Site For RV Near Thorpe Park

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  1. dazzer

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    Anyone recommend a site capable of accomodating a 30ft RV near Thorpe Park Theme Park??:Wink:

    Not bothered about hookups or a red carpet just a place to put the handbrake on!!:thumb:

    As always thanks in advance :BigGrin:
     
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    As its a bit late ive emailed em :thumb:

    Thanks for your help ill let you know how it goes :Wink:
     
  4. Lindy-C

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    Hi Dazzer

    Here are a couple of local sites close by.....no mention of RVs so might be worth calling them. Laleham is just down the road Laleham Camping Club and the C&CC site at Chertsey (also very close by) looks as if it could....from the pics anyway :Smile: The Camping and Caravanning Club - SiteSeeker - Details
    The site at Hurley is a bit further but definitely worth a look......you could take in Legoland too :BigGrin:
    Hurley Riverside Park

    I used to go roller blading at Thorpe park back in the 80s :Eeek:
     
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    Now that i would love to have seen!!! :Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Thanks for the info though will give em a try in the morning :thumb::Wink:
     
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    We used Chertsey C&CC Park last year and took in Thorpe Park, Legoland , Chessington World of Adventures etc as well as visiting my Family.

    Thorpe Park is just up the road.

    We were pitched backing onto the river.Lovely siting and really enjoyed it.We use Chertsey a lot.
     
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    Give Thorpe Park a ring Dazz, they may allow you to stay over in their car park

    Jim
     
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    Just a quicky to bring you up to speed

    http://www.siteseeker.co.uk/aspx/details.aspx?id=6090

    These can accomodate a 30ft RV on a "Super Service Pitch" only:thumb:

    Not heard from the others yet and still waiting to hear from Thorpe Park to see if we can Park up there overnight. Answering machine job so im not holding my breath!!!:Angry:
     
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    That's what Ive got booked Dazzer.:BigGrin:
     
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    Thorpe Park gates are locked at night so unlikely able to stay on site. Many years ago Thorpe Park had a fantasic collection of really top quality sculptures, but the place change hands and most were sold off. Asset stripping in a big way. The fabulous fountain however was still there when I last visited. Amazing sirens riding horses all the way around it, each one different. A few other sculptures remain but the bulk have gone. Would be interested in a report of what the place has to offer now, after your visit. It is a fair way off the M4 so don't think you have missed it.
    Beware the LEZ it is not too far away, hate to see you get a £200 fine.
     
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