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Long Hazel Park

LONG HAZEL PARK is an Exclusively for Adults Only Park which is an ideal touring base to explore the West Country. It is easily accessible from the A303 for the largest motorhomes. Licensed for 75 motorhomes, caravans and tents, 2 Luxury Lodges, one fully adapted for disabled use, and 4 Residential Lodges for sale. Twenty-five all-weather hardstandings with 16 amp electric hook-up and complimentary hot showers. Modern, clean, winter-heated amenities with separate suite for wheelchair users.

On a separate part of the Park we have two self-catering luxury lodges for hire each sleeping up to four adults. One lodge is fully adapted for wheelchair users. We now have permission to sell four fully residential lodge plots with all year round occupation for the over 50's.

From the A303 at Hazlegrove Services at the Esso Garage, Spar Shop and McDonalds, follow the brown and white tourist signs for the caravan and camping park in Sparkford High Street, 200 yards along just past the 30 mph speed limit sign turn left into Long Hazel Park where a warm welcome awaits!

Open all year.

Adults only, Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, 40 Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, 1 Sanitary block(s), 1 Laundry, Shop, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Reception housing tourist information, pay phone and washing machine and tumble dryer. Camping spares for sale
Ice pack freezing facilities

75 Touring pitches, 75 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 35 Tent pitches, 2 Holiday homes (for rent), 2 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis, Organised Entertainment, Sports Ground, Internet Access, Gym, Snooker/Pool, Sauna, Leisure Centre

Sparkford Village is the home of the famous Haynes International Motor Museum which holds numerous car meetings during the year. Nearby is the Royal Naval Air Station at Yeovilton which hosts an annual Air show and other events. The Fleet Air Arm Museum is on the same complex. Sparkford is close to the Dorset border and the ancient market town of Sherborne with its Castle and Abbey. The Park is midway along the Leland Trail with the Camelot Hill Fort (King Arthur’s stronghold) at South Cadbury close by. The local area is known as the Blackmoor Vale and Camelot Country with charming Saxon towns. Wincanton is the home of the unique Cunning Artificer’s Discworld Emporium.

Stonehenge, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury Tor and Abbey, Wells Cathedral, Clarks Village and the Dorset Heritage Coastline are within easy driving distance.

Archeaological Courses at South Cadbury (3 miles)
Pottery Courses at Queen Camel (1 mile)

Village Inn 100 metres. 24 hour Spar Shop and McDonalds 300 metres. Local bus service stops outside the Park to Yeovil and the Royal Bath and West Showground at Shepton Mallet. Haynes International Motor Museum 1 kilometre. Royal Naval Air Station, Yeovilton and Fleet Air Arm Museum 3 kilometres.

Long Hazel Park (www)

High Street, Sparkford
Somerset, South West England
United Kingdom
BA22 7JH
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4.0 stars

The main thing that surprised us about Long Hazel Caravan Park in Sparkford, Somerset was why, for the majority of our week there, we were the only ones on site. It is an adult only site that is easily accessed from the A303 making it a good stop off for a break in a journey down to the South West or vice versa. However, the abundance of local attractions makes it worth staying for at least a few nights. We were met by Alan who explained where everything on site was and then, as we were the only ones due in, we selected our pitch. The facilities were in a good state of repair and always very clean whilst the overall site was well maintained and tidy. The gates are shut at night but we were given the code so we could open the main ones to get our car in but the pedestrian one isn’t locked. Even if we hadn’t been able to open the gate there was enough room in the approach road to park and walk back to our pitch. The owners live on the site which gives a feeling of security and they were regularly walking around. The pitches were spacious and although there were houses along one side there wasn’t a feeling of being overlooked or noise from them. There is a pub within walking distance which served good pub grub and had a friendly atmosphere. We were slightly concerned about the closeness of the A303 dual carriageway but the noise was not as intrusive as we had expected, probably due to the fencing that the owners had put up. The only slight frustrations were that the light in the gents’ shower seemed to be set to too short a period of time, it had a habit of switching off before I had finished. This was mentioned to Alan who confirmed he was aware of it and an electrician was due to visit to sort it out. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at Long Hazel and would stay there again if in the area.

Property manager response (08 Dec 2017)

Thank you so much for your lovely review. It was a pleasure to meet you and we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay with. You will be pleased to hear that our electricians have been. The lights always stay on in the shower block except the main light which does turn off on a timer. Campers will never be left in the dark when the timer kicks in We look forward to meeting you again if you are in the area.