Alan Rogers Review
Southland was opened in 1981 in the grounds of a former nursery and it has matured nicely with many attractive shrubs and trees. The pleasant surroundings have won many awards. In the peaceful country setting of the Arreton valley, it is a sheltered and well run park with 151 large, level pitches backing on to and separated by high hedging. Comfortable and spacious, all have 10/16A electricity and six are serviced. Two acres of land on the western edge of the park overlooking the valley have been developed as a nature area. Nearby are the villages of Arreton and Newchurch.
Here you will find craft shops, and in August there is the National Garlic Festival. Sandown and Shanklin are 3 miles, the beach at Lake, 2.5 miles.
The excellent toilet block is well maintained – the ladies’ is modern, with washbasins in spacious cubicles, low level washbasins for children, three en-suite basin and shower cubicles, and a hairdressing area. Bathroom (on payment). Baby room. Good unit for disabled visitors, and two family shower rooms also suitable for disabled visitors. Motorcaravan services. Shop (1/4-30/9). Fenced play area (no ball games permitted). WiFi. More than one dog per pitch by prior arrangement only.
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Fishing Nearby
- Caravan Club Only
- Seaside Beach Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Book Online
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Wifi Free
- Wifi Partial Site
Park is signed from A3055/6 Newport-Sandown road, southeast of Arreton.