Cirencester Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, Heart of the Country, Gloucestershire, Cirencester
- +44 1285 651546
- 1 March - 6 January
Alan Rogers Review
Cirencester Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set in beautiful Grade I listed parkland. The site is a peaceful oasis that forms part of the lovely Bathurst Estate. Great for walks in the surrounding natural landscapes or picnics under the shade of statuesque trees, the site is also close to the thriving market town of Cirencester, once the second largest town in England during the Roman occupation. The town offers attractions for the whole family from shopping and sampling local food treats to visiting nostalgic landmarks such as its picturesque church and well-kept museum. There are 211 pitches (Hardstanding & Grass) all with electricity 16 amp. Some seasonal pitches.
The site also puts you within easy reach of the lovely Cotswolds - perhaps one of the few areas we have left of untouched English countryside. Here you can easily spend many enjoyable hours exploring the warm limestone villages and charming little towns, whose prosperity was built on the wool trade of centuries past.
Two toilet blocks provide facilities for visitors who are disabled and children. Laundry. Showers. Wash basins. Dish washing. Motorhome service point. Small shop. Chemical toilet point. Gas sales. Children’s play area adjacent. Wi-Fi poor, charged. BBQs allowed gas, electric & charcoal. Defibrillator. TV reception booster system. Information room. Pets allowed. Dog walk. Dog pit stop. Twin axle caravans accepted. Late night arrivals area. Bus stop 600 metres. Waitrose 0.5 miles. No Tents allowed. Earliest time of arrival 1:00pm. Maximum outfit length 9 metres. Caravan storage.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Leave Cirencester ring road at the roundabout at the end of the dual carriageway onto the A419 towards Stroud. In 50 yards turn right into access lane. In 100 yards turn left into lane. The site is on the left in 250 yards. Please Note: single-track access road to the site, which is bordered with boulders to protect the verge. Passing places are available but visitors are asked not to arrive until after 1pm to minimise congestion. Please take extra care and be aware that storage users and motorhomes may be departing site at other times.Link to campsite location map on google
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