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Welcome to Stratford Touring Park

The Hidden Gem in the Heart of Warwickshire

With so much to see and do make Stratford-upon-Avon your next destination  

NEWS

Please keep checking this website for further information as we get it!

No Toilet, Shower, wash-up or Launderette facilities will be available until further notice.

Due to the Restrictions will Not be taking bookings for any unit that does Not have on-board facilities, these will generally be Tents, Trailer Tents and Campervans. 

Due to Covid there are restrictions when booking your unit for Race Days.

We only allocate so many pitches to pitchup so that we can manage the park around Race days and Events, Please telephone the park direct to get upto date information on availability. 

The Touring Park

Located on the western fringes of Stratford-upon-Avon, within the grounds of the Racecourse, the main touring park is flat and spacious offering a rural location for you to simply stop off for a few days or maybe take in a race day with camping included.

Close to the banks of the peaceful River Avon and set in the Shakespearean countryside, Stratford-on-Avon Racecourse Touring Park is only 20-30 minutes' gentle walk from the thespian tours and treats of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Our 120 grass level pitches offer space and comfort for motorhomes and caravans to pitch up giving you plenty of room to kick back and relax.

Stratford-upon-Avon

From the Racecourse within easy walking distance guests can explore Literary Stratford-upon-Avon, The town is a popular tourist destination owing to its status as the birthplace of playwright and poet William Shakespeare. Apart from the town centre, Maybird Shopping Park, usually referred to locally as "The Maybird Centre" or simply "The Maybird", is a large shopping centre situated on Birmingham Road approximately a ten-minute drive from the Racecourse, consisting among others Tesco Store, B&Q, WH Smith and Argos. The Rosebird Centre is a much smaller shopping centre located on Shipston Road, consisting of Waitrose a pet shop and a pharmacy/GP surgery.

Henley Street

Henley Street, one of the town's oldest streets, underwent substantial architectural change between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. John Shakespeare's large half timbered dwelling, purchased by him in 1556, was in 1564 the birthplace of his son William. The street has the Christmas Shop which tourists flock to whether it be the season of good will or mid summer, a grotto of which Santa's little helpers would be happy to work!

William Shakespeare

There are five houses relating to Shakespeare's life which are owned and cared for by the Shakespeare's Birtplace Trust. These include Halls Croft (the one-time home of Shakespeare's daughter, Susanna, and her husband Dr John Hall and Nash's House, which stands alongside the site of  New Place which was owned by Shakespeare himself, wherein he died. In Shottery is Anne Hathaways Cottage, the home of Shakspeare's Wife's family prior to her marriage. Mary Arden's Farm, the family home of his mother, is in Wilmcote. Elsewhere in the district are farms and buildings at Snitterfield, that belonged to the family of Shakespeare's father. The Royal Shakespeare Company resides in Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre. 

River Avon & Bancroft Gardens

Bancroft Basin, on the the Stratford-Upon-Avon Canal lies in the heart of historic Stratford. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and the River Avon, Picnic spots can be found along the riverside and in Bancroft Gardens. Takin a pleasure cruise along the river or simply stroll along the river bank watching the many canal boats gently pass by. The nearby Recreation ground offers the sporty among you the opportunity to catch some cricket whilst basking in the summer sunshine or if sitting around doesn't suit, for the more energetic maybe partake in some tennis.

Historic Pubs

The Garrick Inn is reputedly the oldest pub in Stratford, with an inn existing on the site since medieval times. The Dirty Duck located along Waterside, is a popular pub for actors performing at the nearby RSC theatres.

Local Attractions

The Mechanical Art and Design museum, but better known as MAD museum, is a museum in Henley Street of "brilliant-but-bonkers machines". Other attractions include the Butterfly Farm, which is on the eastern side of the river and the Bancroft Gardens and Stratford Armouries located three miles (4.8 km) from the centre of Stratford on Gospel Oak Lane.

Further afield you will find Historic Warwick with its medieval castle and theme park, Royal Leamington Spa with its Regency buildings and shopping boulevards and the Cities of Coventry and Birmingham with its excellent transport links.

Coventry City of Culture 2021

Coventry is UK City of Culture! From May 2021, the city will be at the heart of a year-long spectacle of events, music, dance, theatre, and cultural celebration. The Heart of Coventry is around 30 minutes drive from Stratford Racecourse, A bus service directly into the city passes past the Racecourse (see stagecoach website for timetables and journey time).

The Greenway

Linking Stratford-upon-Avon and Long Marston, Stratford Greenway follows the course of the old Honeybourne railway line. Both cyclists and walkers can follow the route where you can spot wild plants such as walnut trees, cowslips, knapweed, wild carrot and tansy. The path starts from the Racecourse at Seven Meadows Road. More information follow link > https://www.sustrans.org.uk/find-a-route-on-the-national-cycle-network/stratford-greenway/

Race Meetings

For those who enjoy the odd flutter maybe a bottle of bubbly to celebrate your win on the gee gees. You will receive free race-meeting tickets tacked onto your pitch price if you book for two or three days, one of which is the race day.

Rallies

Rallies of all sizes are welcome and can be adequately accommodated on one of our many areas of the Racecourse, tailored to your particular needs we can also offer rooms for hire for your AGM or get together’ and catering facilities where required

Tariff for Touring & Camping

Per unit, per night. Prices are for pitching your unit, you may however place on your pitch ancillary equipment such as a PUP tent, Toilet/Shower tent, vehicle, Awning. We insist that guests do not use any of these as a means of sleeping occupancy.

Facilities such as Toilets and Showers are offered for free and do not form part of the price you pay for pitching your unit on Stratford Touring Park or the Racecourse. Trailer Tents are classed as Tents.

* When booking for Race Days, we offer 2x free Centre Course Tickets as part of your pitch price, One of the Nights of your stay must be the Race Day to qualify. [Minimum stay 2 Nights]

Grass Pitch for Caravan/Motorhome/Campervan/4 Berth Tent [Non-Electric] £17

Recreational Vehicle [over 10mtrs, Non-Electric] £22 

Jumbo Tents [Non-Electric only] £20

Small 1/2 Berth Tent [Non-Electric] £12

Access to Electric Hook-up Extra £3.00

Stratford Touring Park is independently run by Stratford Racecourse Limited with no affiliation to any of the UK camping or Caravan Clubs.                                   

Address & Sat Nav

Stratford Touring Park

Stratford-on-Avon Racecourse

Luddington Road

Stratford-Upon-Avon

Warwickshire

CV37 9SE

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