Birchwood Touring Park AGM 23rd to 26th April

This year we have decided to run camping at our AGM weekend. This see us back at the popular site of Birchwood. The Sunday we will be holding our AGM and encouraging all that can attend to please do so.

More information nearer the meet will be published

 

Facilities

  • Electrical hook-up point (10 amp supply) pitches on grass or gravel

  • Non-electric grass tent pitches

  • Well stocked self-service shop with off licence, newspapers, general groceries, sweets, ice cream, soft drinks, toys, Calor gas exchange and camping & caravanning supplies

  • Take-away foods

  • Icepack exchange for a small charge

  • Free hot showers in toilet/shower blocks, heated in the winter

  • Chemical toilet disposal points

  • Motor-home waste disposal point

  • Dogs admitted if kept on a short lead

  • Direct access into forest

  • Launderette with washers & tumble-driers (tokens to purchase)

  • Wash up sinks (indoor & outdoor)

  • Local leaflets and information

  • Books to borrow or swap 

  • Children’s play area and sand pit

 

Stewards: Marian & Alan Bown

Price £14.00 with EHU

Directions:

The site is located on a good, straight, unclassified road called the Bere Road, half way between Wareham and Bere Regis.

From Poole (A35/A351) or Dorchester/Wool (A352/A351):

On the north side of the railway line at Wareham on A351, at the roundabout follow the road signposted Bere Regis. Follow the road down to a second roundabout take the third exit onto Bere Road. Follow Bere Road for about 2 miles. You will pass the Silent Woman pub on your left. Birchwood Tourist Park is the second Park along the road, being the first on the right hand side.

 

From Dorchester (A35), or Wimborne (A31):

At the Bere Regis roundabout at the Shell Petrol Garage, take the A35 exit sign posted towards Poole. At the next smaller roundabout take the first exit. Follow the A35 towards Poole for about a mile. Turn right at the sign post to Wareham with a brown caravan sign (with three distances on it). This takes you off the A35 onto Sugar Hill, follow the long straight road (Bere Road) through the forest for nearly 3 miles. Birchwood Tourist Park is second Park along the road on the left hand side.

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