Static Caravans For Sale in Worcestershire

Probably the best caravan park for miles.

The Worcestershire holiday home park.

If you are looking for a static caravan park, a holiday home, or a rural getaway in Worcestershire, Bank Farm holiday park is the perfect place to visit.

On the banks of the river Severn.

Bank Farm is in upper Arley, a tiny Worcestershire hamlet, just a short walk from Arley Station. The Severn Valley Steam Railway runs along the edge of our park. We are set on the banks of the river Severn which flows alongside the Steam Railway Line. Bewdley in Worcestershire is our closest town which is just 10 minutes away. The Severn Valley stretches from mid Wales to the river’s mouth where it joins the sea at Bristol and there are footpaths that run the full lenght of from the Welsh mountains to the coast.

Visit Worcester.

The county city is Worcester, which is in the centre of Worcestershire, it’s such a great place to visit and is just 20 miles from Bank farm Holiday Park. Worcestershire has many static caravan parks but we hope you will think Bank Farm is one of the very best.

Bank Farm has brilliant facilities.

Most Worcestershire static caravan parks won’t have a list of facilities to top Bank farm‘s which include:

How far is Worcestershire from you?

Bank Farm is the ideal location for many residents of Birmingham and the Black Country, it’s only about an hours drive to Bank Farm, yet once here you are in the most beautiful rural location. The farm is on the edge of the Wyre Forest with miles of tracks, trails and footpaths to explore. We are on the Shropshire border with so much countryside to enjoy.

Amazing fact!

Did you know “Around 150,000 bottles of Worcestershire Sauce are produced in Worcester every day*.” *From Visit Worcestershire. It’s probably Worcester’s most famous product but there’s so much more to explore and visit in Worcestershire including Worcester Cathedral, Worcester County Cricket Ground, Worcester Race Course, Worcester Guildhall, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, Worcester Commandery and The Tudor House Museum.

The track down to the equestrian centre