Hurley Riverside Park is a large riverside holiday park in Berkshire ideally situated on the banks of the River Thames.
The 15-acre family-run campsite is situated in the pretty village of Hurley and welcomes caravans, motorhomes and tents and also features static caravans and residential park homes. Hurley Riverside Park is a dog-friendly touring park.
BERKSHIRE TOURING PITCHES
The pitches are split into several named fields and clearly defined. The fields named Ash and Birch are dedicated to caravans and motorhomes and feature a mixture of hardstanding and grass pitches, all with 16A electric hook-ups.
Oak is a camping field for tents where all pitches have 10A electric hook-ups while Chestnut is a mixed-use field for motorhomes, caravans and tents together where all pitches have 10A electric hook-ups.
The campsite's premium area is called Maple where every pitch is hardstanding with a 16A electric hook-up and water connection. The Paddock comprises a collection of basic pitches without electric hook-ups, which are suitable for all units and a dedicated RV area with hardstanding pitches and direct access from the road.
STATIC CARAVANS IN BERKSHIRE
Stay in a lovely static caravan with a choice of 4- and 6-berth options, some being dog-friendly. Each caravan has a well-equipped kitchen, TV and DVD player, individual garden and a picnic table.
Hurley Riverside Park also features holiday homes for sale so you can escape to your private oasis anytime you wish. Please get in touch to find out more about static caravans for sale in Berkshire.
FACILITIES AT HURLEY RIVERSIDE PARK
On the park, there are three well-appointed heated shower blocks with free hot water and hair dryers, a disabled wet room, and a laundrette with washing machines, tumble dryers, an iron and an ironing board and even a book exchange. There is an on-site shop and a reception and Wi-Fi is available across the park. This park also has facilities for the disabled.
Hurley Riverside Park has a large expansive picnic ground on the riverbank and a children's play area for ball games, an adventure trail and a nature trail as well as two slipways, one for trailed boats and the other for canoes and inflatables.
RESIDENTIAL PARK HOMES
Many holidaymakers who love Hurley Riverside Park choose to live here in our residential park for retired or semi-retired people with wonderful views of the River Thames. Please get in touch to find out more about residential park homes in Berkshire.
THINGS TO DO IN BERKSHIRE
Visit The Olde Bell, one of the oldest inns in the world dating back to 1135AD nearby in Hurley Village, see Henley or take a day trip to the exciting capital city of London.
Hurley Riverside Park is the perfect base for exploring the beautiful Berkshire countryside, visiting Windsor Castle or taking a trip to Legoland Windsor.
Please enquire now to check availability or find out more about park homes and holiday homes for sale in Berkshire at Hurley Riverside Park.
Hurley Riverside Park also features riverside picnic grounds, a children's trail, a nature trail, a reception and a slipway for boats and canoes.
Directions1) From the M4 Junction 8/9, take the A404(M), then A404, then take the 3rd exit for A4130 (Henley on Thames). After 2 miles, signposted right into Shepherds Lane (note this is not as shown on the map!)
Things to do in Maidenhead
Visit The Olde Bell, one of the oldest inns in the world at Hurley Village.
You could purchase two day tickets for Legoland Windsor at our reception or online at the time of booking.
Hurley Riverside Park also offers discount vouchers at the following local attractions and restaurants:
Hobbs of Henley
Horseshoe Lake Activity Centre
The Red Lyon
The Look Out Discovery Centre
Bucks County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery
Didcot Railway Centre
Temple Golf Club
Krazy Play Days
The Rising Sun
Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital
Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway
Museum of Berkshire Aviation
City Sightseeing - Windsor & Eton
Windsor Leisure Centre inc Playzone
Hell Fire Caves
University of Oxford Botanic Garden & Harcourt Arboretum
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre
The Race Hut
Based on 3 review(s)
norfolk 29 Apr 2014
Quite a picturesque site with good facilities but dear oh dear!! The TV reception was abissmal. There was no mention at all of the bad signal in any of the site information. As a member of the caravan club I am used to seeing this info in the site details. Also having booked a premium multi service pitch I wrongly assumed that a TV hook up point would be included. Enquiries from the site wardens revealed that there used to be TV hook ups on these pitches but they were removed. As the weather was so bad (constant rain) tv would have been good but alas.
Another point is that I wrongly assumed that a premium hard standing pitch would be what I was used to ie. Tarmac or hard road to the pitch and then onto the pitch. In the case of this caravan site it was tarmac road then into a grass paddock (very wet and muddy especially at the entrance) across the paddock and onto the hard standing. Ok in fine weather but not good in such appalling conditions.
Toilet and washroom facilities were satisfactory.
Staff friendly enough
Twickenham 12 Apr 2011
I stayed at Hurley Riverside Park for three weeks back in March. The park is very well maintained, clean and quiet. The wardens are friendly and very helpful - I was always greeted with a smile. The caravan was lovely - cleaned once a week, with fresh linen etc... and the kitchen was equipped with all the essentials and more !!!!
The location is superb, very close to Henley, Reading and Maidenhead and a stones throw away from the A404.
Hurley village is walkable with two great pubs and although there isnt a local shop in the Village, the park has a very small shop with all the basics and you can request a paper of you choice the day before!!
I would recommend this park for a family or a couple who would like a break away!!
leics 17 Mar 2011
This park it very clean tidy and peaceful. We stayed in one of their new Holiday Homes and they are very comfortable. Weather dipped below freezing at night and this did make things a bit cold but not uncomfortable. Wardens are friendly, helpful and honest. Village is very small but both pubs are brilliant and unique in their own way. Red Lion on the way in is also nice. Henley is nice little town and you can get to Reading in about 20 minutes with lots of country pubs on the way! Highly recommend this site to all who want nice walks, country side, pubs and Caravan Sites.
The Past 18 Feb 2003
** This review was originally posted by jean vines from Northamptonshire. **
Stayed a couple of times now and very nice site. Toilet blocks are fine (tone down the showers a bit though! very very fast-too fast for children) The layout is lovely and the position makes it ideal for visiting London. We were able to go to the Opera at Covent Garden while we were there. There are two or three pubs in the area - one family orientated, and the overall appearance is a good clean site within easy reach of such lovely twons as Marlow and Henley two jewels to be sure.