Camping FAQs

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When are you open?

The campsite is open all year round.

Do I need to book in advance?

Yes.  We take advance bookings only. 

Click here for: booking information


How much do you charge and who do I pay?

Click here for the full tariff.  The person who is most likely to relieve you of your hard-earned cash is Phil.  If we’re having a day off you may see our son Ben, daughter in law Laura, or our good friend Tim Ford.  You can see our happy mugshots on the ‘About Us’ section.  For details of how to pay please read our terms and conditions.


Do you have electric hook ups?


Yes,  We have 16 hardstanding pitches with electric hook up points plus 5 grass pitches with hook ups. 

You will need a standard 25 metre hook up cable to connect to our standard 10 amp supply.  Please check the length of your cable prior to arrival (they don't stretch!).


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Do you allow generators?

Sorry, no we don't allow generators.

Do you allow dogs on the campsite?

Well-behaved dogs on leads are allowed at the campsite and off the lead in our dog exercise area.   Owners must supervise their dogs at all times and must clean up after them when they foul. Dogs are not allowed at the lakeside nor can they be left unattended on the campsite.

Do you allow barbecues?

Yes, but they must be raised off the grass so that it doesn't scorch.  Please follow the countryside code – click here

Do you allow campfires or firepits?

Sorry, no.

Do you charge for use of the showers / toilets?

No.  If you have paid to use the campsite then use of the shower/toilet facilities is included.

Please leave the facilities as clean and tidy as you possibly can for the next person.


Do you have somewhere to wash dishes?

Yes, there are two dishwashing stations for use by campers staying on our campsite.  One is situated at the end of the shower/toilet block in the campsite and there is another outside the shower/toilet block next to Tiffin Cafe at the Farm.

What is the earliest / latest time I can arrive on site?

You can arrive on site any time between 12pm - 8.30pm.  

What time do I have to depart?

Please vacate your pitch by 11am on the day of departure.

If you would like a later departure time (to 6pm) please agree this with us in advance and we will accommodate you where possible - a late check out fee will apply.

What do I do when I arrive?

We live on site but don’t have a ‘Reception’ so please follow the instructions on our lovely signage which will let you know where to go and what to do.

If you have a booking for a numbered pitch, you can go straight to it, your name will be on it (in the perspex box at the rear).

If you have a booking for free-range camping (areas clearly marked on the map at the entrance to the campsite) please choose a spot ensuring you keep a safe and sensible distance from the next tent/motorhome/caravan

If you arrive without a booking, please do not pitch up but call us on 01934 835020.

What if the weather is bad?

If conditions are really wet or frosty, please keep your vehicle on the hard road, do not drive onto the grass, and you will be fine.

Can I get refreshments on site?

Yes, right here on the farm!   Tiffin Cafe at Bullock Farm.   Serving delicious, locally sourced farmhouse-style food, wonderful breakfasts and an excellent roast on Sundays.  01934 833125.

If you're visiting or staying with us, make sure you also make time to fit in a trip to The Milk Stand at Yew Tree Farm on Ham Lane to get fresh and flavoured milk produced on Phil's brother and sister in law's farm along with the freshest eggs, butter and cheese.  It's all really delicious (our favourite is banana flavoured milk!).

How far is it to the nearest pub?

The nearest pub is 1.5 miles away at North End, Yatton.  However, the nicest pubs are probably in the small, Victorian town of Clevedon, overlooking the sea which is 2.9 miles away.  If you don’t want to have to drive then there are details of local taxi firms on the noticeboard.  Details of the pubs and local amenities are on the noticeboard in the campsite -you can also click here.

What is there to do in the area?

There is lots to do in the area - take a look at the Local Attractions section of the website, click here.

Do you accept groups?

We do not allow groups of more than 6 on the campsite without prior agreement.  If you are looking to party and to play loud music (if your neighbour on the campsite can hear it, it's too loud), or to come onto or off the site late at night, then we are defnitely not the site for you. On the other hand, if you enjoy staying on a quiet, peaceful site in a rural location, with a family atmosphere, we'd love to see you.  Please also see our terms and conditions.

Do you have age restrictions?

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

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  • The complex consists of five lakes, 137  swims
  • Well stocked with a large variety of coarse fish
  • Day tickets - fee payable on the bank
  • Open dawn to dusk, 365 days of the year (no night fishing)
  • Two beautiful self-catering holiday cottages converted from a 300 year-old stone barn
  • Spacious campsite with electric hook ups and 'free-range' camping
  • Toilets & showers
  • Lakeside car parking
  • Tiffin Cafe at Bullock Farm


We pride ourselves on our friendly welcome and look forward to seeing you soon.

Phil & Jude Simmons





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  • Cottage great, fishing superb, great choice of lakes, good facilities, lovely surrounding area. Really look forward to returning again soon.

    Reuben Naish

  • The Dog's Bullocks...

    Angler's Mail

  • We had a lovely time in the Six House. Everyone was friendly and helpful, facilities were great. We would recommend the site to anglers and campsite users too.

    Nick & Libby

  • A massive hit with local anglers and holidaying visitors

    The Angling Times

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A relaxed camping trip, a stay in one of our cosy cottages - come to fish our lovely lakes or explore the local area.