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Holiday parks and camping and caravaning sites in and around Bristol

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Choosing to stay in holiday parks or camping and caravaning sites in Bristol is a great way of seeing the historic city. For a family on a budget, keeping the cost of accommodation down means the savings made can be spent on daytrips and eating out instead. Bristol has famous attractions the whole family can enjoy. There is Bristol Zoo for the kids and the newly opened and free M Shed museum for parents. Picnics on the Downs and boat trips along the river are activities that everyone will love.

Caravan sites in Bristol

Baltic Wharf Caravan Club Site off Cumberland Road is a twenty-minute walk from the city centre. With a riverside location and pubs and restaurants nearby, the site is ideally situated. The river ferry, boat trips and the SS Great Britain are all on the doorstep.

The site is open throughout the year. It has 55 hard standing pitches and is only suitable for caravans. It has all the usual facilities, toilet and shower block and laundry area, plus Wi-Fi is available. In peak season, which runs from the 25th July - 5th September (2010/11 prices), the cost is £9.50 per pitch and £7.60 per adult.

Camping and caravaning in the Bristol area

If you want easy access into Bristol but a peaceful rural location, Brook Lodge Farm Camping and Caravan Park is perfect. Located in Cowslip Green, a hamlet just off the A38 into Bristol, the site covers four acres and has mainly grass pitches with a few hard standing areas. The site has a shower and toilet block, ironing facilities, children's play area and free Wi-Fi. To find out prices, you need to fill out the sites online form at www.brooklodgefarm.com, and specify either tent or caravan, plus how many days you are planning on staying.

Bristol area holiday parks

Family friendly Warrens Holiday Village (www.warrensholidayvillage.com) is only a 30 minute drive from Bristol city centre. Comprising of bungalows and lodges, it offers a self-catering holiday with quick and easy access to Bristol and surrounding Somerset. July 2011 prices start from £46 per day (or £322 per week) for two people sharing a small lodge, to £81 per day (£567 per week) for a bungalow sleeping 6 people. You pay extra to have breakfast and dinner included.

There is plenty of choice when choosing holiday parks and camping and caravaning sites in Bristol. All you need to do now is make that booking, pack your bags and enjoy your holiday!

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