Fforest Fields touring caravan and camping park is 6.5 km (four miles) from the historic market town of Builth Wells and the Royal Welsh Showground. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Heart of Wales provides some of the most peaceful and unspoilt countryside in Britain yet it is easy to get to.
The campsite is situated in the middle of a family owned hill farm and visitors are welcome to explore our lakes, woodland and moorland walks. There are thousands of acres of adjacent moorland rich in wildlife.
The campsite is four hectares (ten acres) and almost flat. The very large pitches are well spaced and cleverly set out within the landscaping so as to be screened from one another by trees and shrubs. There is a large overflow field, the Sports Field (called that because the local show is held on it on the first Saturday in September) It is less formal and has the most wonderful, wide ranging views. There are grass, all weather and hard standing pitches.
There are no static caravans, no swimming pool nor a clubhouse so the campsite remains nice and peaceful through the day and night! There is a fantastic community spirit though and plenty of opportunities to meet fellow outdoors lovers in the reception area or out and about on the campsite. Children love to cycle round the site and often lasting friendships are made.
A mountain stream gurgles its way through the site leading to shallow ponds and children love to play in the ponds, watch tadpoles or hunt for newts to peer at.
There are lots of electric hook-up points and an award winning toilet block where the hot water and showers are free, there are two family rooms and a disabled wet room. There is a drying room, laundry and washing-up room with deep sinks, washing machines, spin dryer and tumble dryers. There are both organic and chemical toilet disposal points.
There is a small shop selling simple essentials like milk and bread, fresh oranges, yogurts, eggs and the famous Bujok Bacon! There are also home grown sausages and now home grown pork burgers.
The grass pitches are kept closely mown and the many banks and wildlife areas left completely natural. There are masses of birds and small mammals that live in the havens of the hedgerows, wild banks and stream verges. Up in the woods overlooking the site there is even more to discover.