Ross Park's News
Summer is barely here, although following April's heat some might say it has already been! Yet preparations are already underway for Christmas and New Year 2011. Details have been sent out however if you would like to receive information on our festive packages, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Sunday Evening Entertainment
Our Sunday evening barbeques have begun, along with our variety of different entertainers. Rox Duo kick started the barbeque season in mid-July and you can look forward to the return of all your favourites, including Dave Banana!
Something new for our younger guests! We have set up two nature trails around Ross Park for your children to explore. Many of our guests enquired as to the nature of the new bird boxes "without holes for the birds" which popped up in the conservation fields earlier this month. We can now reveal that these 'bird boxes' are in fact part of the nature trail, alongside which we have the nature hunt for the slightly older children. Pick up the cards from reception and let your children learn a little bit more about the surrounding countryside.
Ross Park Garden News
While the recent frequent downpours may not have been welcomed by our guests, the gardens were more than happy with the cooler temperatures. The flower beds are looking healthy and colourful while we also have some of our own vegetables being used in the restaurant and available in the shop. Unfortunately a rabbit decided to take up residence inside the rabbit proof fence and thus our peas and beans have been in short supply. We have though had an abundance of sweet peas which have added a lovely summery aroma to the reception area.
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Awards 2011
Following last years success as overall winner in the 2010 Top 100 Parks Awards, this year has seen Ross Park voted as the Regional Winner by the readers of Practical Caravan Magazine. For the third year running we have also been voted as the Best Pet Friendly Site. We are thrilled that our guests enjoyed their holidays at Ross Park enough to vote for us and our very grateful and sincere thanks go to all of you who gave us support. We will not rest on our laurels and will work as hard as ever to continue to improve the facilities at Ross Park so that your holidays here will be all that you wish them to be.
Levelling out of Pitches
For all our guests who enjoy staying on the pitches at the bottom of the park, beside the dog walk, you will be glad to hear we have now levelled the remaining pitches. Making access to your caravan easier and your stay at Ross Park all the more comfortable!