Well behaved dogs are allowed by prior arrangement. Dogs must be kept on a lead on Nethergong land as not all children or campers love dogs. Owners of any dog acting aggressively will be asked to take them home immediately.
We allow campfires using one of our portable fire pits which you can hire for £5. We sell logs (£4.50 a bag) and kindling (50p a bundle) and deliver these to your camp every afternoon. Priority for firepits will be given to campers purchasing logs from us.
We are a tent-only site but do allow small campervans of the VW size and type. Please let us know if you have a VW when booking.
Yes we have no problems with gazebos. Unfortunately as we have noticed that they are getting bigger each year we have had to make a small charge of £5 this year
Family groups are welcome and we have locations where whole groups can be sited together. We do not accept under 18's unaccompanied by adults.
Normally parking by tents is allowed across the whole site. When ground conditions in the Main Field are wet we may ask you to unload and then park in the small adjacent car park.
We are happy for you to arrive any time after 11am. If you expect to arrive after 6.30pm please let us know in advance of your estimated arrival time. Exceptions are the Romany Wagon and Bell Tents where we ask for arrival time from 2pm.
In general we are happy for weekend campers to stay until mid-afternoon on Sunday as long as all outstanding monies have been paid. During the summer holidays we ask for departure by 2pm.Exceptions are the Romany Wagon and Bell Tents where we ask for departure time by 11am.
We don't encourage feeding the wildlife as there is plenty of natural food for them at Nethergong. Children can always help Jed feed the fish every morning!
Neither are suitable for swimming or even paddling. The frog pond is ok for a paddle.
Positively encouraged as long as they don't tear down large branches from our trees. There are always branches lying around on the ground.
Amplified music is not allowed at any time. Other campers right to peace should always be respected.