East Fleet Farm Touring Park is a stunning family run caravan park in Dorset, situated in 200 acres of organic farmland. A five-star rated park by the AA and winner of the David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award, the park sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and overlooks the iconic Chesil Beach, on the shores of the beautiful Fleet Lagoon.
Both grass pitches and hard standing pitches are available at East Fleet Farm, while the pitches are all generously sized and well-spaced to ensure guests enjoy the highest levels of comfort. A selection of the grass pitches at the park are gently sloping and offer incredible views down to the waterfront.
Electric hook ups are available across the site, while a number of these are also fitted with shared drinking water taps so that you can easily top up your water supplies during your holiday here. There is also a shower and toilet block, washing up room, and laundrette available for you to use at East Fleet Farm Touring Park. If you would like an extended family holiday for all generations, perhaps some of your party would enjoy booking into one of the two holiday cottages for hire at East Fleet Farm.
This holiday park has all you need for a great evening, too, because you can eat and drink at The Old Barn, the on-site family bar. Great tasting local food and drink is served at The Old Barn, while the Portland Pizza Company and Bennetts Fish & Chips are resident on the site throughout the holiday season, when the campsite is open. The Old Barn has been converted from its original use in the 19th century, and now offers a wonderful setting complete with a games room and idyllic views out to sea.
There is also a sizeable campsite shop on-site that predominantly stocks camping equipment and essentials but also carries a small range of essential groceries, as well as selling toys to make your children's pocket money purchases more fun during their stay at East Fleet Farm Touring Park.
If you enjoy walking holidays, you will love the location of this holiday park. From here it is easy to pick up the South West Coastal Path, which stretches for 600 miles around the tip of the United Kingdom. Guests can enjoy immediate access to the world famous Jurassic Coast, with miles of countryside and wooded walks, as well as stunning cave networks and the beaches themselves.
Inland, guests can explore all of the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is perfect for relaxing exploration as well as tranquil walks and days spent fishing. Active families can always find somewhere for their own pursuits and ball games, too.
As well as being a wonderful location from which to explore the great outdoors of Dorset, the park is close to some of the most popular seaside resorts in the whole of the United Kingdom. Visit Weymouth, Poole, and Bournemouth and discover the diverse collection of shops in each town, as well as leisure, entertainment, and cultural attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Further afield, visit Dorchester and Salisbury, which is close to Stonehenge. For guests who like to enjoy a holiday within a holiday, this campsite can offer you a gateway to days out or a weekend break via ferry to the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands, and the north of France.
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East Fleet Farm is ideally situated with the sandy beaches and town of Weymouth and windsurfing beaches only 3 miles away, yet with the peace and tranquillity of a working Dorset Farm. The sandy beaches of Weymouth provide safe bathing for the youngest children and facilities for windsurfing, sailing, fishing, bird-watching, horse-riding, golf, bowls and squash are nearby.
Based on 3 review(s)
Northern Ireland 01 Feb 2011
Stayed Aug. 2010
Spent a week here during August so very busy. Site was well maintained, friendly staff, toilets always being cleaned, very well stocked shop. There loads of kids but the excellent park was locked each night at 9.30 so noise/wayward children was never an issue. The pub was lovely and entertainment smashing. We stayed in the Upper Field where space was very tight, found it very difficult to manoeuvre the caravan into its pitch, had to unhitch it and push it in which was also nigh impossible due to the gravel. Have had a mover fitted since!!
Dorset 20 Sep 2009
This park is absolutely beautiful with rolling countryside (loads of public Rights of Way all through it), the beautiful lagoon, lovely spacious pitches (especially in the Stable Field section) and I thoroughly evey moment spent there. It was wonderful to view the sunsets and walk down to a tiny, hidden chapel through famland and best of all, the site is extremely clean, well run, lovely modern showers and other facilities and very welcoming to dogs on leads. I would definitely go again and have recommended this site to many other campers that I have chatted to, particularly since visiting another Dorset site which, whilst clean, had none of the beauty and serenity that East Fleet farm offers. The price was reasonable too, at £111 for seven nights all inclusive. The shop is open from 9-7 (without any annoying midday closures) and the restaurant bar from 7 onwards, but I experienced no noise whatsoever. Excellent all round (also, the 'dogs on leads' is actually enforced, which is wonderful for owners like me whose dogs dislike other dogs rushing over, uncontrolled).
East Fleet Farm Touring Park, Weymouth, Dorset
Notts 29 Aug 2006
Just got back from a fortnight at this site and had a fantastic time.
Bar serves food, which although we didn't sample, the portions looked good and smelled great. There's entertainment in the bat at least a couple of times a week.
Shower blocks were always clean and tidy and there are a number of family rooms that have a shower, basin and w/c.
Shop sells all the usual sort of stuff as well as a range of toys and souvenirs.
Service provided by the friendly staff was excellent.
Only 3 miles from Weymouth, a bus service visits the campsite twice a day during the week. More frequent is the the local bus service, the stop is only half a mile away, but it's all up hill on the way there!
Have already booked to go back next year!