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Lark’s Rise Caravan and Camping

Just opened 1st June 2016 come and try our Supersized Caravan and Tent pitches.

Plenty of space for a 26 foot caravan, awning and 4x4. Visit our tourist information booth for a whole range of exciting, interesting or relaxing things to do whilst staying at our Campsite in the heart of Somerset. Or just relax and light up the BBQ. Or visit one of the many restaurant, pubs or cafes in the nearby town. Clarks Village Designer Shopping Complex is also just down the road.

We are Certified by the Freedom Camping Club which means members and non members can stay at our site. Membership is free.

Open from:
1st March to 30th November

Facilities:
Pets not allowed, Allow rallies, Family park, Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Picnic tables
Campers information point
BBQ blocks
Board games
Outdoor Games area
2 Toilets
2 Showers
Kitchenette for washing up etc
Our fishing lake is 1 mile from our campsite


Accomodations:
6 Touring pitches, 6 Motorhome pitches, 10 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Leisure Centre

Wookey Hole Caves
Glastonbury Tour Bus
Brean Leisure Park

If you like to get out and about on your holidays there are lots of things to see and do, whether you like shopping, fishing, cycling, walking, sightseeing, leisure parks, swimming or if you prefer to simply relax. Somerset caters for a variety of interests.

Local cycle routes and footpaths can be accessed directly from the Campsite.

Great Shopping nearby with the famous Clarks Village, along with a large choice of restaurants, pubs and bars in the local area.

The mystical town of Glastonbury is nearby, they offer a tour bus which makes regular visits to Glastonbury Tor. Official Cycle routes lead through the countryside and there are plenty of footpaths for those who enjoy a good ramble.

There are also wildlife trusts at Sharpham Moor, Catcott Complex, Catcott North, Dundon Beacon and Westhay Moor, Great Breach Wood, Gillingdown and the RSPB nature reserve at Ham Wall


Lark’s Rise Caravan and Camping (www)

Whitley Lane
Somerset, South West England
United Kingdom
BA16 9RW
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Just got back from Larks Rise and had to write a review. This is an Absolutely lovely campsite. We were the first people of the season so we had the place to ourselves. Really clean site, and the facilities are high quality,and close by. They have lovely showers which is a god send after a day of hiking. It really is a cute, quiet little site that ticks all the boxes if you want peace and quiet, and beautiful surroundings. The owners of the site are lovely, they settled us in, checked intermittently that we had everything we needed, and went out of their way to get us details of activities we would enjoy around the area. Even though we were the only people there they really made the effort. Already planning our visit back :) Faye

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Lark’s Rise Caravan and Camping