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Cirencester Park Caravan Club Site
Stroud Road
Gloucestershire   (Browse area)
GL7 1UT   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01285 651546

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Pitches: 210
Open: 01/03 To 04/01/16

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 81 Reviews
              9/10 from 81 Reviews

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Date of Visit: May 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Santa cruz 18 reviews from this member

This was 'part two' of a two week trip to the Cotswolds, a week here following a week at Broadway.

Really well looked after (as pretty much all Caravan Club (CC) sites are) however suffers from one of my repeat complaints about CC sites, that of of too many tall trees. As a consequence very few pitched where you can sit, chill and have a 'brew' in the sun! I do wish they would cut some of them down.

Also lot of the hard (gravel) pitches are anything but level, some even, manage to slope to ways, which makes pitching the caravan that much harder.

That said toilet blocks are superb, very spacious shower cubicles, the walk into Cirencester is a joy when achieved via the park. Cirencester itself is a lovely place, lots of good pubs and eating houses, Roman amphitheatre worth a visit. Also Cotswolds Water Park just beyond the village and military base of South Cerney.

Finally, if you like pubs with character and a history pay a visit to the 'Tunnel Inn', it's sign posted (brown info signs) off the Swindon road. The place was built to house the 'navvies' who dug the tunnel, located right next to the pub, for the canal. The tunnel took 4 years to dig and is the second longest in Englands canal system.

Would we go again? Absolutely, site and town make a great package. Got to be 'a 10 from Len'

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Itsyum 64 reviews from this member

This is a typical caravan club site ! Lovely clean well maintained facilities ! 2 toilet blocks nice kids play area ! And friendly wardens ! The approach road is a bit rough and there didn't seem to be many level pitches (motorhomes need ramps) ! The site is about a 30 minute walk into the lovely Cotswold town of Cirencester (but it's a blooming good climb back up the hill on the return) We stayed over Easter weekend and a chip shop van was on site (not the best - over cooked frozen fish & frozen chips) we would definitely use the site again

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Lucysmum 13 reviews from this member

I can't recommend this site highly enough. The usual Caravan Club standards prevail - clean, friendly, roomy pitches etc.

We had beautiful warm, sunny weather too, which really helps. Being able to sit outside and eat one's evening meal was amazing;)

But best of all was Cirencester town. We don't usually venture into towns and villages, preferring to stick to the countryside. But the walk into Cirencester through the Bathurst Estate (and yes they really do close the gates at 5pm sharp!) is very pretty. The architecture is beautiful, the shops lovely (albeit rather expensive), the people were so friendly and helpful and I even found really tasty gluten free cake and tea with soya milk! The Abbey Fields were a very attractive park with a lake right in the centre of town.

Our dogs are not used to urban walking but really enjoyed all the attention they got from shopkeepers etc - a lady from a butchers shop ran out and threw a Dentastix at them! Be aware that most (but not all) of the formal park of the Bathurst Estate is out of bounds for dogs BUT turn left out of the campsite and as you cross the cattle grid (directions into town available from Reception)turn sharp left towards the tall column with Queen Anne on the top. All these fields are open all the time - no time restrictions like the Estate paths! I had several very satisfying walks with my dogs here and we never did get to the end of the land we could walk! We tried the Riverside Walk through the town, which was v. Badly signposted and we had to ask several (extremely helpful) people the way, even though we had OS maps! But there are lovely cross country walks around;)The on-site dog walk was bigger than some and the dogs could be let off their leads as long as they were supervised closely (well at least ours need close supervision as a rabbit dashing past is too much of a temptation!).

We pitched on the Estate side of the campsite, which had glorious views but the College side is noisier and not v. Lovely I'm afraid.

Would we go back? Definitely.

Date of Visit: December 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Pippah45 3 reviews from this member

Lovely site - it wasn't my first visit and I am sure not my last. I pitched about as close to the Dog walk as one can in winter so no building work noticed by me. Dog walk is great as others have said - and with the Park just outside the site it is doggy heaven there. Masses to see in the area - I would like to go back later in the year to investigate the Museums and Roman stuff that was closed. Waitrose within reach and lots of other shops walkable if you are reasonably energetic. The town is very pretty and its a great walk there. Wardens are doing a great job. The approach isn't the best but not really a problem.

Date of Visit: December 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: BDF001 3 reviews from this member

Nothing really I could say against this site. Fab! Use it regularly and stayed many a Christmas period. Wardens are really friendly and made a great effort with the decorations at Christmas. Gravel pitches are wide with plenty of room for caravan and awning plus nice grass area to sit.

Great dog walk where you can let your dogs off :-)

Cirencester town is great to walk around. Plenty of supermarkets within easy reach and the site sometimes has pizza and fish and chip take aways on site.

As someone else has said the entrance road is full of potholes but unfortunately I think it is not owned by the caravan park so not much they can do

Would highly recommend

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Weaversbrook 7 reviews from this member

What a Gem of a site fantastic clean facilities well laid out road system, and so very very dog friendly, The dog field is huge, Great walk into the town the entrance to the town from the estate is like a film set. Toilets/showers very modern and very clean. No building work going on at our stay. Would visit this site again and again.

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