Beacon Hill Touring Park enjoys the beauty of 30 acres of partly wooded heathland, together with a wide selection of wildlife. Ideally situated for Poole ferries and blue flag beaches, Bournemouth, The New Forest and Sandbanks.Open from:
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity in our outdoor heated swimming pool, let off steam with a game of tennis or enjoy a cold refreshment at the Beacon Bar after a spot of fishing. Whatever your mood, Beacon Hill has something to offer everyone.
The Beacon Bar is open daily, with live evening entertainment from Thursdays to Sundays throughout high season and busy periods. There is also an adjoining games room which is ideal for the children.
Our outdoor heated swimming pool opens from May to mid-September, while the all weather tennis court is open all season.
Sandbanks, Poole, Bournemouth, Swanage, Weymouth, Tower Park to name a few..
Our two coarse fishing lakes are stocked with carp, perch, tench and roach.
Fishing is free although guests over the age of twelve will need to bring their NRA fishing permits with them. The license can be purchased online through the Environment Agency or at your local Post Office.
Because our lakes are not flowing waters we do not have to observe 'Close Season' which means that our guests can fish throughout the camping season.
Please see our website for full details.
Based on 6 review(s)
Essex 01 Sep 2013
Oh My God!! this camp should be sued under the trade description act!!! where do I start... we arrived with the hope it would deliver all as promised on the website but it wasn't to be. on booking in we were told the pool heater was broken and due to be fixed next week, this had clearly been this way for weeks, and it was filthy. people were clearly 'living' on the site (supposed to be touring) although these weren't the ones we had a problem with! The toilets were absolutely disgusting and I am glad we were in a tourer or we wouldn't have been able to go to the loo. There was rubbish everywhere, beer cans etc in the loos and all around the park. we had a tent next to us full of teenagers, who were all clearly under 18, apart possibly from the one driving the car who may have been 18, but there was clearly no responsible adult keeping an eye on them. The first night they made a bonfire in an old small bar-b-q, by breaking off branches from the trees around us, bearing in mind we are in the middle of a dry wooded area, near to the new forest and there has been no rain for weeks, all sitting round it making a noise till gone midnight. and then they were all up again at 7.30am shouting and kicking a football about. we spoke to the reception and asked that they sorted out this problem and decided to give another night a try. unfortunately the same thing happened again, so clearly the staff were not bothered. we left the next day after demanding a refund and will not be going back!!!!
devon 02 Jul 2011
I was a bit worried when I read other peoples reviews about this site but it was really brilliant. Excellent pitch under the trees and there was a mixture of tents, caravans and motor homes in each field.Friendly staff and the kids loved cycling around and playing in the park. Toilets and showers were fine. I will go back again definatly!
West sussex 24 Apr 2011
I love camping but this was shocking, unclean facilities and showers didn't work, sinks were blocked. Empty beers cans in the washrooms alongside children washing. Constant noise from morning till 3am, loud music, cars revving, people pitching at midnight without a care for space or privacy. Miserable stay, I'm young and like a giggle but this was awful and out of control, far from tranquil.
Lincolnshire 17 Nov 2009
After a long car drive, the site was easy enough to find, upon arrival we checked in and found our pitch, our pitch was quite big but others looked small, there was also no order to where others pitched. With this being our first touring holiday in our new van, we found having the play area next to us very convient, the kids were out our hair for an hour or so leaving us time to set up!! The site is basic, toilets, clean but no wow factor, the laudry room again need updating, machine out of order when we went. We didnt use the pool or the onsite entertainment, so can't really comment on either of them. On the plus side, the site is close to poole, bournmouth, and the new forest which has excellent walking and cycling areas, we spent alot of time out on our bikes, weather was nice, and faciliteis off the site were close by. We all had a lovely week and was sad to leave. Beacon Hill Touring Park, Poole, Dorset
Middlesex 25 Aug 2009
I have just returned from a 4 day holiday and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of beacon hill. upon arrival,i must admit we were a bit dissapointed that there didnt seem that much to do but it was great as we were able to do the kinda activities kids love-explore and get dirty. whilst there i heard the staff take so much from other people-the showers dirty/the outdoor pool too cold/entertainment too loud-but isnt that what memories are made of,the laughter when someone jumps in the freezin pool-sitting outside the tent listening to the music coming from the clubhouse. yes the showers got dirty but they were regulaly cleaned-i will defgo bk Beacon Hill Touring Park, Poole, Dorset
bedfordshire 18 Aug 2008
After booking our main annual holiday with Beaconhill touring park through their very clever ! website our two families set off to enjoy the natural surroundings they advertise! on our arrival we were shown to our large!!!! pitches. After setting up the caravan we proceeded setting up my brother-in-laws tent. When it was pitched it was so close to another caravan , the owner was soon over to express his views as the tent pegs were about a foot away from his unit !! Then came the rain which i know is not the parks fault, but where we were pitched was. The pool was dirty , cold, the shower blocks dirty with barely luke-warm water.