Springfield Touring Park
Springfield Touring Park
You'll receive a warm welcome from resident proprietors Sheila and John Clark. Springfield is set in 3.5 acres of mature trees and shrubs, giving privacy, with 45 well-spaced pitches, many with hard standings. Water points are a short distance from all pitches.
We provide an excellent standard of facilities, and a friendly atmosphere, with extensive views over the Stour Valley.
We're very proud that our loyal visitors have voted us finalists in the top 100 UK caravan park awards by Practical Caravan Magazine 9 times since 2008, including being placed in the top 15 in 2010.
Here’s what one our of customers said about us:
“From the moment you make your booking with Sheila, to arriving at the caravan park and being shown to your pitch by John, it feels as though you are a member of the owners’ family. The site is always immaculate, and the toilet block is always clean and well-stocked. We love the ethics of recycling and this is put into practice at Springfield. We feel that the owners go that extra mile. We look forward to returning next year.”
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Springfield has tarmac roads for easy access, most pitches have hard standings and are planted with mature shrubs and trees giving privacy. There are also electric hook ups to all pitches
For the under 12's we have a fenced off play area with swings and slide (parental supervision is required)
We have recently refurbished our shower block, we have free hot showers for you to enjoy, shaver points and hairdryers.
You can do your washing in our laundry and we have a washing line drying area and an undercover hand wash area.
We can help with advice on where to visit, we have an information kiosk, and have an ice pack freezer service too.
Places to visit nearby:
We are 1.5 miles from the ancient town of Wimborne Minster, and within a short distance of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. There are many miles of child friendly, safe clean beaches, several of which have won the European ‘Blue Flag’ Award.
Walk or ride in the Beautiful New Forest with its wandering ponies and red deer. Visit the National Trust properties of Kingston Lacy House and Corfe Castle.
Hunt for fossils at the World heritage site of the Jurassic Coast at Lyme Regis and Kimmeridge Bay.
You can spend a day at Monkey World or the Bovingdon Tank Museum, or take a ride on the Swanage Steam Railway.
The little ones might enjoy a visit to Peppa Pig at Paultons Park, or take them to see the animals at Marwell Zoo or the fish at the Sealife Centre in Weymouth.
For those that prefer an active holiday, Poole is an excellent base for wind surfing, kite surfing and sailing, with many water sports centres nearby.
The pitch prices start from £24.00 - £28.00.
Please see the website for the booking form.
|Opening Dates (28 Mar 2020 - 31 Oct 2020)|