Monkton Wyld Holiday Park

Scotts Lane, Charmouth, Dorset, DT6 6DB

TripAdvisor Dorset Tourism Award David Bellamy
TripAdvisor Dorset Tourism Award David Bellamy

Campsite Details

01297 631131
14th February - 9th November 2020
From £25.15 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.5 4.5 199 Reviews

Spacious pitches Jurassic Coast Helpful, friendly staff

A site with large, spacious pitches, where every pitch backs up to a hedge or flower bed. Monkton Wyld is divided into several paddocks so you never feel ”part of the crowd”. Superb shower blocks. Only three miles to the coast.

125 pitches, plus summer camping field, in 26 acres on the Devon/Dorset border three miles from Lyme Regis and Charmouth. In the countryside yet within easy reach of many distinctive seaside villages, each with their own special character, and quiet inland villages and towns. So many tourist attractions which cater for all ages and interests are nearby, with a comprehensive tourist information section on site and knowledgeable staff with suggestions galore!

There are 24 specially surfaced pitches which cater for both tents and caravans together with regular hardstanding and grass pitches all with 16 amp electricity. These former pitches are really appreciated by tents when the weather is less than it should be! There are also a few extra large jumbo pitches able to take even the largest RV. There are some grass only pitches not too far from the shower blocks and play areas. The summer camping field is flat with good access and is excellent for families requiring a more “back to basics” experience.

Beautifully maintained grounds, and the large pitches - every one backs up against a hedge or flower bed. Never feel “part of the crowd”.

Situated on the Dorset/Devon border. Within a very short distance you can take the children to a zoo, animal or a donkey sanctuary, on tram rides along the Axe estuary, down some caves, or into the sea on the safe, sandy beaches of Charmouth or Lyme Regis. They can enjoy local swimming pools, adventure play parks, fishing trips and, of course, the world famous swans at Abbotsbury. Mums and dads and everyone else can visit National Trust houses and gardens, Forde Abbey, a Cistercian monastery, castles and cathedrals, and ancient hill top forts. Dont forget Bridport has a thriving arts and antique centre, Lyme has a wonderful seaside theatre, and everywhere along our section of the coast is Jurassic which means fossils. Its also quite easy to get to Dartmoor for a day for something really different.

On site you can enjoy:

  • Two heated, shower blocks with very spacious showers, family rooms (baby changing, baby bath, child seat and plenty of space for parents to cope with young children)
  • Dedicated disabled facilities.
  • Individual washbasin cubicles
  • Dishwashing & laundry room with modern machines.
  • Site wide high speed FREE wifi.
  • Two dog walking areas which include one paddock where, if you are comfortable, you can let your pet off the lead.
  • Dedicated dog wash.
  • Easy to use and access motorhome disposal point
  • On site food trucks various nights serving fish and chips, wood fired pizzas, burgers, coffee and wraps etc
  • Summer flowering orchid meadow. Over 1000 tulip bulbs have been planted.
  • Electric bike hire - various detailed route suggestions maximising the wonderful West Country lanes and byways.
  • Dedicated walking routes from the park to Lyme Regis, Charmouth amongst 25 other suggestions to enjoy the many beautiful gems of West Dorset - just pop into reception.
  • Well stocked site shop with newspapers to order, wines and beers, ice creams, gifts, cards, childrens toys etc.
  • Two childrens' outdoor play areas and room to kick a football.
  • An gold standard park within the David Bellamy awards scheme for the natural environment.
Bus Service Nearby
Dog Friendly
Electrical Hook-ups
Motorhome Waste Empty Point
Rail Station Nearby
Storage Facilities
Takeaway on site

Trip Advisor Reviews

Nice stopover 28/10/2020

Stayed one night while on our way to Cornwall from Portsmouth in our Motorhome. We had a lovely welcome from the staff and that counts for a lot, particularly after a journey and arriving later...

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Impressed 07/09/2020

It was our first visit to the area and we loved both the site and the surrounding coast. The site is quite large but very well spaced into small enclaves with very large pitches. The facilities are...

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Think we were Overcharged 06/09/2020

Lovely site, we've stopped here many times over a number of years. Just looked at booking for this year which has raised concerns about how much we were charged for our trip last year. We were...

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