The forest of Dean Gloucestershire /monmouth border

Discussion in 'Gloc' started by Poptop2, Apr 4, 2012.

  1. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    One of the places we liked to go to with our previous vws was the forest of Dean on the gloucester monmouth Border .

    It is a magical place with so much to see and do , there are miles of walking along the river ,symmonds yat a monumentally large rock that juts out over the river below , a old iron mine they call clearwell caaves which are fun for all age groups , there is a preserved steam train line that runs from Lydney , there are gardens mazes and shops galore .

    Well equipped campsites are abound some are run by the national trust and require booking , others are private or caravan and camping club , but nearly all are well equipped and cheap .

    This area is a forgotten gem , its not a busy touristy treadmill area just a chilled and beautiful place , it can be accessed from the m50 at Ross or monmouth , or from Gloucester down the old A48 at lydney or follow the signs for coleford .

    i highly recommend this area its waiting to be explored by foot , boat , steam train or van , don't take my word for it why don't you check it out yourself this summer -- you won't regret it .

    some Dr who bits were filmed here :),r:9,s:39,i:243

    Enjoy and send me a postcard ;)
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  2. We're Going next week, after looking at your post we can't wait 8)

    Lets just hope the weather gods are with us ;)

    Thanks for the info,it looks stunning

  3. :D I was born here in Coleford.

    Still have lots of family in the area
  4. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

  5. We usually go to Clearwell caves at Xmas times, it's fab ... The kids love it
  6. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    halloweens good too :)

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