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Greenways of Gower Leisure Park

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Greenways Leisure Park occupies 25 beautifully-maintained private acres overlooking the glorious Oxwich Bay in the heart of the Gower peninsula, Britain's first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. With its combination of stunning scenery, spectacular views and a range of facilities Greenways Caravan Park & Campsite is perfect for family holidays or camping in Gower.
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Familytraveller73 wrote a review 9 Jun
brighton13 contributions13 helpful votes
Stayed at the Jubilee weekend. The actual location of this site is lovely- great views, lovely fields and a nice place. But there are issues- the toilets weren’t really very clean while we were there and needed cleaning more regularly. Having a small onsite shop would help too. The guy on running the food stall onsite was really rude although that’s not the fault of the campsite. So I would visit again but they need to clean their facilities more regularly.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled
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jason b wrote a review Feb 2022
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I can not recommend this site enough. If you want first class views over the Gower with friendly service and utilities to the highest standards of cleanliness then look no further. As a family of four with two young children safety is key for us and greenways provides this in abundance unlike other sites on the Gower. We visited twice last summer and will most certainly be returning this year. Thank you for helping us make great family memories Greenways!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Sam E-L wrote a review Sept 2021
Bristol, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
We camped (tent) for 3 nights after the summer season once school hols were over. We had a whole paddock to ourselves, and it was bliss! The shower/utility block was very clean, and had fridge and freezers for guests to use. Only downside was the ladies showers were only luke-warm so a bit bracing in early autumn. Owner was very friendly on our arrival, and gave us good pointers about nearby shops and pubs. Also recommended a sunset visit to Rhossili which was beautiful. The beach is just down the hill - it's a bit of a hike but worth it, particularly to avoid the parking charge down there. As well as 2 restaurants and food vans on the beach, there's a little shop and chippy over the road from the beach. Greenways does have a restaurant but it hasn't been reopened since lockdowns so come prepared with your own supplies. We had a wonderfully relaxing stay at Greenways and would totally recommend it, especially if you're able to go outside of school holidays and avoid the people who create the unnecessary nastiness that's evident in reviews from earlier this year. If you're after a place that hands you indoor activities on a plate and instant access to deep fried foods, don't go. If you like walking and being outdoors and generally getting away from the maddening crowds, this is the place for you.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Lucy H wrote a review Aug 2021
Neath Port Talbot, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Having been a nurse through this nightmare of a Pandemic to say I was Excited about having a weekend with my 'Camping family' to unwind and finally catch up was an Understatement!!!! We booked a site which we thought would be Perfect for us adults and 10 childrenus adults and the 10 children, on the Gower peninsula, which wasnt too far home but Far enough away to feel like we were on holiday!🤩.....AWESOME.....or so we thought! Having read the Terms and conditions Thoroughly we decided NOT to book the 'Quiet field' for campers wanting complete peace after 10pm, although we're Not a Rowdy bunch, we like to enjoy some music and having 10 children between the ages of 7-13 we wanted them to be able to play and have the full experience of camping again. However it would appear the sites 'Terms and conditions mean JACK even to Them! ....and No matter where you book on the site the rule of SHUT UP or your OUT applies!!! 🤬😡 No matter where our children were happy, wether playing footy in the field or cards in the tent, the security just weren't happy with us, even though we were respectful and functioning at a more than sociable Volume!!! Even our 4 man low volume conversation around the camp fire seemed to be an issue to the security, who stated at one point 'The Directors' where ON SITE, and when we stated we would actually like to see and speak to the 'Directors' about how we were being treated all of a sudden the 'Directors ' weren't actually on site atall!!! Our small party consisted of all professional people who would In no way want to upset the equilibrium of any campsite, we Love camping for all the peace and freedom it offers us and our children,and have been to many many sites with no complaints, However the way we were treated at this particular campsite was a Disgrace, they were misleading with their Terms and Conditions, and in our opinion Employed OVER THE TOP security guards! Despite the good kitchen and toilet facilities give me a tent in a field with lower key facilities any day because it just want worth having our weekend totally ruined for!!!! We'll never go to this site again, and if you like a site where you can Actually Relax, have a nice campfire, with some relaxing music, chat with great friends while yr children play happily......Tgen Avoud This site like the Plague!!!!!! Redeeming features: Great toilets, laundry and kitchen...but not great showers, more of a dribble than a shower....but Warm Bathrooms which was lovely! .
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Kim H wrote a review Aug 2021
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Cons: Just arrived home from a very poor stay at this site. As a group of adults and children, we have stayed at many, many camp sites across Wales and not once have I been told to be quiet. The whole campsite is "shut down" and 10pm...quote from security. Our children aged 7-13 were asked not to wear their head torches and explore the site as it was late and their talking and giggling were breaking the rules. On another night we were approached dead on 10pm and asked to turn low music OFF and were asked to keep our children ( who were playing a game of cards in one tent) to be quiet. As a group who get together not very often, we were really looking forward to catching up. After the past 18 months with covid restrictions, our children were thoroughly looking forward to seeing their family and enjoying. This was severely ruined by the constant hush from security and for them to be confined to their tent. I will not be returning. I have stayed on sites whereby the management are kind, grateful for business and accommodating (especially with the children) What a shame and I could not wait to get home! Pros: it was only a short break!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Becky S wrote a review Aug 2021
Swansea, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
I would not recommend this site if you book as a group of adults with children and intend to have fun on your stay!!! I’m at a complete loss in understanding why they have a quiet field when the same rules apply to the other fields. We pitched well away from the quiet field, as you do when you have 10 children camping between the group with the view of the children laughing and playing not being a nuisance to campers who are there to have a quiet time. It seems as though the 10pm cut off time for music being played (bearing in mind you can only really play music at a level only dogs can hear before 10pm anyway) is also some sort of curfew where we felt as though we were being forced to keep noise levels down to a whisper, we were asked to keep the children quiet, they were literally in one of the tents talking and laughing, I don’t believe we were the only campers being asked either….that was the first night. The second night we were told that “the directors are on their way down to check in and that EVERYONE on the site needed to be quiet because the people in the chalets were complaining” this was clearly a complete lie as when we asked them to let us know when the directors were there as we would like to speak with them the story changed to they are not coming and that he had “got it wrong” Out of curiosity, I asked that if campers refused to not whisper what would happen “we would call the local authority and have you forcibly removed” so in simple terms, the security at Greenways of Gower are more than happy to see adults and children put in riot vans and waste the time and resources of an already struggling public service for the sake of children laughing and speaking at a level that is a little louder than a whisper. When told that this was a little holiday that we’d paid over £300 pounds for collectively…..”the people in the chalets have paid £4000”………..BOOM, you are not valued as a camper is what I got from this!!! I would not return to this site, EVER! I’ll repeat, if you are staying as family groups with children, avoid at all costs, there are lots of sites in Gower that I have stayed at previously that don’t treat people like this! Redeeming features - excellent locating if you like water sports like sea kayaking or paddling boarding as Oxwich Bay is really calm The facilities were of good standard, clean and showers were always a good temperature The on-site park for the children was great but don’t be fooled by this as it clearly isn’t family friendly
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Emily P wrote a review Aug 2021
Llansamlet, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
I’ve just returned from my second holiday at Greenways and I absolutely loved it. There were plenty of pitches to choose from, with plenty of space between my pitch and the others near me. There was security presence all day and night, the toilet and shower facilities were cleaned throughout the day and the pitch was clean when I chose it. It’s family friendly - no music after 10pm although on Saturday night there was music a little later but it didn’t bother us. The site is dog friendly and there’s a park for children to play. The site is a short walk (up a big hill) from the beach and offers lovely views of the sea from most pitches. Shame about the gale force winds & rain we had but this is obviously no reflection on the campsite itself. I would recommend this site to anyone.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Ann wrote a review Jul 2021
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I am the friend who arrived after the 1st of only 3 camper vans, not 6. Calm down Kevin, you only needed one hand to count not 2 bless you! I wound my window down before I even parked and asked him how he felt about my putting the car between his tent and my friend's camper. Kevin was very friendly and said he had no issue with it. I checked and asked him again if he was sure and he said absolutely. I certainly wasn't on his GUY ropes as he stood and guided me in! After I parked and whilst setting up Kevin was extremely chatty and told me a lot about himself and his son. To the point where I had to keep stopping the pump filling my airbeds because I couldn't hear what he was chatting about. However, I didn't mind because when he nipped off to the loo he kindly offered to fill up my solar pouch for me. I do recall that he was a bit unimpressed that our children weren't keen on including his son in taking turns on their brand new zorb style toys. He stated that he had told his son not to share anything back if that's how they were being. I agreed! So I knew he wasn't shy in airing his opinion. He went on to fill me in on his issues with his nightmare neighbour at home in Manchester. Incidentally, is that really a 700 mile round trip Kevin? Or is there another Manchester in Scotland? He then went on to moan about another camping trip where some kids were using the gate as a football goal and he decided to leave early then too. He also filled me in on his son's mother being a nutcase, so lots of cheery stories! As he went off happily to the beach with his son he informed me, "I'll join you all for a drink later." He must have changed his mind! We were not asked numerous times to be quiet, we were asked once to tell the children to keep their voices down. After which we sent them all off to bed. We stayed up quietly chatting around the camp, but were not playing music or shouting, etc. Which was the rules of the campsite. The next morning Kevin wouldn't look at me when I walked up to the loos, and after breakfast I noticed he had left. I was a bit relieved tbh, as I didn't fancy having to listen to anymore of his negativity. The manager came to the field and informed us that someone had complained and left, so they were fully prepared to deal with it. They spoke to the neighbouring campers on the other side who had no complaints. I even went to apologise to them just in case we were disturbing anyone else and they said that they slept well with no issues and there was no need to say sorry at all. I would also like to point out that one of the kids in the group is also autistic and has downs syndrome, which is why some of us were up at 6am. Anyway, the campsite is fantastic. Such a beautiful setting and lovely views. Most people were very friendly and had no problems with any noise. The security guards are lovely and actually add to the character of the place. The facilities are fully functional and clean. Local amenities are within walking distance, as was the nearest beach if you don't mind the hill. Only a short drive to The Mumbles and a beautiful little beach called Caswel Beach which we absolutely recommend. Will definitely return. Especially now Kevin isn't planning to.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
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jasper23 wrote a review Jul 2021
Merthyr Tydfil94 contributions16 helpful votes
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First visit to this campsite, a little apprehensive as there was no electric hookup, however, anxieties vanished once settled on a plot that we chose to try our new air tent out. I found people pitched up a little to close for my liking, as one morning from 6.30am I could hear their whole conversation 😩 Some plots have a nice sea view, we had a partial until a family came back late evening and would park their van and block the view lol. Laundry room with tall and a chest freezer to put ice packs in, there was food in there too. Shower/ toilet block were good, quite clean, and lots of availability and toilet roll! Mostly families on the site, groups with lots of children. Very quiet after 10am on both nights. Security were seen x2 both nights, and were very friendly! Home from 2 night stay, and I’m shattered from the early mornings (not a morning person). Had to have a little nap…. But that’s what camping is about, late nights, early mornings! Would definitely come here again, would be great with a few electric hook ups!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Kevin M wrote a review Jul 2021
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Very bad management and so called night security. I arrived at 1pm on Fri and found a lovely pitch in the quiet area with my autistic son. 2 hours later a camper van arrived and pitched 4 mtrs away ,then her friend arrived parked right over my guide ropes. Then another camper van ,eventually 6 camper vans all together. Numerous times they were asked to be quiet but didn't, kept sliding camper van doors till 3am talking loud laughing and kids still up at 2 30 am. Myself and my son finally fell asleep 3.30am ish and then the group decided to get up at 6am. I complained to the manager and totally ignored.. Watch this space I will get my money black..so a wasted 700 mile round trip
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Greenways of Gower Leisure Park
Which popular attractions are close to Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Nearby attractions include Perriswood Archery & Falconry Centre (1.7 miles), Gower Peninsula (0.8 miles), and Three Cliffs Bay (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, self serve laundry, and kids outdoor play equipment.
What food & drink options are available at Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Beach House Restaurant, The Bay Bistro and Coffee House, and Welcome Country Pub & Kitchen.
Is Greenways of Gower Leisure Park located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the centre of Oxwich.
Are pets allowed at Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Greenways of Gower Leisure Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Oxwich Castle (0.3 miles), St Mary the Virgin Church (4.9 miles), and Parc le Breos Burial Chamber (4.2 miles).
Is Greenways of Gower Leisure Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.