Visit Wood Farm Caravan and Camping Park in Dorset and experience the beautiful surroundings and spectacular rural scenery.
The park lies on the Dorset/Devon border. The area is famous for its rugged coastline littered with fossils from the Jurassic Age. Tranquil villages nestle in hidden valleys, tempting you to stop and enjoy a cream tea or pub lunch. Walkers are spoilt for choice with stunning coastal views or rolling inland vistas.
Recreational activities for all... enjoy our superb indoor swimming pool, tennis court, coarse fishing lake, outdoor draughts, indoor/outdoor play areas.
Taking time out to relax at Wood Farm is easy...
Opening dates:26 March to 1 November
The sanitary equipment was marvellous. We enjoyed staying at this campsite after seen lots of others with lower quality and higher costs.
Reviewed by Erik Stumpf
Lovely stay at Wood Farm, it was our first outing in our new caravan and we loved it. Very clean spacious washroom facilities and dishwashing area was great too. We liked it so much we are going back soon. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Chezza.
Having just spotted this online in the Lyme Regis area, I had no idea what to expect. We arrived around 4 on a Friday afternoon and checked in quickly and hassle free. We found our pitch to be very spacious with plenty of room either side for other tents. The site was very clean and quiet, noise wise, and the pitches were on terraces so we had a lovely view. Very nice shower facilities, and a pool and cafe on site. Ideal for visiting the Jurassic coast, will certainly go back again.
Reviewed by Steven Barlow
the cleanliness of the site, the most helpful staff, the care that makes it a wonderful place to take your hard earnt holiday
Reviewed by Terry Beazley
First class facilities in every respect and great staff. Site was in a good location for visiting places. Downside Premium pitch location which we stayed was too close to major road so road noise was proficient at all times. Dean
Reviewed by Dean
We booked a premier pitch for our 6night stay over Easter with our kids age 7and 12. The staff were really friendly, cheerful and helpful, and the site and facilities were immaculate.We used the pool and the fishing pond, would be nice if the price of the pool was included, if only for kids, as could get expensive.!Fantastic views across the site and a safe contained field for the children to play ball games .Will definitely return!
Reviewed by Joanne Shuttleworth
Very very clean throughout the park. Very nice, reasonably priced food from the Cafe/restaurant. Swimming pool exceptionally clean and monitored. Toilet block kept very clean. Staff always helpful. One of the best sites I've visited for camping.
Reviewed by Ian Holmes
Superb site, nicely laid out with plenty of room, toilet blocks kept immaculately. Staff very friendly and helpful; good bar and restaurant. Just off the A35 which means a bit of traffic noise but easy access to Dorset coast towns and beaches. Thoroughly recommended.
Reviewed by Colin Sleath
Probably the best campsite I have stayed in. The usual warm welcome and clean tidy site, but the shower rooms are second to none. Yes, rooms!! A large shower, toilet, basin, clothes hooks and a hairdryer all in a large enough room to move around in. Plus a swimming pool and bus stop conveniently nearby.
Reviewed by Angie Harper
Stayed here in May 2014, My family members had the Poplars flat, very comfortable and spacious, another member of my party had the Caravan, really nice, We had super Touring pitch, great views and nice size pitches. our only disappointment was we had 3 days heavy rain and wind, chippings under Van and Awning area but then had to walk across the grass to the road, Hence, muddy shoe's O.K we could take them off but the dogs paws mad the awning muddy as did our guests when visiting for coffee. This is a lovely site great staff, just hope the weather id dry on our return.
Reviewed by L.Richards Swansea