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Visitor Reviews - Riverside Caravan Park

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Riverside Caravan Park
Little Clevelode
Malvern
Worcestershire   (Browse area)
WR13 6PE   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01684 310475

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Pitches: 90
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 33 Reviews
              8/10 from 33 Reviews


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Reviews:  33 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Rockmeamadeus 2 reviews from this member

This really is the camp site by which all others should be judged in terms of cleanliness and upkeep. The grass in the touring field is cut and trimmed, the washing up room (fully enclosed) and showers are spotless. The play area is well kept and maintained. Hookups are all regularly spaced and convenient for the pitches. The wardens are helpful and in the evening drive round in a little buggy and ask you if everything is ok.

The down side is that it is next to another site, owned by the same people, which is currently under development so at 9, 00 am there was some noise from a digger. It really was not too bad. A second point is that if you want to walk anywhere this is not the site for you. It is three miles from Malvern and one mile from the nearest pub and the walk is along quite busy roads. In addition, The touring field is not that level unless you are at the bottom of the field. Finally, the grey water drain was in an area which was too narrow for us to confidently back our motor home into.

If you want a clean site with spotless, well maintained, facilities and a peaceful atmosphere this is the site for you.

Date of Visit: March 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Moomin76 11 reviews from this member

We have just spent Easter weekend at Riverside. If only the weather hadn't been so awful we would have had a fantastic weekend. Storm Katie gave us a bit of a battering!

We didn't use the toilets or showers as we use our own facilities so cannot comment on them.

Pros to start with - very friendly welcome, lovely location and great play area for the children. Lots of space to run around. The EHU bollards are certainly the smartest we have ever seen and having water taps on them as well was very handy.

A couple of cons unfortunately, which have taken this down to a 9* star review rather than 10. We were pitched at the top end, which as a pp has mentioned was very steep. The front to back was nearly more than the jockey wheel could cope with. Left to right was certainly more than my usual ramps could cope with. The site could do with some terracing. The other problem with being at the top was the distance from the waste water and chemical disposal points. It's a fair old trek down the hill. We did resort to driving down there when the weather was at its worst!

All in all, a great site that we will definitely be returning to. Particularly good for families.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Dirkio 1 review from this member

I would love to be giving this site a 9/10 score and if they build a shop then one day I can. The only reason to state this so bluntly at the front of the review is that compared to many sites I have stayed on, the lack of a basic or better shop was a big letdown on an otherwise top visit. The nearest village Callow End for a store is a drive rather than easy walk and supermarkets are 20 minutes away.

In general this site had a great friendly family vibe with the excellent large open plan field working very well to make the site attractive and give very generous plots. We were pitched at the top end on a significant slope that was at the upper limit of being acceptable. We would slowly slide out of bed at night and cooking was tricky without building leg leveling feet on our cooking furniture. But on the plus side the view from the top of the hill towards the Malvern hills and the large camping field was excellent.

Top marks too to the children's play equipment. Plenty of variety and perfect for my 9 year old although maybe not as much choice or suitability for children 5 and below. The siting of the playground gives it excellent visibility for any tent pitch giving mum and dad some assurance while junior is off playing in the park.

More top marks to the dog exercise field which is huge and bang next door to the main field.

The site club/bar is attached to the static caravan section of the park. Owing to the topography of the site, it is tucked away down a hill from the tent field and feels like a different site altogether. There is certainly a decent small bar and pub grub on offer. It was a very busy and noisy bank hol weekend when we were there but the hill and trees almost block out all the noise from the club and you could easily camp in a tent and not know it exists.

The toilet block is small but this never seemed to suffer with overcrowding so that is not a criticism. The showers were nice and hot and ran continuous rather than a push on demand annoying button. However the cubicles lacked a stool or shelf to put things. Such a small thing to mention but would make a big difference as without this you are forever doing a balancing act to dry and not end up with saturated clothes.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Grandad Kenny 4 reviews from this member

The site is obviously well managed and looked after by a good warden and security guard come handy man. Toilets are very clean but there are not many of them, two showers providing lots of hot water but with only 7 pitches occupied there was a queue, not sure what this would be like in summer. The touring field is very sloping, I watched one caravanner searching around for bricks to put under his wheel and legs and it did not look at all safe when he had finished. There is a tap on each pitch but no drainage for waste water, I would suggest investing in this as a caravanner would use their own facilities maybe, and it is a long way to pull a full waste water container to the disposal point. There is a good play park and lots of space for youngsters to play, large field for walking dogs and a nice walk along the river accessed through the static van area, unfortunately there are four things which go against this site in my opinion, the slope of the touring area, the lack of a shop, no wi Fi whatsoever and lots of e cigs being smoked in the bar whilst excellent food is being served and kids are in the room. Good location for sight seeing around the area but not for walking out or cycling on the busy country roads. In summary, the staff are friendly and very helpful but the site is sadly lacking some fairly basic facilities and in essence is geared up to supporting the 70 odd permanently pitched tourers and the 80 odd statics

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Saliboti 17 reviews from this member

We stayed at this campsite for 1 night while visiting the Three Counties Show. The owners were very friendly and pointed out where things were upon our arrival. It was a lovely site with lots of caravans and a huge field for tents. There were a couple of washblocks at different ends of the site and a club house which had a bar and served light meals. The campsite was very secure and it had a barrier on the main gates which was shut during the night. However, if you were late back in there was a number that you could call to be let back in. The washblocks were clean and there were plenty of toilets and sinks. The showers were good and even though the site was fairly busy, there was no queue. We had a really good night sleep here, and it was very quiet during the night. A lovely place to stay.

Date of Visit: May 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Dave burns 1 review from this member

We visited this site after a ten year break from touring. Its a great site. A warm welcome on arrival. The touring area is separate to the seasonal pitches and is spacious and well laid out. The grass was fresh cut.

The site looks as if it has had a recent refurb. The toilets and showers are new and spotless clean.

We visited the bar area and again it looks like a recent refurb has been done. We did not eat here but the food being served looked good and we will try it when we visit again.

A security barrier comes down at 8pm and entry after that is by use of a fob, so everyone feels secure.

Lots to do in the area so all in all this is a great site.

We will certainly visit again.

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