Onslow Park is a gem among parks and is beautifully maintained, with a Three Tick rating in the British Graded Holiday Parks Scheme. A wide footpath leads to the beach, and the Park benefits from high sunshine records and a good climate. Lovely countryside walks and the rolling South Downs are just a short drive away. A resident Manager lives on the Park all year to assist you in the summer and look after your holiday home in the winter. All main services are connected to each holiday home. Open from March until end October. Hire is available.
We do not take tourers.
- gas cylinder available
Onslow Park is located between Brighton and Bognor Regis on the south coast at the foot of the South Downs. The Park is four miles from the sea side town of Worthing. Historic Arundel is nearby.
Arundel - Castle, Wildfowl Reserve,Boat trips, Antique shops.
Chichester - Ancient Cathedral City.
Bognor Regis - Seaside town.
Worthing - Good shopping, Pavilion Theatre with a selection of entertainment.
Based on 2 review(s)
Shropshire 28 Nov 2012
This is not what it purports to be. I agree with the other poster - its a building site and the accommodation was noting special. The staff were not good - it lies right next to a noisy railway line as well - very misleading. One to avoid! Not cheap either and there is much better accommodation is this area.
Oxon 23 Sep 2007
The Website states "Onslow Park is a gem among parks and is beautifully maintained, ............ rating in the British Graded Holiday Parks Scheme", obviously an old review - 'building site' would be a better description today !!
There is a picture of two males with fishing equipment at the edge of a rather large and attractive lake, don't know where that is but it isn't at Onslow Caravan park.
Property manager response (26 Sep 2007)
Part of the site is under development to add wider pitches. The picture refered to is not specific to any park but that and the other pictures are on the Sussex coast - where we have several parks