-upsBoth grass pitches and hard standing pitches are available with Electric Hook-ups.
Facilities DetailsPlease note that this site has NO toilets and showers. Internet access is via the Club WiFi and may not be great in this rural location.
The campsite is open from the end of March or start of April, until the start of November.
On The Map
Please do not follow signs into Shrewsbury, especially if towing a caravan! The Camping and Caravanning Club have detailed directions that you can download or print.
AddressEbury Hill Campsite
Ebury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Ring Bank, Haughton