Pear Tree Holiday Park
Located on the edge of the Purbecks, Pear Tree is a small sheltered touring park that is set about 5 miles west of Poole.
Pear Tree Holiday Park is very picturesque and has a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. The site has no bar or entertainment. They cater mainly for couples and families with young children. They have a children's play park that is an acre in size which is fully enclosed. The children's park has a wide range of play equipment as well as a large area for ball games. Younger children will enjoy the swings, climbing frame and trampolines. Teenagers are not allowed to use these facilities.
The park's caravan and motor home pitches are individually numbered and feature 10 amp electric hook-ups. Their fully-serviced pitches have a waters supply and grey water drainage right at the pitch.
Pear Tree also has a separate unspoilt area of the park that is set aside for tents. These tent pitches are all individually numbered. They are allocated when you make a booking. Each pitch is fairly big and most of them can accommodate large modern tents.
Guests can also park beside their tent. The majority of the tent pitches have electric hook-ups standard.
OUT AND ABOUT
You can see many geological and wildlife wonders on Dorset's stunning Jurassic Coast. Going inland you can see dramatic landscapes, heathland, ancient woodlands and valleys. There are numerous walking and cycling routes. Young children will find many of local attractions that will suit them. There are also large towns steeped in history, rural villages and bustling seaside resorts.
There are many beaches nearby including Sandbanks, Shell Bay, Studland, Lulworth Cove, Durndal Door, Kimmeridge and Chesil Beach.
The park is set in an ideal location for exploring Poole, Bournemouth, Swanage and The New Forest.
There are golf courses nearby in Wareham and at the Isle of Purbeck.
Within 500 metres of Pear Tree there are coarse fishing lakes. Poole Harbour offers great sea and river fishing. There are also launching facilities for yachts and power boats at Poole Harbour.
There is a bridle path that leads from the park and extends to the Wareham Forest that is ideal for country walks and cycle rides.
Nearby attractions include Corfe Castle, The Blue Poole Furzebrook, Brownsea Island, Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre, Tank Museum Bodington and The Dinosaur Museum Dorchester.
DIRECTIONS: Pear Tree is on the west side of Poole on a quiet minor road just off the A351 Wareham Road. When you reach the junction of the A35 and the A351, follow the A351 towards Wareham. After about 1½ miles, you will reach the first set of traffic lights. Turn right at these lights (filter lane), we are less than ½ a mile on your left.