We look forward to welcoming you to Lark’s Rise, we are a family run touring caravan and camping site and are certified by Freedom Camping, you do not have to be members to stay at our campsite but if you would like to join membership is free! Look out for the Freedom Camping membership logos thoughout our website. We are a family friendly site but we are very sorry we do not allow dogs 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. 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.
Excellent as usual! Stayed here the same time last year, so our return visit speaks volumes. Great facilities, 20 minute stroll to the Ring O Bells for a Sunday Roast. Oh yes, and the Hares were back in the opposite field yesterday. Thanks Linda for making us welcome.Andy and Diane Hussey 11-9-18
We are closing for the 2018 season on 30th September. Our 2019 season will restart in March or April (this is weather dependent). We would like to thank you for visiting us and we look forward to seeing you next year.Linda and Martin x