Shropshire breakaway

Campervan Hire to Explore Shropshire with Easicampers

If you’re looking to explore the beautiful county of Shropshire in England, hiring a campervan from Easicampers can provide you with the freedom and flexibility to create your own adventure. With its picturesque countryside, historic towns, and stunning natural landscapes, Shropshire offers a wide range of attractions and activities for campervan travelers. In this guide, we’ll explore the benefits of campervan hire, highlight some of Shropshire’s must-visit destinations, and provide useful tips for your trip.

  1. Campervan Selection: Contact Easicampers to inquire about the campervans they have available for hire. They typically offer a range of campervan models to suit different group sizes and preferences. Consider factors such as the number of berths, the layout and amenities of the campervan, and any specific requirements you may have, such as a shower or cooking facilities.
  2. Booking Process: Check Easicampers’ availability and booking procedures. It’s advisable to make your reservation well in advance, especially during peak travel seasons. Provide the necessary details, including your preferred pick-up and drop-off dates, and any optional extras you may need, such as bedding or kitchen equipment. Be sure to clarify any additional charges or deposits required.
  3. Campsites and Wild Camping: Research and plan your campsites in advance. Shropshire offers a variety of campsites, ranging from basic facilities to more luxurious options with amenities like electric hook-ups and shower blocks. If you prefer wild camping, ensure that it’s permitted in the areas you plan to visit, and follow the local guidelines and codes of conduct for responsible wild camping.
  4. Must-Visit Destinations in Shropshire:
  5. Shrewsbury: Start your journey in Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire. Explore its medieval streets, visit the historic Shrewsbury Castle, and take a stroll along the picturesque River Severn.
  6. Ironbridge Gorge: Discover the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution at Ironbridge Gorge. Visit the Iron Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the various museums and attractions that showcase the region’s industrial heritage.
  7. Ludlow: Make a stop at Ludlow, a charming market town known for its medieval castle and renowned food scene. Enjoy a meal at one of the town’s many excellent restaurants or explore its independent shops and traditional markets.
  8. The Shropshire Hills: Venture into the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Explore the Long Mynd, Stiperstones, and Carding Mill Valley, offering stunning landscapes, walking trails, and opportunities for wildlife spotting.
  9. Much Wenlock: Visit Much Wenlock, a picturesque town with a rich history. Explore the ruins of Wenlock Priory and learn about the town’s connection to the modern Olympic Games.
  10. Bridgnorth: Stop by Bridgnorth, a town divided into High Town and Low Town by the River Severn. Ride the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway, visit the ruins of Bridgnorth Castle, and enjoy the town’s unique atmosphere.
  11. Driving in Shropshire: Familiarize yourself with the local driving regulations and road conditions in Shropshire. Many roads in rural areas can be narrow and winding, so drive with caution, especially when maneuvering a larger vehicle like a campervan. Take note of any height or weight restrictions, and plan your routes accordingly to avoid any unsuitable roads or low bridges.
  12. Essential Supplies and Equipment: Stock up on essential supplies such as food, water, and toiletries before setting off on your journey. Depending on your campervan’s amenities, consider bringing camping equipment, cooking utensils, bedding, and outdoor furniture to enhance your camping experience. Check with Easicampers about the equipment provided with the campervan rental and what you may need to bring yourself.
  13. Respect the Environment: Practice responsible tourism and respect the natural environment in Shropshire. Leave no trace, dispose of waste properly, and follow the countryside codes. Be mindful of noise levels in campsites and wild camping spots to preserve the tranquility of the surroundings and be considerate of local residents and fellow campers.
  14. Safety and Security: Ensure your campervan is equipped with safety essentials such as fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, and carbon monoxide detectors. Secure your belongings when leaving the campervan and follow general safety precautions for camping trips, such as keeping valuables out of sight and locking doors and windows when you’re away.
  15. Return the Campervan: Coordinate with Easicampers regarding the return of the campervan. Follow any instructions they provide for refueling, cleaning, and returning the vehicle in the agreed-upon condition. Inspect the campervan for any damages and report them to the rental company if necessary.

Remember, this guide provides general information for exploring Shropshire with a campervan and may not specifically reflect Easicampers’ policies and procedures. Contact Easicampers directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding their campervan hire services. Enjoy your adventure in Shropshire and make lasting memories exploring this captivating county!

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