Cirencester Park Caravan Club Site, Stroud Road, Cirencester, GL7 1UT, Tel 01285 651546

To Find Site:- Once on the Cirencester ring road follow signs for Stroud. At the end of the dual carriageway take A419 signed for Stroud but be prepared to turn right in about 50 yards and right again in another 100 yards turning left into the lane to the site which is approx. 250 yards further on. During the early part of 2020 the approach road has been rebuilt alongside the original. The surface is much improved but it is narrower and in part lined with large rock boulders which are there to protect the tarmac edging. There are a couple of passing places, one only large enough for a car but the other should be fine for longer outfits. Best to take it very cautiously and at slow speed. Likewise stick to the set arrival time for this site.

COVID 19 Due to the Pandemic the Club have had to make changes to how the site operates. Access to toilet blocks is restricted by numbers at any one time, members are asked to use their own facilities if possible. There is no onsite shop. The children’s playground is closed but the kick about area is still open.

A Large, members only, site with over 200 pitches with a mix of grass and hardstandings and it is open from March to early January. The pitches are in two sections, one having all grass pitches and the other a mix of hardstanding and grass. The section nearest to Reception has the mixed pitches. However the hardstandings do vary in size and some are not large enough to take Caravan/awning/car side by side. Depending on outfit length it may be possible to park a car across the width of the pitch in front of the caravan. Some pitches may require a degree of levelling. The Club has recently converted 16 standard pitches to good sized serviced ones with individual water and waste water disposal. These are available for an additional nightly fee. Electric bollards, are rated at 16 amps using CEE17 blue connectors, are situated near to pitches but a long lead (25mts) may be needed on some pitches. The bollards also have a co-ax connector for digital TV, you need to provide your own cable although they can be purchased from Reception. The two toilet blocks, one in each section, are of a high standard and large enough to cope with possible demand. In front of each toilet block is a motorhome service point but the one in the main section has been converted to an open grill type but the other remains the heavy metal drain covers. Because of the road design from some parts of the site, motorhomes have to exit and re-enter the site to get to the service point! There are several service points around the site but only one of the three in the main section had a toilet disposal point which means a longish walk from some parts of the site.  The section with the grass pitches, all three service points have chemical disposal points. For children there is an adventure playground and on the edge of the site a large kick about area next to the dog walk. Near to Reception is an information room. Reception sells milk, ice cream and a small range of essentials. Takeaway food vendors are on site on some days. This site has site wide WiFi but which seemed to work quite well during our latest visit. I was also able to get a reasonable 4G signal with my phone. The site a storage facility and seasonal pitches might be available.

As the name suggests the site is near to Cirencester Park. You can access the Park by turning left out of the site entrance. Continue past the cricket and tennis clubs where you will find a gate with direct access to the park. Please note local opening times. The main Avenue takes you right into the centre of this pleasant Cotswold town with its good range of sites and eating places. An alternative walking route is to go back to the main road and follow that into the town. For shopping there is a Waitrose on the way into the town. There are bus services available from the main road or town centre.


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