Exclusive Camping and Caravan Park in Evesham
Long Acres Park, Longdon Hill, Wickhamford, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 7RN
Long Acres Camping and Caravan Park is located just a short drive away from the centre
of Evesham in Worcestershire. This area offers some of the most attractive towns and villages in the UK ideally nestled between the
Malvern Hills and beautiful Cotswolds. Worcester, Gloucester, Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham are
all nearby offering a wide range of places to visit and explore.
Moss Parks recently acquired Long Acres Park which comprises approximately 8 acres of level grounds for touring caravans, motorhomes & camping tents and includes a fishing pond, modern toilet block facilities and caravan/motorhome storage. It also benefits from electronic entrance barriers and CCTV. Well behaved dogs are welcome. We can also cater for rallies and large groups by appointment.
Touring Park, Motorhome and Camping in Worcestershire
Telephone 01386 442575 or 07909 746465 to make a reservation.
We have a small but picturesque fishing pond stocked with Common Mirror and Crusian Carp, Rudd, Roach, Bream, Tench and Perch
is available to residents to enjoy for a small daily tariff.
Long Acres Parks has hard standing pitches and electric hook up facilities for motorhomes and touring caravans.
On site is a modern, clean toilet facility block with large shower rooms, separate easy access disabled facilities and washing/waste disposal areas.
Our small information office has helpful information about things to do and places to visit.
Long Acres Park is a gated park protected by a code entry barrier and 24 hour CCTV.
We provide open and covered storage of motorhomes and caravans 12 months a year.
Please contact us for rates.
|The pitch price per night includes two adults, car and awning.|
|Child 3-16 years||£1.50|
|Additonal chargers are per night|
We request a 25% deposit at the time of booking. Please contact us for availability and booking. Telephone 07909 746465 or complete the Enquiry Form and we will contact you shortly.
2016 Bank Holidays
|Easter||03 April - 06April|
|May Day||01 May - 04 May|
|Spring||22 May - 25 May|
|Late Summer||28 August - 31 August|
|Low||01 January - 31 March|
|01 October - 31 December|
|Mid||01 April - 10 July|
|01 September - 30 September|
|High||11 July - 31 August|
|Except where peak charges apply|
How to Find Long Acres Park
Long Acres Park is on the A44 just off the A46 just 4 miles from Evesham. It is within easy driving distance to Stratford upon Avon (14 miles), Cheltenham (18 miles) and Worcester (22 miles).
The park is easily accessed from the motorway of M5 (junction 9) and M40 (junction 15).
There are bus services in the area which provide access to all nearby towns & villages, and also a train station in Evesham, just a mile away from Longacres, that has good rail links with major cities & towns such as Worcester, Cheltenham, Birmingham, Oxford & London.
Telephone: 01386 442575
Mobile: 07909 746465
Long Acres Park
Site has great toilet/shower/washing up blocks and plenty of taps/chemical disposal areas
This is a great little site on the outskirts of Evesham. It is an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds and surrounding areas.
Toilet block is the most fantastic toilet block I have ever seen!
EVESHAM & SURROUNDING AREAS
Long Acres Park is in an ideal central location… perfect for visiting the many places of interest and tourist attractions. Only 5 minutes from the park is the historic riverside town of Evesham, where you will find many shops and restaurants.
Evesham’s medieval history is in evidence everywhere with its many black and white timber faced buildings.
Take time to visit The Bell Tower overlooking the river Avon and dating back to the 16th century and The Heritage Centre at The Almonry which dates back even further to the 14th century.
The world famous towns of Cheltenham, Worcester and Stratford upon Avon are only a short drive away and are guaranteed not to disappoint, but it’s also well worth visiting the quaint and beautiful villages surrounding the area around the Cotswolds. Not to be missed are Broadway, Chipping Campden, Stow on the Wold and Bourton on the Water.