Old Oaks Touring Park
Set in tranquil and unspoilt countryside with panoramic views of the Mendip Hills and surrounding area, this quality park open exclusively to Adults offers spacious landscaped pitches all backing onto mature hedges and divided with trees or shrubs.
There are a total of 88 touring pitches (for tents. caravan and motorhomes), plus a range of luxury glamping accommodation.
The park is spread over 10 acres, divided into 5 seperate paddocks. The park has been beautifully landscaped to create large level pitches, on which to relax in space and privacy.
All areas have service roads, night lighting, standpipe, wastewater and refuse and recycling points. Also provided are two chemical disposal points a direct waste disposal point for motor-caravans and two recycling points into which we try to encourage our customers to re-cycle as much as possible.
There are 2 modern amenity blocks, with plenty of private wet rooms, 2 fully accessible shower rooms, dishwashing sinks, freezer and fridge facilities, a TV room, pool table and book exchange.
The shop/off Licence carries a excellent range of local sourced groceries, fresh milk, free range eggs, ice creams, chilled soft drinks, wine and beer. We will also collect newspapers and freshly baked bread for you (if ordered) and bake croissants to order each mprning. We also stock Calor and Camping Gaz and offer a freezer pack hire service.We also sell our delicious, home produced Prime Beef.
Dogs are welcome on the Park, but must be kept on a lead at all times unless using our large dog exercise area where a dog washing facility is also provided. There is ample walking around the park for your pets (on lead).
The park is surrounded by an extensive network of scenic footpath walks, the favourites being to the famous Glastonbury Tor (0.75 mile) and to the town (1.5 miles) but if you are a keen walker there are many more to choose from.
For those who enjoy cycling there are some excellent well marked cycle routes along quiet country roads to local villages The Somerset Levels, The Peat Moor 'Iron Age' Visitor Centre, or The Westhay National Nature Reserve (8 miles) or to the coast (17 miles).
For the Fisherman we have a half acre pond well stocked mainly with carp but some roach and tench, less than 300 yds from most pitches with good access and parking for the less able within 25 yds of the pond. Even if not a fisherman the pond is still a very pleasant spot to take a stroll.
The whole Park is a haven for wildlife, from birds to badgers, so if you enjoy birdwatching or are just looking for total peace and relaxation in a beautiful setting we are sure you would enjoy our Park.
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This page was last updated: 18 April 2017