Bath Caravan Park

Prices

Caravan Park Tariff

Peak Season

30th March 2018 – 9th September 2018 inclusive,
16th November 2018 – 31st December 2018 inclusive.

Main site pitch & electric £16.40
Budget or woodland pitch & electric (suitable for small motorhomes or camper vans up to 18′ long) £13.55

Off-peak Season

10th September 2018 – 17th November 2018 inclusive,
1st January 2019 – 13th April 2019.

Main site pitch & electric £13.30
Budget or woodland pitch (Summer only) & electric (suitable for small motorhomes or camper vans up to 18′ long) £10.65

All extra items

Per adult £6.00
Per adult (with 60+ concession) £5.00
Per child (3–16 years old) £3.20
Children under 3 FREE
Full awning FREE
Open gazebo or porch awning FREE
TV hook-up FREE
Dogs (must be kept on a lead at all times) FREE
Hot showers for registered holidaymakers FREE

Bookings can be made online here or by calling the park direct on 01225424301.

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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