Greenways of Gower is one of Gower’s finest holiday parks and campsites. Greenways of Gower is a family-run and family-oriented holiday park, designed for the comfort and convenience of families. Whether you fancy owning your own little piece of paradise, or simply wish to camp under the stars in your tent, at Greenways of Gower you can get away from it all!
For more details about the caravan park & camping in Gower please call us 01792 391203.
We aim to achieve the best aesthetics possible by means of an ongoing landscaping programme at the park.
Static Caravans In Gower
New holiday homes usually come with the benefit of a 15 year Licence Agreement to keep the caravan on the park and new holiday lodges (twin-units) usually come with the benefit of a 25 year Licence Agreement.
Pitch fees for the 2016 season range from £3,065 to £3,810 including VAT, however we offer a £100 + VAT prompt payment discount on the pitch fee. The pitch fee currently includes park rates and refuse collection.
Water rates, electricity and gas (bottles) are charged separately and we always endeavour to offer good rates on these services.
What more could you want for your family and yourself?
Our camping area at Greenways of Gower consists of four spacious fields with some outstanding views across Oxwich Bay and the South Gower coast & countryside.
The beautifully maintained campsite is available throughout the entire camping from Easter or the 1st April to the end of September each year.
Our Platinum ‘Loo of the Year’ Award Winning eco-friendly shower block is spacious and sparkling with all the facilities campers would expect and more…
Greenways Campsite has it all…
Please note that we are quite strictly families and couples only. Please see our Terms & Conditions via the link below.
Please note that we cannot accept touring caravans or Motorhomes on a short-stay basis at present, however should you be interested in a seasonal touring pitch at Greenways of Gower then please simply complete the form below to register your interest and should a seasonal pitch become available in the future we would be happy to let you know.
The Gower is an ancient land and was inhabited up to 30,000 years ago (although not a coastal region at this time) as is testified by the remains of the oldest anatomically modern human remains found in the United Kingdom. The mistakenly named “Red ‘Lady’ of Paviland” skeleton had been dated originally to 26,000 years old. More modern analyses of the remains estimate however that the skeleton belonged to a young man and is possibly 4,000 years older than the original estimation.
We’re here for you, and we’re happy to answer any questions you have.