Three miles south of historic Lyme Regis, in a good situation to explore the Jurassic Coast, this well cared for and popular park has distant views of the surrounding countryside. There are 120 generous pitches, 40 with hardstanding and more than enough room to pitch for most units. On slightly sloping, neatly cut grass which undulates in places, they are accessed by the circular tarmac road and all have 10 amp electricity. The pitches back on to square-cut shrubs or the perimeter trees. A modern reception area is welcoming and stocks basic supplies and local provisions. This is a comfortable park where couples and families with young children are welcomed.
The X53 Jurassic coastal bus which runs from Poole to Exeter passes the door. In the local area you can search for fossils, visit the Donkey Sanctuary or ride the miniature train at Pecorama in Beer. The Cob at Lyme Regis evokes memories of ‘The French Lieutenant’s Woman’, whilst the unique Undercliff National Nature Reserve is popular with naturalists and walkers.