This site is an excellent for a family holiday or simply as a stop off for ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight.
The site is set on the edge of the former royal Forest of Bere at the bottom of a valey of parkland. Part of the site is reserved as a childrens play area (football, volleyball and table tennis tables available).
The site provides easy access to the forest which is perfect for walking, cycling, horseriding and picnics. If you like to venture further afield; a day trip to the Isle of Wight or Portsmouth are easy going. Theres also the Pyramids Water Fun Complex and Paulton's park to entertain the family.
Hard standings are available on a first come - first serve basis and we operate as a members only site.
dog exercising area
motorhome service point
South Downs National Park
Royal Navy Submarine Museum
Based on 1 review(s)
Staffordshire 06 Aug 2008
Arrived at the site at approx 9am and was very busy. We found a hard standing pitch next to the children's play area, useful to keep an eye on our little one. Had a few problems hammering in the awning tent pegs, maybe I need a heavier hammer. We found the site to be very clean and tidy. Our toilet block was cleaned with military precision at 10am for an hour each morning. Personally thought there were not enough showers (3) though to cater for the number of pitches at our part of the park at this peak time. That said, I waited no longer than 3 or 4 minutes to get a shower each day...timing is everything as they say. The reception/shop sold the essential goods you need like bread and milk. The staff I found to be very helpful, one lady helping to point out nice village locations on her map for me. The site is right next door to Bere Forest, which is nice to walk around, complete with a small assault type course for the kids. A short journey to the Isle of Wight ferry, which I would definitely recommend. Very large overnight waiting area. One to try if you want a quiet holiday.
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