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Camping in Slawston Near Market Harborough

Camping in Slawston near Market Harborough

Open again in summer 2024.

Our ‘pop-up’ campsite will be open again next summer. Come and stay in our beautiful tree-lined meadow with the tranquil stream meandering through it. We think that the site is pretty special and will provide a picturesque location for some well-deserved escapism.

The site offers huge spacious areas for you and your family to set up camp and explore. Mains water and toilets are on-site. We are happy for campers to complete the wild experience by cooking on barbeques or fire pits in a responsible way.

Wildlife is in abundance on and around the site. We regularly see dozens of farmland bird species and the stream plays host to otters (usually patrolling in the dead of night). The longer grassy areas of the meadow hosts numerous butterfly, moth and dragonfly species.

Local roads are generally quiet and suitable for family cycling – and there’s plenty of local footpaths leading you through spectacular landscapes. You can park the car next to your tent, and there’s easy access to the site from the adjoining unclassified road.

The local shop is in Medbourne and provides all of the basic supplies you would expect. There are several family-friendly pubs close by in Hallaton and Weston by Welland.  Barbeque meat packs will also be available to order fresh from our on-farm butchery and delivered to your pitch.


The Grassy Shire Pop-up Campsite
Hallaton Road Between Hallaton and, Medbourne Rd, Market Harborough LE16 8FH


We have no minimum stay duration and welcome couples or families throughout August. One well behaved dog per pitch is welcome at no extra cost. 5 people per pitch limit, although multiple pitch bookings are welcome. All pitches charged at a flat rate of £24 per night.

If you are interested in booking or have any queries please complete the form below. Alternatively you can get more information or book through our third party booking provider –

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