Alan Rogers Review
This countryside campsite is situated in an 80-acre country park with ancient broadleaf woodland, plenty of marked walks and a woodland railway. There are 69 pitches arranged around an open meadow area, served by a circular gravel roadway, with low level site lighting. There are 25 hardstanding pitches, and 44 electricity hook-ups (10A). Although fairly recently laid out, the site is maturing well. American RVs and other large units should use the coach entrance and they (and all other arrivals after 18.00) are asked to phone ahead. Cycling is possible on site but not in the country park.
The park has adventure playgrounds and play trails amongst its many activities for the family. On-site activities include archery, tree climbing, walking in the trees and canoeing (subject to booking). Fishing in the lake is available, ask at reception. In the interest of environmental conservation the park has its own bio-fuel heating system and biological waste management. There are also recycling bins for glass, paper and metal cans.
Two well insulated and heated sanitary buildings are at one end of the site. Some washbasins in cubicles, large, controllable hot showers. Family bathrooms (charged). Fully equipped suite for disabled campers. Laundry facilities. Motorcaravan service point. Gas available. Milk, bread, newspapers to order from reception/shop. Takeaway food (peak times). Fishing. Archery. Tree climbing. Walking in the trees. Canoeing. Cycling (on site). Ready erected tents for hire. Archery. A high ropes course.b>
- Accommodation to Rent
- American Motor Homes
- Bar Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing on Site
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Shop on Site
- Pets allowed
- Takeaway Food
- Small Site
From Trowbridge take A361 south for 2 miles, turning left (east) at Southwick, and follow signs to Country Park.
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Latitude Longitude 51.270283 -2.231417
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