Up To Nature is sited in the picturesque Thistledown, Woodchester Park (Gloucestershire), with camping at the award-winning Thistledown Farm.
Woodchester Park is a tranquil woodland run by the National Trust. Passed through several generations of families, it was once a deer park, and houses an unfinished Victorian Gothic mansion inhabited by rare bats. The site is home to four man-made lakes, and was once a training base for WW2 soldiers.
Thistledown Farm is a working farm and an award-winning campsite spread across a series of pastures and woodland on the edges of Woodchester Park.
‘No. 1 scenic campsite’ The Guardian, Cool Camping, 2011
Festival camping site: Thistledown Farm
Tinkley Lane, Stonehouse, Nympsfield, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire GL10 3UH
By car or campervan
Thistledown Farm is easily reached via motorways, including an approx. 45min journey from Bristol, using the M5.
There are regular trains from London to Stroud. From Stroud Train Station, take a 15 minute taxi drive to Thistledown, Woodchester Park.
There are also regular trains from Bristol to Cam & Dursely, which is a 15 minute taxi drive to Thistledown, Woodchester Park.