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Seven Oaks is the perfect place to enjoy everything the historic and now tranquil Welsh Marches has to offer. Set above the banks of the River Severn, with spectacular views across the Shropshire countryside, Seven Oaks is one of the premier caravan holiday home parks in the area.

The 35 acre park is slightly elevated to maximise unspoilt views of some of England’s finest countryside. It is a wonderful spot for fisherman, with half a mile of river fishing and two (one acre) fishing lakes – both exclusively for the use of caravan owners on the park. The park is designed to foster and encourage wildlife and diversity.

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