Back of Beyond Touring Park, St Leonards, Dorset

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Campsites Category: Camping and Touring Pitches, Fishing Available, Glamping, and Pets Allowed

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  • Back of Beyond Touring Park is family-owned and operated and set on a 30 acre expanse of beautiful Dorset countryside. The woodland, heathland, lakes and river habitats support a wide range of small wild animals, deer and spectacular birdlife. Back of Beyond Touring Park

    There are just 80 pitches in all this space and the park is ‘adults-only’ to allow our guests to relax, free from disturbance, and to facilitate the development of our quality-of-life philosophy for the park. For your peace of mind, we are highly secure by location, design and technology.

    Back of Beyond Touring Park’s pitches are all level, hard and mostly grass with many water and waste points and all have hook-up of 10 amps. We usually let you pick your own pitch and we welcome all touring units and tents.

    There is a beautiful woodland glade – Emmasfield – which is kept free for campers wishing to get closer to the wildlife. Sorry, no dogs in this glade!

    Quiet, well behaved dogs are welcome – on leads in the main park, but they can run free over 18 acres of woods and heathland on the park with secure boundaries.

    NEW – GLAMPING VILLAGE
    Back of Beyond Touring Park now has 2 wooden Lodges and 3 camping Pods all with kitchens, beds heating, power and furnishings.
    There is also a fully kitted out Bell Tent for those who love canvass. Additionally there is now a beautiful glamping vintage Airstream Caravan available for hire.

    OUT AND ABOUT
    • 5-15 mins. by car:
    New Forest villages, Ringwood and Matchams Raceway, Stapehill Abbey Crafts & Gardens, Bournemouth Aviation Museum, Wimborne Minster, major shopping centres, places to eat, entertainement, museums, local attractions and events, boot sales and markets.

    • 15-30 mins. by car:
    Jurassic Coast, Blandford Forum, Bournemouth and beaches, Christchurch, Winchester, Poole, Poole Pottery, Branksome China, Salisbury.

    • 30-60 mins. by car:
    Dorchester, Lymington (for Isle-of-Wight ferry), Swanage, Beaulieu, Bucklers Hard, Corfe Castle, Lulworth Cove, Wareham.

    DIRECTIONS
    From north or east – M3 J.14 onto M27 westbound, join A31 (sp. Ringwood). Pass Ringwood, stay on A31 to St. Leonards, pass St. Leonards Hotel on left. At next roundabout (signed Boundary Lane) turn right into site lane – take care this turn is set back from the roundabout by a few yards, so look for our sign.

    From west – follow signs for Ringwood on A31 eastbound. Pass The Woodman Pub on your left. At the next roundabout go straight over and IMMEDIATELY LEFT into site lane. Follow our signs.

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  • Tent Pitches: Yes
    Tour Caravan Pitches: Yes
    Motor Home Pitches: Yes
    Chemical Disposal Point: Yes
    Car Parking: Yes
    Dogs allowed: Yes
    Drinking Water: Yes
    Electric Hook-up: Yes
    Electric Shaver Point: Yes
    Fishing Available: Yes
    Food Shop: Yes
    Gas Cylinder Available: Yes
    Ice Pack Facility: Yes
    Launderette: Yes
    Shower Facilities: Yes
    Wheelchair Access: Yes