Four new parks in 2020 brochure

Our 2020 brochure has just gone to print. We now have 43 adult only parks featured because 3 have joined and one has returned since last year. This is the 20th edition of our brochure, marking our 20th anniversary.

The returning park is:

  • Wheathill Touring Park in Shropshire

The three new parks are:

  • Fields End Water Caravan Park, Lodges &¬† Fishery in Cambridgeshire
  • Hallsdown Farm Touring Park in North Devon
  • Green Acres Caravan Park in Cumbria

Would you like a brochure sent to your home as soon as it’s ready? Simply complete the form on the Tranquil Parks brochure page. Alternatively, view or download it on the same page.

Here’s some more information about the new parks:

Wheathill left Tranquil Parks in 2018 due to a local issue which is now resolved. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the South Shropshire hills, this park  has 5 AA gold pennants and all pitches are fully serviced.

Fields End Water is a quiet and peaceful family run park surrounded by beautiful fenland countryside. It has two excellent fishing lakes and lodges featuring private hot tubs.

Hallsdown Farm is the ideal retreat for chilling or exploring with supersized, hard-standing pitches or grass pitches with individual tap. Nearby are Exmoor National Park and the National Trust’s Arlington Court. Stroll or cycle round the nearby reservoir or take up the challenge of the South West Coastal Path.

Green Acres, situated in the heart of the countryside, is the perfect pace to de-stress and relax. Conveniently situated near the M6, many break up their journey with a peaceful stopover or use the park as a base for exploring the Lake District, Hadrian’s Wall and Carlisle.

 

Hallsdown is the only new park that does not allow dogs because it’s located on a working sheep fam.