Suggestions near Paultons Park

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  1. errpaul

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    Last minute decision to go away this weekend, but not quite decided on where. We thought maybe as the teenager is not with us that we'd go to Paultons Park but wondered if there was a cheap site or CL nearby? Also is it any good there for a 2 year old, just under 1m high, so free entry but makes me think he wont be able to go on much!
    We are CC members but not CCC.
    Failing that any other suggestions for a weekend away with a 2 year old, not too far from the Bath area??
     
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    Sorry can't tell you about Paultons Park, but if you are CC members there's a very nice CL about a mile away, Black Knowle, if you just want electric hookup, water and waste. All hardstanding (shingle) and just on the edge of the New Forest. If not a member there are various Forestry Commission sites in the forest or else one called Greenhill about 3 or 4 miles away
     
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    We wanted to do paultons this year but think it will have to wait till next year now, please tell if you do go :thumb:
     
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    Went to Paultons several years running when kids were younger. Marquis motorhomes used to run a free rally there for their customers (we were at the time) with free admission to the park.
    Good stuff and some suitable for little kids, some interesting stuff for adults too, I found their gypsy caravan museum very good.
    Might not still be there of course, I'm going back about 20 years.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. The Greenhill site looks really nice.
    Not decided where to go yet but will let you know. :Smile:
     
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    So we decided last minute, mainly due to weather not to go to Paultons park this weekend....ended up in the Cotswolds at the hoburne site.
    Still planning to go Paultons park soon though hopefully.
     
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