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Located in the Royal Forest Of Dean close to the shores of the River Severn

Brooklyn on the show ground fieldForest Oak Farm, near Lydney in Gloucestershire, is a family run estate specialising in holiday, training and event hire. Opened in 2012 and set out over twenty acres of fields, lakes and woodland with many mature trees; the Farm is a spacious, welcoming haven for dog friendly holidays and events as well as a family home and wedding venue.

We pride ourselves on having created a very special, welcoming and unique setting that allows us to tailor our services and facilities to fit your individual requirements.

Follow the links and menu buttons to explore our site and find out more about us and Forest Oak Farm. You can get in touch by phone 01594 840322 or via our Contact Form we're more than happy to talk about the farm and what it has to offer you.

* Camping and Caravan Park

* Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages 

* Grassed Showground and Rally Field

* Large Carpeted Indoor Arena 

* Meeting Room For Hire

Don't forget there are all the wonderful rural walks, sights and attractions right on our doorstep in the Forest of Dean and on the shores of the River Severn!

Our campsite near the Forest Of Dean is a first class base for your stay in the Royal Forest with its' terrific forest walks, loads of cycle tracks, lakes and secluded valleys all managed by the Forestry Commission. See if you can spot any of the Wild Boar and Deer which make the Royal Forest their home, but for safety's sake keep your distance.
We're within easy reach of many towns and villages like Coleford, Cinderford, Lydney, Tintern, St Briavels, Soudley, Newent, Chepstow, Ross-on-Wye, Mitcheldean, Monmouth and Gloucester itself.  Symonds Yat is just fifteen miles away with its canoeing, kayaking and other outdoor activities.

There are numerous family attractions all within just minutes of the farm, for just a few, see our Local Attractions page.

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