Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park Bridgwater, Somerset, South West England, TA5 1JQ (Location map)
17th March to 1st December
If you need a family friendly campsite in Somerset, why not give Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park a try?
Located in Fiddington, a village that is just a short drive from the market town of Bridgwater, Mill Farm is a great destination for caravan holidays in Somerset – but this campsite doesn't just accommodate caravans, motorhomes and tents are more than welcome, too. Whenever your home from home, you can come and stay at Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park. There are also several holiday cottages on site.
This campsite has 20 motorhome pitches, 125 tent pitches, another 125 pitches for touring caravans, 40 seasonal pitches and also 125 serviced pitches. Most of the seasonal pitches are hardstanding and there's a toilet block with free hot showers in the same camping field as the seasonal pitches.
In addition, there are caravan storage facilities at Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park – and the campsite offers a towing service to get your caravan from its pitch to the storage area. Day visitors are also welcome, but must report to the campsite upon arrival.
If you're coming for your holidays in Somerset and staying at Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park, one of the best campsites in Somerset, what other facilities can you expect to find on site? You will be delighted to hear that there are free hot showers in the sanitary blocks.
Other essentials at this caravan park include electric hook-up, disabled access, parking for visitors and a laundry facility, plus pets are allowed and there's a bar and a fish and chips shop with takeaway.
The campsite also has two, free to use, heated swimming pools – if day visitors wish to use them, they'll cost £4.50 per person per day. There's one outdoor pool and one indoor pool. The outdoor swimming pool has a long, spiral slide, and it is surrounded by a large, south facing patio area with benches, tables and parasols, perfect for bathing and relaxing. The indoor swimming pool features decorative palm trees and rocks, and there's also a slide and a whirlpool.
This caravan park in Somerset has a children's boating lake, too – and it is also free to use. Don't forget to bring bread so you can feed the ducks! The lake is only knee deep, but children playing in this area do need supervision. You can also go canoeing (collect paddles from the campsite's reception) plus, at the far end of the campsite's boating lake you will find a small play area which has swings and slides, and also a roundabout – plenty to keep the children entertained on their caravan holidays, camping holidays or motorhome tours.
Still need to tire the kids out? Why not take them on pony rides (available during high season, sometimes in mid season if there is sufficient demand)? Or take them to the games room that has a colour TV, games machines, pool tables and table tennis. There are also trampolines on site.
This campsite in Somerset also has a packed evening entertainment programme. Whether you want comedy, music or dancing, you are sure to have a great night out. And for your everyday needs, there's an on site shop and off licence.
If you want to get online while enjoying your holiday in Somerset, this campsite has Wi-Fi. This service is free in and around the club, but to get the use of it across other areas of the caravan park, you will need to pay for it.
There are also lots of things to do in Somerset, not far from Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park. In the market town of Bridgwater you'll find lots of pubs, cafes and restaurants where you can have a meal out. The stunning north Somerset coast, Exmoor National Park and much more can be enjoyed when pitched at this popular campsite. So why not give it a go?
Cheddar and Wookey Hole Caves, Glastonbury Abbey, Wells Cathedral, Exmoor National Park, Cricket St.Thomas Wildlife Park, West Somerset Railway, Yeovilton Fleet Air Museum, Coleridge Cottage, Tropiquaria.
Trampoline arena , Pool Tables, Air Hockey, Club Entertainment High Season also open some weekends out of season, please ring for details.
Based on 5 review(s)
lancashire 11 Aug 2013
We have just returned from our holiday at Mill Farm and overall I was pleased with the site. The pitches are spacious and well planned although the electric pionts are well spaced out so make sure you have a long hook up wire. The toilet blocks are fine (not luxuary or anthing, just basic) but the cleaning staff work hard to keep them clean....my only complaint would be filthy people who stayed there who didnt flush or clean the toilet after they used it....i felt sorry for the cleaners as they was basically fighting a loosing battle. The blocks would benifit from number coded locks or something to this affect as during the night they was left open and consiquently the next morning they was overun with moths and spiders. The facilitys on site are good. The boating lake is enoormous fun and being only 1/2 a meter deep, safer for small children although it is not manned so adult supervision s required. The pony rides are good but you as a parent have to lead the ponys round the field with your child. This is very easy though as they are well behaved and trained animals. The indoor pool is good with a small childrens slide and the outdoor pool is clean and loads of fun....not heated though so really cold.... The entertainment was good in the evening althou the prices in the club was a little higher that pub prices but not nearly as bad as some of the larger, well known sites I have stayed at. The staff are friendly and helpful too. It has its own chippy on site and an ice cream van that vsits all the touring pitches every night. The childrens club is only on at night, so beware if you want a kids club all day....All in all I really enjoyed my time at Mill Farm and would consider gong again
Hampshire / Southampton 10 Jan 2012
I have been going to Mill Farm since i was a young lad in the mid 1980's, my mum and dad used to tow their caravan there most weekends and me and my sister would spend pretty much the whole summer holiday there, we were there so often my dad decided to leave his van in their caravan storage for ease, it most definately shortened travelling time from southampton. In the 80'/90's they had a boating lake and a out-door swimming pool and they used to have a mobile fish & chip van that used come on site in peak periods, that was pretty much it back in the day but because it is such a family oriantated site there was always lots to do and lots of fun for us kids. Nowadays i've grown up a bit and i now have two 6 year old children of my own, 1 boy and 1 girl they absolutley love Mill Farm as much as me and my sister did when we were younger, my Mum and Dad still have there caravan down there and we all still camp there on a regular basis! Over the years the site has been expanding and being constantly updated, it has a playground for the kids, hot showers / toilet blocks in every field it now has a fantastic indoor heated swimming pool as well as the out door one, There is a large bar on site and has entertainment most nights through the summer months. And for the people that don't really like going off site it has it's own shop which has pretty much everything you could require from your milk eggs bread to electric hook ups and other diy stuff, and the site now has its own fish and chip shop. We have 3 genarations of our family now and we all enjoy going to Mill Farm the location is beautifull and there is always plenty to do like walks in the Quantox hills which is about a 10 minute drive away or a walk down the lanes to Stogursey a beautiful village just 2 miles away, you've got sandy beaches not too far away, Minehead just a short journey by car turning right out of Fiddington or Weston-super-mare by turning left there is loads to do and they have a games room with leaflets of all the local atractions. Its been an absolute pleasure going to Mill Farm Caravan and Camping Park for all these years and would highly recommend a visit they are open all year round and the staff are always friendly and make you welcome there. We last visited in November for a week for the Bridgwater carnival which was absolutley fantastic! A Stay at Mill Farm Caravan & Camping Park it is a must for the 2012 calendar!
Hampshire 04 Jan 2012
I have been going to Mill Farm for many years with my children. The staff are friendly and willing to help when needed. The facilities and the entertainment are excellent with a variety of in-house caberets as well as outside entertainers. During the day, the field that I was in was peaceful.
somerset 04 Jan 2012
We have stayed at Mill Farm over many years. The facilities are very good and there are lots of things to do for the children They are always happy there and want to return.The staff are always friendly and willing to help if needed. The area is beautiful with many activities.
berkshire 20 Aug 2011
very disappointed in the lack of control of noise and behaviour, site clearly state no noise after 11pm, despite complaints from us and other families nothing was done, it spoilt the week for us, which was a shame as the site is in a nice location with good facilities, seemed to attract some not very nice families, will not be revisiting or recommending