Camping & Touring
The Golden Cap camping pitches are all surrounded by 2,000 acres of stunning National Trust Land and the World Heritage Coastline is a 100 metre walk away. There are wonderful cliff top walks and easy road access to the Bridport market town and other picturesque Dorset villages.
Choose your perfect Golden Cap camping pitch:
Hard standing pitches
A 7 x 4.5 metre concrete base, suitable for touring vehicles and motorhomes with an electric hook up, water and drainage with an adjacent car parking space.
A 7 x 4.5 metre gravel base, suitable for touring vehicles and motorhomes, they all come with electric hook ups and have an adjacent car parking space.
Grass pitches with electric
These grass areas come with electric hook ups and can be used by tents, touring vehicles and motorhomes, with an adjacent car parking space.
Big Berries Camping
From July 24th to September 1st we are able to open Big Berries Camping Field. This is a large field with amazing views across the valley and the sea. This field is available for tents and VWs and is non-electric. Please note this is a sloping field so we ask that cars are parked across the slope. Throughout the summer we are now serving takeaway pizzas in the park reception (5-9pm).
Big Berries is £18.75 per night – book online at www.wdlh.co.uk or call 01308 426947
There are 2 buildings with toilets and showers, all heated with modern décor. There is a laundry room, washing up area and disabled facilities. Also on park is a shop and tourist information, pizza takeaway, WIFI, 2 children’s play areas and a fishing lake. Golden Cap camping has never been better!
Advanced bookings are essential during peak periods and a minimum of 3 nights applies. Unfortunately Gazebos are not permitted and it is recommended that customers with large RV’s phone in advance, due to a limited number of suitable pitches. The electric hook up supply is 10 amp.
“Lovely little hideaway.”
We found this hideaway holiday park/camping site earlier this year in April, it was just a two day passing through visit in our motor home but what a jewel of a place. Returned for a better look in June for two weeks.
The site staff were very cheerful and friendly, the camp shop well stocked and the site itself well manicured. Lovely views and close to the South coast path. It has its own fishing lake (roach etc) and a 15 minute stroll along a bridle path puts you on the main coast bus route. Toilet facilities are excellent. The beach is pebbles and in a cove approximately 150 yards from the site with a nice fishermans pub and car park (£2.00 per day) before you enter it. 5 star site a credit to the employees.
Reviewed 7 July 2013
“Brilliant place for camping”
Stayed at Golden Cap for 4 nights in August absolutely fantastic weather was brill stayed in our own tent at top end of site. Did have bit of a walk to showers and toilet block but really, really clean so worth the trek. Shop reasonably well stocked.
Views are really excellent and site is above Seatown beach local pub good as well worth a visit.
Reviewed 20 August 2012 via mobile