Forgot to mention for anyone interested the Chinese Takeaway next to Tescos in station road will deliver to your motorhome.I know it's an old post but...
Is this still an 'Aire' or similar? Looking to stop somewhere around here next weekend.
£20 facing the sea, £15 at the back of the car park.It was about £10 per night in winter but I think it will be more like £15 this time of year
They now charge £20 for the seafront side.Overnight Motorhome Parking
Motor Homes can only park in Beachlands West Car Park overnight(inn on the beach PO11 0AS). Parking is not permitted in any other Beachlands Car Park.
Charges apply from 10pm-8am.
Maximum stay is 72 hours.
This does not include unattached caravans. They must remain attached to a vehicle at all times.
The charges are:
Tickets can be purchased from the parking meter or via Ringo pay by phone between the months of March and October. To obtain a ticket from the meter:
- Low season: £10.00 per night. (1st November to 28th February inclusive)
- High season: £15.00 per night. (1st March to 31st October inclusive)
During the months of November to February (inclusive) there are no pay and display machines situated along the sea front as parking charges are not applicable during the day (8am-6pm). Therefore you would need to purchase your overnight parking time via our RingGo payment system.
- Press the green button
- Motorhome will be displayed on screen
- Insert payment.
A mate was there last week and that's what he read on the sign perhaps he needs to go to specsavers.i was there 4 days ago and parked overnight facing the sea on the seafront for £15.
used the campsites in hayling=not nice,river creek reminded me of a prison,and all are a long waaaaaaay from a beach.A mate was there last week and that's what he read on the sign perhaps he needs to go to specsavers.
Still expensive has you have to pay another £10 to park for the day, he was on the campsite £23.50 inc EHU.
We only ever use campsites as a last resort all prison camps to us.used the campsites in hayling=not nice,river creek reminded me of a prison,and all are a long waaaaaaay from a beach.
as a legal overnight stop it good value,wish there were more forward thinking councils.
it used to be a fiver a night but after pressure from campsite owners the council raised the price to £15 a night.Stayed at Hayling Island 6 weeks ago and it cost me £15 to park where no one else wants to park between 10pm and 8am.
It may be a forward thinking council but it's also another example of 'Rip Off Britain'
I only paid £18 the following night for a full service campsite.
I don't need to tell you what we get for 7 or 8 Euros in France... far better facilities than this.
I'm more than happy to pay my way for decent parking spots, and this is a decent spot but way too expensive for my liking.