Bath Caravan Park

How to Find Us

Directions with caravans

Leave M4 junction 19 on A4174 (Bristol ring road) Follow A4174 to A4 Bath. Take A4 to Bath, passing through Saltford. At the next roundabout (with The Globe pub on it) join the dual carriageway fork left towards Bath and Newbridge, Cross over the River Avon and pass the park and ride on your left. On your right is Capricorn Motors. Turn right into Brassmill Lane. We are 100 yards on the right.

Alternatively

Leave M4 junction 18 on A46 for Bath. Follow A46 for approx. 8miles to A4 interchange. Turn right and follow signs for Bath city centre to main traffic lights at A36 intersection. Turn left and follow A36 signposted Bristol. After approx. 3 miles on your right is a McDonalds, just pass this is a set of traffic lights, turn right towards Newbridge. Cross over the River Avon and pass the park and ride on your left. On your right is Capricorn Motors. Turn right into Brassmill Lane. We are 100 yards on the right.

Easy Access

 

See Caravan Park Plan

Bath Caravan Park map

Park Facilities

  • 88 concrete hard-standing pitches with electric hook up
  • Nearby amenities such as grocery shops, pubs and cafes
  • Toilet & shower facilities
  • Laundrette
  • Water point
  • Rubbish disposal
  • Chemical toilet disposal

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