thorpe park

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    signworks Funster Life Member

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    hi funsters
    look for a camp site near thorpe park any ideas welcome

    cheers signworks:thumb:
     
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    There's a C&CC site at Chertsey which is about 2.5 miles from Thorpe Park.

    There are bus services from Chertsey to Thorpe Park, pretty regular I should imagine.
     
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    Yes, there's a lovely site in Chertsey.

    We were there last week and very highly recommend it. :thumb:

    Simon and Sarah, the two wardens, own a lovely Damon Daybreak that's parked just inside the main gate. They're RVOC members, too.
     
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    We were last there in early January , but had to make a dash for it because the Thames started invading the site.

    If you go out for a beer/ meal avoid ( like the plague) the Bridge Hotel which is to the left as you come out of the site. It used to be a great little place with great food and a 20% discount on beer and food upon production of your receipt from the site. They modernised it about 2 years ago and ripped the character out of it completely. No one goes in there anymore.

    Just the other side of the bridge there is a decent enough place to eat and drink called the Kingfisher ( I think) - although I am not sure if it survived the January floods.
     
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    Thanks for your help :thumb::thumb:
     
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