Statement from Larks Rise Caravan and Camping 16/3/2020 As a valued customer, we would like to keep you informed about the recent developments regarding the UK outbreak of Coronavirus.We have regrettably taken the decision, after great thought, to postpone this year’s opening of Larks Rise Caravan and Camping until at least Friday 8th May 2020. Please be assured any campers who have booked prior to the 8th May will be refunded in full, we hope that you understand that this decision was not taken lightly but our duty of care to our customers and employees is of primary importance at this uncertain time. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and we will reassess our decision at the end of April and issue another statement when we hope we shall have more insight regarding the effect that the virus may have or is having within the UK. We will also post regular updates on Facebook and our Website www.larksrise.co.uk It also goes without saying that our thoughts are with everyone affected by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). HOW TO FIND US. Our campsite is situated a third of a mile off the A39, which is accessible off the M5 Junction 23. We are in between Ashcott and the village of Walton in Somerset. We are surrounded by countryside with panoramic views of Glastonbury Tor, the Mendip Hills and of course the Somerset Levels. THINGS TO SEE IN THE AREA? There is a large variety of wildlife in the area including Larks, Bitterns, Kingfishers, Swallows, Woodpeckers, Hawks, Brown Hare, Deer and Otter. If you like to get out and about on your holidays there are lots of things to see and do, whether you like shopping, fishing, cycling, walking, sightseeing, leisure parks, swimming or if you prefer to simply relax. Somerset caters for a variety of interests. Local cycle routes and footpaths can be accessed directly from the Campsite. Great Shopping nearby with the famous Clarks Village, along with a large choice of restaurants, pubs and bars in the local area. The mystical town of Glastonbury is nearby, they offer a tour bus which makes regular visits to Glastonbury Tor. Official Cycle routes lead through the countryside and there are plenty of footpaths for those who enjoy a good ramble. There are also wildlife trusts at Sharpham Moor, Catcott Complex, Catcott North, Dundon Beacon and Westhay Moor, Great Breach Wood, Gillingdown and the RSPB nature reserve at Ham Wall. (Come and see the famous Starling murmurations).
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WE ARE OPENING MAY 8th

DELAYED OPENING Friday 8th May 2020

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Our campsite is in Walton in The Heart of Somerset near the Somerset Levels . We are a family friendly site but we are very sorry we do not allow pets on the campsite. WHERE ARE WE? Our campsite is situated a third of a mile off the A39, which is accessible off the M5 Junction 23. We are in between Ashcott and the village of Walton in Somerset. We are surrounded by countryside with panoramic views of Glastonbury Tor, the Mendip Hills and the Somerset Levels.
Campsite Family Friendly
Countryside
WE ARE NOW CLOSED UNTIL 8th MAY 2020
“Statement from Larks Rise Caravan and Camping 16/3/2020 As a valued customer, we would like to keep you informed about the recent developments regarding the UK outbreak of Coronavirus.We have regrettably taken the decision, after great thought, to postpone this year’s opening of Larks Rise Caravan and Camping until at least Friday 8th May 2020. Please be assured any campers who have booked prior to the 8th May will be refunded in full, we hope that you understand that this decision was not taken lightly but our duty of care to our customers and employees is of primary importance at this uncertain time. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and we will reassess our decision at the end of April and issue another statement when we hope we shall have more insight regarding the effect that the virus may have or is having within the UK. We will also post regular updates on Facebook and our Website www.larksrise.co.uk It also goes without saying that our thoughts are with everyone affected by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).”