Tresseck Campsite

Tresseck Campsite

Tresseck Campsite is on the banks of the River Wye in the picturesque village of Hoarwithy, midway between Hereford and Ross-on-Wye.
This site is ideal if you’re looking for:

* Peace and tranquillity next to one of the UK’s most beautiful rivers
* A base from which to explore Herefordshire’s unspoilt countryside
* A first-time camping experience with the family
* A beautiful and peaceful spot to park your Campervan
* The perfect place to land & launch your canoe or SUP
* Ideal access to the river for wild swimming
* Camping around a real campfire
* A cost-effective ‘get-away’ to the country
* Access to the River Wye for fishing

The campsite is also ideal for schools, Scouts, Cubs, Brownies, Guides and Duke of Edinburgh camps.

Located on an old river meadow with plenty of space to 'stretch out’ the campsite is for tents and campervans only.  Facilities reflect that this is a campsite for ‘real’ campers and includes cold running water, loos and open campfire facilities. We even sell wood!

However, if cooking over an open stove is not your thing, the New Harp Inn is just 200m away!  Serving excellent food from 12 noon – 3pm and 6pm – 10pm, going hungry won’t be a problem.

We are delighted that in 2021 Hereford Canoe Hire are opening a second operating base from Tresseck Campsite to service our customers better!


1st March to 31st October.
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Dogs welcome
  • Parking

    • Private parking
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Tresseck Campsite

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Hoarwithy
Situated in the centre of Hoarwithy village, just below the church. Hoarwithy village is located midway between the market town of Ross-on-Wye 6 miles to the south and the city of Hereford 8 miles to the north. The campsite runs along the banks of the River Wye.

Caring For The Planet

We recycle all of our waste through our contractor Quickskip who are committed to reducing landfill waste by recycling and processing all of their skip waste. Quickskip operates a dedicated recycling centre at Rotherwas in Hereford to process all waste collected in their skips.
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)

Tresseck Campsite Recommends

The beautiful Italian-style Church of St Catherine in Hoarwithy is described as "the most impressive Victorian church in the county". The church is part of the popular circular 'Three Churches Walk' which crosses the Wye using the Victorian pedestrian suspension bridge between Sellack and Kings Caple churches.