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Hello

 

I'm new to this site and would like some information about any caravan parks in the colchester area? i'm going that way for a family wedding.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen

Hi Stephen,

 

welcome to the forum, I am sure someone will be along to answer your query very soon.

 

GPS

 

 

 

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Hello

 

I'm new to this site and would like some information about any caravan parks in the colchester area? i'm going that way for a family wedding.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen

 

 

Hi Stephen

 

A list of sites in the Colchester area can be found here. ...... UKCS/sites/results3. ..ter&by=town

 

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Hi Stephen,

Like you I'm new on here and was just trawling through a few things when I saw your request for info. I can recommend the Colchester Camping & Caravan Park. I have used it many times, they have a few full service pitches which I like to use if available. It has good access to the A12 and is kept very tidy, has a small shop for basic essentials (no newspapers though)

Here is a link to their website http://www. colchestercamping. co. uk/.

 

Hope you enjoy your trip

 

Gilbs

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Hi Stephen welcome to the site. A nice site is fen farm on mersea island. Its just outside colchester has its own private beach kids can go crabing theres a pub :D just down the road which is walking distance from the site.

 

Swiftie.

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I can recommend Ardleigh Caravan & Camping Park, Oakview Nurseries CO7 7RH, about 6 miles from Colchester.

BUT it has no toilets or showers, only a very nice peaceful site with electric hook-ups.

One word of caution if you use sat nav, make sure you take the Dedham turn from the A12 not the Ardleigh one as the sat-nav will say.

It is a very narrow road of about a mile and a half long which seemed a lot further when I was towing squeezing past other vehicles.

Even then I was lucky, according to the site owners it's quite common for lorries to use it as a cut-through to a haulage depot a few miles away and there is no way you can pass an HGV on that road.

Who reverses, car and caravan or HGV? :(

It just shows you should take the routes recommended by site listing books and not blindly follow sat nav.

Ssangyong Korando Sports SX / Adria Altea 472DS Eden

 

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