Alan Rogers Review
This park is only a short walk from the centre of Glastonbury. Developed on flat, grassy ground, the park has been landscaped, part with trees and shrubs, part open, to provide 130 pitches. Well spaced and connected by hard roads, 70 have hardstanding with adjacent grass for awnings and 10A electricity points. A further 60 tent spaces are on the adjoining field, the top corner being left clear as a play area. A well stocked shop with takeaway is at the entrance.
The single, tiled toilet block is comfortable, spacious and can be heated. Some washbasins in cubicles for women and excellent units for disabled visitors. Large laundry room. Motorcaravan point. Shop and takeaway. Dogs are accepted but by prior arrangement only on tent pitches. American motorhomes are welcome. Winter caravan storage.
- All Year
- Fishing Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
Park is on west side of the town bypass (A39), just off B3151 (Wedmore Road) with good signs from the bypass.