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Spring Lea Caravan Park

Maryport, Cumbria

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The friendly Holiday Centre located on the beautifuly rugged Solway Coast. Catering for static caravans, tourers & tents with Cottages and Caravans for hire.
We boast our own Leisure Centre with Pool, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Soft play, Amusments and large Bar/Resteraunt which is host to regular live entertainment.

Open from:
1st March to 31st October

Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Take away food, Designated / private parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Swimming pool(s), Bar, Restaurant, Club house, Sauna

- BBQs allowed (charcoal and gas only)
- public telephone

35 Touring pitches, 35 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 35 Tent pitches, Serviced pitches (touring), Swimming pool(s), 96 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Golf, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Games Room, Sauna, Leisure Centre

- The Rum Story
- Haig Colliery Mining Museum
- The Muncaster Experience
- Owl Centre
- Bank Mill Visitor Centre
- West Coast Indoor Karting
- Clip 'n Climb
- Maryport Maritime Museum

and many more

- cinemas
- shopping centres
- cathedrals

Spring Lea Caravan Park (www)

Spring Lea, Allonby
Cumbria, North of England
United Kingdom
CA15 6QF
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1.0 stars

Touring facilities.
The 'site' is nothing more than a bit of waste land located behind the swimming pool, views consist of silage mountain and an abandon caravan, or two rows of terraced houses, or more attractively the rear doors and rubbish bins of the swimming pool/leisure centre. Toilet facilities are 'basic' and dirty, and in the evenings these act as a meeting point for the rowdy and cheeky kids/teenagers staying in the static caravans in the other half of the site.
Be very aware there are no hard standings on this 'site' and when it rains (which it will as you are in the lake district) EVERY pitch bar none floods leaving you basically stranded, even the track into the site floods, BE WARNED YOU WILL NEED WELLIES as the whole field becomes a mud bath.
There is no atmosphere on this site and far as i can see no reason to stay here,there has been no effort to make this a pleasant place to be, no plants or trees, no drainage, not even a proper track let alone road, it is as a fellow camper described 'VERY PRIMITIVE AND A DISGRACE' we stayed for three days as we had already paid in full on booking but will not be returning everyone else we spoke to were of the same opinion and all agreed they would not be back.