Rookesbury Park Caravan & Motorhome Club Site – Review 

Open from mid March until the end of October, Rookesbury Park Club Site is on the edge of the village of Wickham with Fareham close by, ideal for discovering Portsmouth and Southampton. The village of Wickham is a drive away. Wickham is a small quaint village with a small grocery store and a couple of... Continue Reading →

Edisford Bridge Farm Campsite, Clitheroe, Lancashire – Site Review 

Sitting only a short walk from the River Ribble, this site is not to be confused with the Caravan and Camping Club site just across the road. Located directly behind the Edisford Bridge pub, the site is landlocked by farmland and the road. Whilst there is road noise, the road is not a busy one... Continue Reading →

Hallsdown Farm CL & Touring Park, North Devon – site review 

Hallsdown Farm is a 110 acre working sheep farm in Devon. Due to the close proximity and large number of sheep unfortunately, but understandably, they can't accept visiting dogs on site. The land has been farmed by three generations of the Mather family with the current owners, Andrew and Claire dedicating some of their land... Continue Reading →

Makins Fishery Campsite, Wovey, Warwickshire review 

Makins Fishery Campsite is situated next to the M69 in Warwickshire. Traffic noise from the motorway is very audible but the beauty of the site and lakes more than makes up for it. Within a couple of hours we are used to the distant rumble and hardly seem to notice it. Makins is predominantly a... Continue Reading →

Slinfold Caravan and Motorhome Club site review

Located on a former railway line on the Downs Link in the beautiful village of Slinfold, makes this site perfect for walking or cycling. Located at the end of a narrow lane it is recommended to arrive after their 12pm arrival time as you wouldn't want to meet another unit coming the other way.  Slinfold... Continue Reading →

Old Barn Farm, Liphook, Hampshire – site review 

Old Barn Farm is situated in Liphook, Hampshire just a mile from the A3. Making it perfect for heading towards Guildford, London or south towards Portsmouth. Liphook has a train station if you wanted to venture further afield without the car. Half a mile from the site and busier roads turn in narrow country lanes.... Continue Reading →

Kia-Ora Nursery Campsite, Chichester, West Sussex 

This site was recommended to us by a fellow Facebook caravanner. Always on the look out for local sites for our midweek trips, this one fit into our 'less than an hour and a half away from home' requirement.  Booking is recommended as this site is very popular and only has 10 pitches. The entrance... Continue Reading →

Salisbury Hillside Caravan and Motorhome Club Site Review 

This site is set in the countryside, in Wiltshire, designated as an 'Area of outstanding beauty.' A small site with only 50 pitches. A mix of grass and hard standing with a few pitches having open aspect views whilst most are tucked away in woodland. For those who don't like uniform rows of pitches this... Continue Reading →

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