We would like to invite you to share the beauty of East Fleet Touring Park in Dorset with us, as we are sure you will love it here as much as we do. We pride ourselves on offering a unique location on the shores of the Fleet Lagoon, overlooking Chesil Beach and the Sea.
The touring park is situated at the heart of our 200 acre organic farm. Pitch your tent, motorhome or touring caravan in the one of the most beautiful settings imaginable. We are delighted to have been chosen to receive a gold David Bellamy award for ten consecutive years, placing us amongst the most environmentally friendly campsites in the UK.
You can unwind and relax on your holiday in the truly peaceful Dorset countryside, yet we are less than 3 miles from the seaside town of Weymouth where you can enjoy a wealth of attractions, entertainment, events and shops, not forgetting the award winning beach.
Opening dates:16 March - 1 November
Lovely park with superb facilities. Will be back.
Reviewed by Jo Miller
Beautiful site & great facilities, we will be going back
Reviewed by Joanne williams
It was our first visit to East Fleet Farm in our caravan. We booked a fully serviced gravel pitch which was well worth the money. We had a sea view which was an added bonus. We were close to the toilet and shower block which was very convenient. The facilities were kept very clean. The staff were very friendly and helpful. It is a great location for discovering Dorset coast. A coastal path runs past the edge of the site which means you can go for a nice walk without using the car. Will definitely use this site again. The only thing they could improve is the on site pub which is a bit dull could do with brightening up a bit. Beers was good though!!
Reviewed by Martin Burford
Spent a fortnight at East Fleet with a rally, this is a first class site with excellent facilities and the staff are so friendly and helpful. The location overlooking the Chesil Bank and Fleet is so beautiful. The area offers so much to see with easy access with bus routes into Weymouth and the Jurassic coast bus. We will be back.
Reviewed by Lloyd Le Tiec