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Long Hazel Park
Campsite: 6066 Somerset

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  • Upmarket Adult Only Park no one under the age of 18 years.

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    Long Hazel Park is an Adult Only Park. It is an ideal touring base to explore the beautiful West Country and is easily accessible from the A303 for the largest motorhomes.

    Licensed for 75 motorhomes, caravans and tents and 15 Pine Lodges, one is for hire and fully adapted for wheelchair users. Forty all-weather hardstandings with 16 amp electric hook-up and complimentary hot showers. Modern, clean, winter-heated amenities with separate suite for wheelchair users.

    The Park is level and an easy walk from the Village Inn and Restaurant as well as the 24 hour Esso Garage, Spar Mini Market and McDonalds Restaurant.

    A regular bus service operated by South West Coaches links Sparkford with local market towns and villages, the railway station at Castle Cary (4 miles) and the Royal Bath and West Showground (10 miles). The Royal Naval Air Station at Yeovilton is 3 miles and the Haynes International Motor Museum is 1 mile.

    We have an exclusive, private lodge development on a separate part of our Park, which is gated and screened by trees and fencing.

    There are currently 12 plots available for various sized Lodges for private ownership based on a 50 year British Holiday and Home Parks Association Licence Agreement, for holiday and leisure use for 12 months of the year.

    Each Lodge has a separate parking bay with prices to suit all budgets.

    This property appears courtesy of CampsitesCaravanSites.co.uk


      Area:   4 acres   Pitches:   50   Hardstandings:   30   Statics:   --

    Cafe:   N   Play Area:   N   Chemical Toilet Disposal:   Y
    Disabled Facilities:   Y   Electric Hookup:   Y   Entertainment:   N
    Gas Refills:   Y   Internet Access:   Y   Laundry:   Y
    Bar:   N   Indoor Pool:   N   Outdoor Pool:   N
    Pets Welcome:   Y   Showers:   Y   Toilets:   Y
    Shop:   Y                

    By car, cycling or on foot:
    From the A303 Hazlegrove Services Roundabout follow the brown and white tourist signs into Sparkford Village. We are on the left-hand side just past the 30 miles per hour sign.

    By public transport:
    Alight at either Castle Cary Railway Station or Yeovil Junction Railway Station and take either a taxi or a connecting bus service to Sparkford Village Inn.

    Awards and Accolades


    Practical Caravan Magazine readers have placed our park in the 2009 competition, as one of the Top Hundred Parks in the UK. (In fact we came in the top 50.
    We also came second in the regional finals for Somerset, Avon and Wiltshire.

    For the second year running we were presented with the award for The Practical Caravan Magazine 2010 Top 100 Sites at the NEC in Birmingham and also nominated as a finalist for Somerset, Avon and Wiltshire. We came 20th overall in the ratings.
    A Big Thank You once again, to all our patrons who supported us.

    Pricing and Opening Times
    A flat rate fee of 20.00 per night for a car, tent and up to two adults or a car, caravan and up to two adults or a motorhome and up to two adults, including 16 amp electric hook-up and complimentary hot showers. Solo campers receive 25% discount.

    Please see our website for other deals.

    Self-catering on application in our luxurious Holiday Lodge.

    All Year.

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