Ross Park FAQs
Frequently asked questions
The quickest and easiest way to check availability and book a stay at Ross Park is by using the ‘Make a Booking’ link at the top of this page. Alternatively, we are always happy to help with booking enquiries over the phone or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask that all guests arrive after 12 noon on the date of arrival and to depart the Park by 10am on the date of departure
We ask for a £50.00 non-returnable deposit to be paid (or payment in full if less) when making the booking. The full balance is then due 28 days before arrival and can be paid by debit or credit card, cash or cheque (payable to Ross Park).
Ross Park is fortunate to have a bus stop 100 yards from the Park entrance. If you would like a copy of the bus timetable, please ask at reception on arrival.
Normally a pitch will be allocated to you, depending on the size of your caravan/motorhome and the type of pitch requested.
If however, you have a specific pitch or area of the Park in mind for your stay, we advise that you call or email the Park to discuss the availability. Whilst we will always do our best to accommodate such requests, it is advisable to book as early as possible if requesting a specific pitch/area. Pitch requests are available for booking of 7 nights or over, however we cannot guarantee your specific pitch request & we will move you if we need to for operational reasons.
Our Premier pitch includes a hardstanding pitch, for two adults, 16amp electric hook-up, water connection and waste water connection. Our Deluxe pitch includes a hardstanding pitch, for two adults, 16amp electric hook-up and water connection.
Ross Park provides all guests with free WiFi and multiple devices per party are possible. This WiFi is suitable for internet browsing, emails and social media. There is also a good 4G network in the area.
Ross Park has an electric vehicle charging point for use by guests. Please do not charge electric cars through caravans.
We do not have TV points as the main transmitter for the area is on a hill fairly close to the Park, so by using the status aerial on your caravan/motorhome you will pick up a good signal.
We request that bicycles are not ridden on the main part of the Park for safety reasons.
BBQ’s are allowed on the Park provided that they are raised off the ground and that common sense is used in relation to the BBQ not being near hedges or awnings etc. We do not allow open fires or fire pits for safety reasons.
Yes, the maximum capacity per pitch is 6 people.
Ross Park is very dog-friendly and responsible owners are always welcome to bring their pets. Dogs can be walked off their lead in the dog walking field along with the many local footpaths. Ross Park has a dog shower with hot water to clean those muddy paws after a walk. There is a maximum of 2 dogs per pitch permitted.
The terms of our site licence state that only one motorised vehicle is allowed per pitch on the Park. Therefore if you have a caravan, you will be able to have your caravan and car on the pitch. However, if you have a motorhome and a car, or just have more than one car, then for fire safety reasons we request these are parked in the visitor’s car park for the duration of your stay.
The New Barn Bar & Restaurant will remain closed throughout 2021.
Please be considerate for your neighbours at all times. We ask for quiet between 11pm and 8am and the main gates are closed between 11.30 pm and 7.30am to prevent traffic through the park during those hours
Small Co-Op (0.8 miles) TQ12 5RH
Asda (3.4 miles) TQ12 1TG
Tesco (4.3 miles) TQ12 3AJ
Sainsbury’s (4.3 miles) TQ12 1BN
Lidl (4.7 miles) TQ12 3RN
Aldi (4.1 miles) TQ12 4EY
Morrisons (5.5 miles) TQ9 5DF
There is no shop on park, however the newly owned & well stocked local Spar shop is just on the main road close to the park entrance. We do sell gas from reception only.