Worfe Camping

UK England West Midlands Shropshire Ironbridge

  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
A riverside meadow with just six pitches for tents and campervans, each with its own toilet, shower and fire pit – and an unlimited supply of logs

Campfire-friendly, grassy, off-grid camping pitches are the daily bread of Cool Camping sites. The back-to-basics approach to camping tends to be the one we’re most at home with as it ensures pleasingly natural surroundings and a limited impact on the environment. But over at Worfe Camping, they’ve managed a neat trick: offering camping that’s simultaneously souped-up and pared back. Each pitch is grassy and off-grid with an oh-so natural feel (that’s the pared-back bit) but comes with a fire pit, a picnic bench, an eco loo, a hot water shower, and an unlimited supply of firewood. That’s Cool Camping for 'souped up'.

These pitches are not just souped-up, though; they’re also well located. Each pitch sits riverside with a view across the water to free-range, rare breed pigs. Worfe Camping, and those snuffling porkers, are part of Valley Farm in the Shropshire countryside. Looking after it all are Anne and Tim. They’ll be the ones to show you in, to answer any questions, and perhaps to sell you a banger for the barbecue. But buy them with a warning: the Valley Farm rare breed pork sausages are so lip-smackingly tasty that once you've tried one, you might not be able to return to the common or supermarket variety.

There are just six pitches sharing a huge seven-acre wildflower meadow here adding to the feeling that you’ve found a special spot. Four are the riverside tent pitches and two are in a slightly loftier position in the field, reserved for the campervans and small motorhomes which are also welcome here. Campers have the run of the place; not only the camping meadow but all around the farm which is home to sheep and chickens, too. The quiet (no amplified music is allowed on-site), the birdsong, the farm animals, and the trickling Worfe River (more of a stream than somewhere you can swim) lend the place a rather relaxing vibe. If it rains, head for the Tack Room, a lovely undercover space where you can make tea, cook undercover, freeze ice packs and play games on the sofa.

There’s a good pub, The Smokey Cow, within daytime walking distance and a surprising amount to do on days out should you want to. There are lots of walking and cycling routes to Shropshire villages and market towns, but the big attraction is World Heritage-listed Ironbridge Gorge. Its many museums, famous bridge, and on-the-water activities are just seven miles from the site. A fair few National Trust properties, the David Austin Rose Garden, the Cosford RAF Museum, and Hoo Zoo are also within a few miles.



We want to provide a premium experience so in addition to a fire pit, we have equipped each jumbo pitch with an en suite a warm shower, eco-toilet, picnic table and awning.

Suitable For

 Tents, campervans or caravans


Ironbridge World Heritage site and its associated museums are nearby. Also Blists Hill Victorian Town, Museum of the Gorge, Coalport China Museum, Jackfield Tile Museum, Coalbrookedale Museum of Iron, Enginuity Museum, David Austin Roses, Cosford RAF Museum, Shropshire Raft Tours, Hoo Farm, National Trust Dudmaston Hall, Wrightwick Manor, Sunny Croft and Attingham Park. Local walks from the farm to Badgers Dingle, Shifnal, Beckbury, as well as many and varied cycle routes, along the River Severn. 

Food & Drink

The Smokey Cow, The Woodbridge Inn, The Dartmouth Arms,  Apley Farm Shop, David Austin Tea Rooms. Eighty sixth'd, The Furnace



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The Owner Says

Environmentally friendly camping in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, on ancient natural lay meadows. Each generous tent pitch on our site overlooks the River Worfe, beyond which you can see our rare breed black pigs, and includes a fire pit and all of the wood you will need to make those memories that will last for years to come.


Six pitches with private facilities for tents and campervans.

Panoramic Campervan Pitch

Grass pitch Sleeps 6 2 Available
Spacious Jumbo Pitch

Riverside Pitch

Grass pitch Sleeps 6 4 Available
Spacious Jumbo Pitch

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Contact Worfe Camping, Worfe camping,Valley Farm , Ryton Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 9JN

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Getting There

Junction 3 on M54 to Cosford / Albrighton, follow the signs to Ryton go over the bridge on the left hand side you will see a blue metal gate and Greener Camping sign. On Google maps: worfecamping. Bus 114 from Telford Bus Station. Bus 116 Shifnal to Bridgenorth. Leaves from Drayton Road Junction Shifnal / Jaspers Bar. Nearby Train stations, Shifnal, Albrighton and Telford.


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