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Bowdens Crest Caravan and Camping Park

Whether you are looking for a short weekend break in unspoilt countryside, a family holiday or even just want an overnight stop, Bowdens Crest Caravan & Camping Park is the place for you.

The 15-acre park is open all year round and offers modern caravans for hire plus facilities for touring caravans, tents, trailer tents and motorhomes. It is situated above the small historic county town of Langport, which was once a thriving port. Just 15 minutes drive away there is Yeovil and more locally Somerton and Frome. Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole are also within easy visiting distance and make a good day out.

On the site is The Mad Hatter’s licensed bar/kitchen where you can relax with a drink or choose from a varied menu of food during the day and evening.


The best of Somerset is close to hand from Bowdens Crest, such as witch hunting at Wookey Hole Caves, striding around the Quantock Hills, Blackdown Hills and the Somerset Levels, exploring the subterranean sights of Cheddar Caves, or, for the more modern, happily spending holiday money at Clarks Village in nearby Street. Glastonbury is about 12 miles away; these days it’s probably better known for its famous fest nearby, but a more peaceful time can be had around Glastonbury Abbey, which has stood on this site since the seventh century and which may – just possibly – be King Arthur’s Avalon where the mighty Excalibur was forged (Arthur and Queen Guinevere are purportedly buried here).

The ‘holy hill’ of Glastonbury Tor, home to Gwyn ap Nudd or the King of the Fairies, is another legendary local highlight to trek to: Somerset picnics taste super at the base of St Michael’s Tower, accompanied by tasty views of the Somerset Levels, Wiltshire, Dorset and over to Wales. Tiny Wells about 20 miles away is well worth a visit too: once there, see the show caves and look for the witch at the Wookey Hole Caves on the edge of the Mendip Hills, where dinosaurs, King Kong and pirate golf abound these days too. Another seven or so miles north-west and on the south side of the Mendips, spectacular Cheddar is worth at least a day to see the most of Cheddar Gorge and Cheddar Caves, where you can stick to sightseeing or be a bit more adventurous caving or rock climbing.

Outdoor options in the area include hiring a bike and pedalling off from Langport Visitor Centre into the Somerset countryside, fishing on the River Parrett and around Bridgwater, Somerton and Taunton, or sea fishing for Dover sole and bass from the beach at Burnham-on-Sea. While you’re on the coast, the Animal Farm Adventure Park is a popular pick with animal-petting youngsters, and a SeaQuarium is a little further along the shore at Weston-super-Mare.

More details on the Bowdens Crest Caravan and Camping Park website

Bowdens Crest Caravan and Camping Park

Bowdenscrest Caravan & Camping Park
TA10 0DD



Caravan Hire
Car Parking
Child Play Area
Dogs allowed
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Fishing Available
Food Shop
Games Room
Gas Cylinder Available
Licensed Club - Pub
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Water Hook-up
Wheelchair Access
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