This is a Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site, which accept caravans or motorhomes and usually tents. This is a club member only site - you can usually join on site
Opening Dates: March Early November
Acacia Farm Campsite is situated in the rural Somerset village of Rooksbridge close to jct 22 M5 on the A38.The site is a 5 acre field which is mainly flat with hard standing and grass pitches with electric hook ups. There are two bathrooms each with a toilet and wash basin and shower in each they are situated by the main house a short walk from the camping area. There is also 2 more toilets and 1 shower situated nearer the site. There is also a washing up room with 2 sinks and a fridge freezer to use and information books and maps We have a large 8 acre field which you can walk and exercise your dog. Approx 400 yards down a quiet lane is the village pub and post office cider farm and Farm shop. To Hire Wood Cabin sleeps 4 one room dwelling also fully equipped kitchen,log burner TV DVD dining table & chairs.Outside veranda with seating & handmade wooden furniture bbq & fire pit. Separate toilet and shower located behind cabin for cabin use only.
Moroccan Yurt Sleeps 4-6 Use of Campsite toilet & showers for Yurt.
All you need to bring is your bedding towels and personal belongings.
Weston Super Mare, Burnham On Sea & Brean, Beaches & seafront.
Cheddar Gorge & Mendip Hills for spectacular views and caves to explore as well as Wookey Hole with its witch of Wookey further on.
If its a mystic moment you want or to follow in the footsteps of King Arthur then Glastonbury Tor is the place full of Karma and quirky shops.
Wells the smallest city in England with a Cathedral and the oldest medieval street in Europe dated 1360 plenty of shops bars & cafe to peruse. All these places are around a 10-15 mile radius of our campsite.
Explore on bike as you are in the Somerset levels its flat and full of birds and wildlife visit Westhay Nature Reserve or if lucky catch the starlings aerial displays & take a break at a country pub on route.
Leave the M5 at Junction 22. Follow A38 towards Bristol Airport & Cheddar Gorge. Then follow signs for Rooksbridge,once over the motorway bridge and on entering Rooksbridge you pass a speed camera on your left,then a pub and Post Office, we are approx 400 yards on the right out of the 30 zone and past the village sign Look for the pink road markings when they come to an end that's the turning also there is a E Type Bonnet with Swallows Jaguar at the entrance. If you find yourself entering Tarnock then you have just missed us.
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