Wood Farm Caravan Park

Charmouth, Dorset

4.5 stars out of 3 reviews

Open from
28th March to 3rd November
Charmouth, Dorset, South West England, DT6 6BT
(Location map)
Last updated
13 May 2021
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Motorhome pitches
(£8.50 - £21.00)
Touring pitches
(£8.50 - £21.00)
Tent pitches
(£14.50 - £24.00)
Serviced pitches
(£22.50 - £30.00)
Seasonal pitches
Motorhome pitches127£8.50-£21.00
Touring pitches127£8.50-£21.00
Tent pitches22£14.50-£24.00
Serviced pitches45£22.50-£30.00
Seasonal pitches23£2,850.00

To rent
Holiday homes3£180.00-£695.00
To buy
Holiday homes83

Visit Wood Farm and experience the beautiful surroundings and spectacular rural scenery. The Park is in the care of our dedicated team whose sole aim is to provide the ideal family holiday. We pride ourselves on our well kept grounds, excellent recreational facilities and amenities.

The Park lies on the Dorset / Devon border. The area is famous for its rugged coastline littered with fossils from the Jurassic Age.

More about the parkHide
  • Disabled access
  • Family park
  • Pets allowed
  • Children's play area(s)
  • Chemical disposal point
  • 45 Drainage hook-ups
  • 177 Electric hook-ups
  • 2 Laundry
  • LPG stockist
  • 4 Sanitary block(s)
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool(s)
  • Take away food
  • Visitor parking
  • Washing up facilities
  • 45 Water hook-ups
  • Wireless internet
  • Cafe

Coarse fishing
Tennis Court
Games and TV room


Wood Farm Caravan Park (www)

Axminster Road
Dorset, South West England
United Kingdom

Nearby attractions

  • Beach
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding holidays
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Tennis
  • Sports Ground
  • Internet Access
  • Games Room
  • TV Room
  • Leisure Centre

Charmouth the Gateway to the Heritage Coast is on our doorstep with its safe bathing beach and Heritage Coast Centre with lots of fossilling information.
Lyme Regis, just two miles away, has been the inspiration for writers, artists and film makers for generations. Well known for its historical connections it offers water sports, fossilling, 18 hole Golf course, fishing trips and numerous eating places to tempt you.
Abbotsbury village boasts a sub tropical garden, swannary and tithe barn
Within an easy drive - Pecorama trains & gardens, The Tank Museum, National Trust properties, Crealy Adventure Park & Sealife Centre.

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Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

East Sussex

5.0 stars

This was our first time in our carvan and first family holiday with our 22 month old boy. Despite the rain over the spring break it was great.

The Caravan site is quiet, safe, sheltered and very well run. The facilities are good too. The staff were friendly and very helpful. The site was 100% full dring our stay, but you would not have known as the site is well managed and organised. Furthermore the other campers were very considerate.

The problems we had on holiday were not the sites problems. but our own - awning is so old it ripped and our son with a 39.9 temperature! He's doing well now and with thanks to the staff on site who told us where the nearest hospital (Dorchester) is at 8pm!

The only down side would be that the chip van is a little expensive and the A35 doesn't quieten down until late at night (10pm) or later on Fridays. Though neither bothered us as we ate out mostly and the pitch we had was surrounded by a hedge which made it private and cut out noise from the road and the wind!

We would recommend it to others and go again.


4.0 stars

A clean and tidy site in a great tourist area. Nearby is the long sandy beach and village of Charmouth and the Heritage Coast Path.

The coastline hereabouts is famous for its fossils, and the kids will enjoy guided fossil hunts - ours did!

Lots to see and do in the area.

Guestbook reviews

We had a lovely week. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful to us and our children. The park is in a beautiful setting with excellent, clean facilities.


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