Getting Here

Our campsite is situated on the bank of the River Wye at Ballingham, midway between Ross on Wye and Hereford. We are able to use this wonderful setting courtesy of Henry and Esther Rudge at Ballingham Court Farm

Please take these instructions with you and a decent map of the surrounding area when travelling to WhitCamp. The roads are really quite remote especially if you travel north to south.

Grid Reference: SO 576 310

Postcode: HR2 6NH

Map: click here

Aerial Photo: click here

Directions

If coming from the South...
To reach the site from the A40, at the Wilton Roundabout, outside and to the west of Ross, take the Hereford road (A49) north. Continue for about 600 metres and take the second turning right signposted Sellack or Hoarwithy. Drive for about 6km into Hoarwithy. With the church high up on the left, turn right, and then, just before crossing the river, take a left turn signposted Carey (and WhitCamp). After passing through Carey you will cross a noticeable hump in the road. Continue until the Ballingham sign, and Ballingham Court Farm on the right, where the road then has a Y junction. Turn right down the right hand fork and after 100 metres turn right through a gate and follow the track down for the field. Look out for WhitCamp signs, about A3 size.

 

If coming from the North...
Best use a good map! Follow the route to Ballingham, Herefordshire. On arriving in Ballingham you will pass a pond on the left, and after 400 metres to a farm with a sharp turn to the left.  Take the left turn and after 100 m turn through a gate and follow the track down for the field. Look out for WhitCamp signs, about A3 size.

 

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Urban Saints is the operating name of The Crusaders' Union, a company limited by guarantee and registered in England number 07771037, registered charity number 1144923, and in Scotland charity number SCO39313

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